Ajwain water for hypertension: According to experts, consuming Ajwain water on an empty stomach may do wonders for blood pressure.
Ajwain Benefits: Ajwain has been a part of traditional medicine since eons. Besides adding aroma and flavours to the dishes, ajwain helps improve digestion.
Ajwain leaves can be used to make pakoras, chutney and can even be used in a magical home remedy for cold and cough. Read on to know more about how to use these flavourful leaves.
Ajwain Kali Mirch Kadha is made with common ingredients known for their medicinal and healing properties. Take a look.
Ajwain Chakli is a must-try recipe for those who love munching on all things crunchy, crumbly and melt-in-the-mouth!
Consuming ajwain infused water daily can be a more potent way of targeting a health issue.
Suffering from cold this season? Try this spicy and flavourful desi concoction that may help boost immunity and keep you warm from within.
Tulsi ajwain tikka recipe: This fish tikka is very easy to make and tastes simply superb. Fish is smeared with a creamy mixture of curd and cream, flavoured with a range of spices and basil ...
Detox Tea: Make your weight-loss-friendly, detox tea with ajwain (carom seeds) and jeera (cumin seeds) to attain a healthy and fit body. Both these spices belch out all their properties in this tea, letting us ...
Post Diwali Detox: The drink is made of tulsi (Holy basil) and ajwain (carom seeds) - both of which have extensive usage in traditional medical practice since ages.