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Carom Seed in Telugu | Others Names and Uses

“Carom” యొక్క తెలుగు అర్థం, నిర్వచనం, మరియు వివరణ మీరు ఈ పోస్ట్ లో చూడవచ్చు. You can find Telugu word of Carom.

Carom Seed in Telugu

Carom seeds = Vamu (వాము)

Vamu (వాము) = carom is also known as ajowan or ajowan caraway, thymol seeds, bishop’s weed, or ajwain seeds is belong to the plant family Apiaceae.

Ajwain in Telugu
Carom Seed in Telugu

Scientific name: Trachyspermum ammi

Carom seed uses in Telugu

వివరణ: మానవులలో అజ్వైన్ కు వ్యాధి నివారణ లక్షణాలు ఉన్నాయని చాల స్టడీస్ చెపుతున్నాయి. అజ్వైన్ విత్తనాల తో చేయబడ్డ గుళికలు, ద్రవాలు లేదా పొడులను ఆహార పదార్ధంగా అమ్ముతారు. ఈ విత్తనాల యొక్క సారం సోరియాసిస్ చికిత్సకు, బొల్లి మరియు చర్మ రుగ్మతల నుండి ఉపశమనం పొందడానికి ఉపయోగిస్తారు. ఇది ఎఫెక్టివ్ కంపౌండ్స్ ని కలిగి ఉన్నందున, ఇది అనుభవజ్ఞులైన వైద్యులచే మాత్రమే ప్రజలకు సూచించబడుతుంది.

Carom  Seeds in Telugu
Carom Seeds Nutrients in Telugu

About Carom Seed in English

Ajwain generally grows in dry and barren environments.

It is native to Egypt but is widely grown in many parts of South and West Asia, including India, Pakistan, Iran, etc.

The regions of Gujarat and Rajasthan are well known for their cultivation of ajwain.

As a result of the hydrodistillation of ajwain fruits, an important essential oil can be obtained, consisting primarily of thymol, gamma-terpinene, etc.

The essential oils obtained from ajwain seeds, particularly thymol and carvacrol, exhibit antibacterial and antifungal properties.

These essential oils are also beneficial in combating bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli, which can cause food poisoning and other digestive problems.

Ajwain’s small, oval-shaped seed-like fruits are pale brown in color.

There is little evidence that ajwain’s anti-disease properties are found in humans.

Supplements such as Ajwain are sold in capsules, liquids, or powders.

Bishop’s weed is used in manufacturing the prescription drug called methoxsalen, which is available as glycerine cream or oral capsules for the treatment of skin disorders caused by cutaneous T-cell cancer.

Traditional medicine practices such as Ayurveda use Ajwain in herbal blends in general, believed to treat various disorders.

Ajwain’s oral use in herbal blends has not been approved by any government or is considered safe.

It is believed that the active enzymes found in ajwain improve the discharge of stomach acids, reducing indigestion, bloating, and gas.

Its potentially helpful properties include treating peptic ulcers and sores in the esophagus, stomach, and intestinal tract.

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