Benefits of Jeera for Today Tips- SBUYER
Benefits of Jeera /சீரகம் பற்றிய நன்மைகள் — For today tips.
BENEFITS OF JEERA:
- Cumin is one such spice that forms an integral part of various dishes in the Indian cuisine.
- Indians added this spice to their dish, not only for its wonderful flavor and aroma, but also for the number of health benefits it has.
- Due to its high fiber content, Jeera boosts the activity of the gastrointestinal tract which in turn stimulates enzyme secretion.
- This is why Jeera powder is commonly used as a natural laxative. It is capable of preventing and healing severe digestive disorders like piles.
- Add a teaspoon of cumin seeds to a glass of water and bring it to a boil. Once the water turns brown, turn off the gas and cover the vessel. Drink this tea three times a day to improve digestion and to help resolve minor stomach aches
- jeera can help in the fight against cancer. This is because it contains an active compound, known as cumin aldehyde that helps in retarding the growth of tumors. However, this anti-cancer property was confined to kala jeera.
- Jeera helps maintain your blood pressure and heart rate. Because of its regulatory properties, jeera helps patients who have heart disease and helps prevent it as well.
- Jeera relief from a cold, boil some jeera seeds (about one tablespoon) in two cups of water and add a small piece of crushed ginger to the water. Once it starts to boil, strain it and sip on this tea as often as possible.
- You could just include it in your everyday meals like in chapatti, rice, curries, etc.
- Cumin seeds are generally available in three colors amber, white and black. The amber seeds are the most common. The black ones have a complex flavor and cannot be substituted for the other two.
- Cumin seeds are very rich in iron, This iron content helps to treat anemia, makes blood rich in hemoglobin content and also helps in acting as a carrier of oxygen to the cells in the body
- Cumin is healthy for women of all age groups and is known to influence a healthy menstrual cycle
- Jeera rice is a common dish in India. It is a tasty combination that can be used to flavor vegetables, chicken and fish dishes.
- A warming and soothing cumin tea can be prepared by boiling cumin seeds in water and allowing it to steep for 8 to 10 minutes.
Roasted cumin seeds along with ground black pepper are used in flavoring rasam. They are toasted with coriander to provide a distinct aroma and are widely used in South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisines.