Cumin is a flowering plant that belongs to the family of Apiaceae. It bears pink and white flowers that grow in a cluster. The seeds of cumin are used mainly for cooking in many cuisines such as Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and other. Not only that, cumin also comprises of medicinal properties that are very effective especially for digestive and stomach related problems. When the cumin seeds are added to the food, it enhances the flavour and aroma. The cumin oleoresin is obtained by the solvent extraction of the dried cumin seeds. The extracted resultant has a mild spicy green odour but not too strong and is dark brown in colour.
|Product name||:||Cumin Oleoresins|
|Scientific Name||:||Cuminum Cyminum|
|Country of Origin||:||India|
|Colour||:||Dark brown coloured||ODOR||:||Green and Spicy Essence|
|Extraction Method||:||Solvent Extraction|
|SOLUBILITY||:||It can easily dissolve in water but it is insoluble in oil.|
From a very long time, cumin seeds are being used in cooking as well as remedy for various health related problems. The cumin seeds are roasted and added in the Indian cuisine which gives the food a spicy and smoky like essence. It is also being used in other cuisines such as Portuguese and Spanish. It is added to some Indian beverages and some medicines for its instant remedy for good digestion.
Cumin oleoresins comprises of a large number of curative properties. It can be used as an anti-septic, anti-bacterial, depurative, digestive, carminative, diuretic, stimulant, nervine and also as a tonic. It is proven to be very effective when struggling from indigestion, bloating and colic problems. The cumin oleoresins can also provide relief to those who suffer from headaches, nervous exhaustion and migraine.