Asafoetida plant is also known as 'Food of the Gods', which belongs to the family of Apiaceae. It has originated from India, where is it extensively used in cooking as well as an herbal remedy. Asafoetida has a unique strong flavor that enhances the taste and aroma of dishes. Additionally, it contains many medicinal properties for the welfare of health. The plant's rhizomes are the main source for the extraction of its oleoresins. The extraction is done through the process of solvent extraction. The asafoetida oleoreins diffuses aroma that is similar to cooked onion or garlic.
|Product name||:||Asafoetida Oleoresins|
|Scientific Name||:||Ferula assa-foetida|
|OTHER NAME||:||Food of the Gods|
|Country of Origin||:||India|
|Colour||:||Characteristic aromatic order||ODOR||:||Cooked garlic and onion like odour|
|Extraction Method||:||Solvent Extraction|
|COMPONENTS||:||Resin, volatile oil, gum and ash|
|SOLUBILITY||:||It is soluble in oil and insoluble in water.|
Asafoetida is used as a flavoring agent and sprinkled on food to boost its flavor. Moreover, it is added to medicines for its innumerable therapeutic qualities. If you are suffering from toothaches, then applying this oleoresin can bring relief to the affected area.
This oleoresin is blessed with many therapeutic qualities that can help in curing colic flatulence and toothaches. Therefore it is one of the important ingredients in herbal medicine.
It can be blended with garlic, caraway, cardamom, onion, bay and basil.