Thursday, 3 December 2015

Indian Cumin Seeds Exporters Calling Their Cumin Seeds A Powerful Memory Booster

Cumin seeds have a medicinal background and are being used to treat several ailments like diarrhea, respiratory issues, gynecological disorders and flatulence. But recently, experts have discovered another good side of cumin seeds. These small sized seeds have ability to enhance memory and relieve stress. Every moment when you season your meals with herbs and spices, you upgrade the nutrition value of the food without making it caloric. Cumin is a common household spice that has splendid health benefits.

It enhances memory

Cumin has anti-stress properties that help in remembering the things. This anti-stress, antibiotic, and memory booster is traditionally used as a culinary spice in foods since ages and is a successful herb curing stress and related disorders.

Black cumin is truly beneficial for asthmatic and diabetic patients. These seeds enhance glycemic control in type 2 diabetes patients. It has ability to enhance insulin sensitivity.

Cumin seeds cure asthma. The essential oil presents in cumin seeds is used to treat respiratory diseases, like asthma. The thymoquinone is an active ingredient present in cumin seeds that helps in treating respiratory disorders. It is also helpful in blocking allergic reactions.

Cumin also possesses iron and we all know that iron is an integral part of hemoglobin which is responsible for transporting oxygen from lungs to all body cells and to boost immunity strength. Apart from this, cumin also promotes good digestive system. As per the scientific research, it has found that cumin stimulates the secretion of pancreatic enzymes that are important for proper digestion and nutrient assimilation.

Cumin seeds also have anti-carcinogenic properties. Cumin has cancer-protective effect that enhances the liver’s detoxification enzymes.

How to buy cumin seeds?

While most exporters sell maximum varieties of cumin, you should remember to buy whole cumin seeds rather than cumin powder as powder loses its flavor more quickly. You can source these seeds from Indian cumin seeds exporters that are supplying their products across the globe at decent prices. Make sure the seeds are organically grown and kept in dry place. If you do not put the seeds in closed tight jar, moisture will ruin the quality of seeds and all essential oils will get evaporated. Lightly roast these seeds before using them to dishes.

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Monday, 26 October 2015

How Methi Or Fenugreek Seeds Boost Hair Growth And Enhance Skin Texture?

Never underestimate the power of spices you are having in your home kitchen. Whether it is your skin problem or hairfall issues, your kitchen has everything to treat them all. Don’t waste your money on expensive cosmetics and beauty treatments. Indian curry Fenugreek seeds are one of the ingredients that help you in boosting hair growth, making skin soft, and enhancing immunity. These seeds have strong flavor and bitter taste. Not only seeds, fenugreek leaves are also used in preparation of culinary dishes. These foods help in curing various health issues related to hair, skin, and immunity.

Methi dana or fenugreek seeds are rich in medicinal properties and include vitamin C, protien, iron, fiber, potassium, L-tryptophan, lysine, and alkaloids. The diosgenin compound present in fenugreek has properties similar to oestrogen. Steroidal saponins are also present in these seeds that cure several health problems in human body.

You can have your fenugreek seed treatment at home in most inexpensive way. Methi seeds are easily bought from grocery outlet. Major benefits of using fenugreek seeds for skin are as follows-

  • Treat Skin Inflammation
Fenugreek is super beauty product to treat boils, eczema, abscesses, burns, muscle pain, and gout. It also treats inflammatory pain and swelling when you use it as a poultice.
How to make a poultice of fenugreek seeds?
  1. Grind 1 tabelspoon of fenugreek seeds and make powder
  2. Use warm water for mixing
  3. Damp a clean cloth in this mixture
  4. Apply it on the affected areas
  • Treat Blackheads and Wrinkles
Say goodbye to wrinkles and blackheads. All you need is just to add a spoon of honey to the fenugreek seed powder and apply it on the skin. It will remove all toxins and tone the outer layer of skin. It is a perfect anti-aging mask that you can prepare at home without investing much.

  • Treat Hair Loss and Growth, Dandruff  
Methi dana is also effective in treating hair loss. The herb has proteins and nicotinic acid that strengthen the hair and treat follicular problems. It conditions hair and makes them smoother and dandruff free. Fenugreek seeds are proven the solution to reverse baldness.

Many scientists have confirmed that fenugreek contains a large amount of lecithin which is a naturally moisturizes your hair and retain its natural colour. it also gives power to hair and makes them healthy and strong.

Fenugreek seed also helps to treat your sensitive scalp related problem because it's improving blood supply in the body. Therefore, Fenugreek improving the circulation of blood and supply important nutrient to the scalp. It also eliminates free radicals from the body and protects kidney.

Here are Some Tips Which Help You to Make Homemade Hair Treatment Recipes

1) For Strengthening and Reversing Damage Hair

Soak a four teaspoon fenugreek seeds (methi daana) with water in the bowl overnight. In the morning, prepare a fenugreek paste with mix coconut oil and massage on your scalp and hair then cover your hair with shower cap and wait for 30 minutes. Now time is over and wash your hair with shampoo and get your hair feels nourished because hair mask is effective in treating hair fall.  

2) For Treating Hair Loss and Growth

Take two tablespoons of fenugreek seeds powder and one tablespoon castor oil then make a smooth paste. apply this paste on your hair and scalp, Keep this paste minimum 30 minutes then wash. This is a quick hair treatment recipe which prevents hair loss and increases hair growth.

3) For Treating Dandruff

Dandruff is one kind of fungal infection. Fungreek seed removes dandruff on your hair and scalp. Take fenugreek powder and mix with yogurt then apply on your hair and scalp. after 30 minutes wash your hair and scalp with mild shampoo. After dry hair and say good by to your dandruff.

These small golden seeds are very useful for treating various issues in human body. These discussed benefits are not the only things offered by fenugreek seeds. Use them and get a healthy, disease free life.

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For healthy life, we try every supplement and expensive things, but we should know that getting fit and healthy life is easy if we start eating what is already available in our kitchen. Methi dana or fenugreek seed is one of such items that you usually see on the shelf, but never think about eating or including the ingredient to the dish.

Friday, 25 September 2015

Why To Count On The Range Of Spices Offered By Indian Exporters?

May be in foreign, but you cannot expect people to eat lesser or non spicy food in India. It is just next to impossible as you cannot find a single home that is not using any spice in food. Indian spices food exporters in India bring a complete range of spices for people who love eating delicious foods without compromising with their health. Let’s learn the significance of every staple spice used in Indian kitchens.

1. Mustard seeds

Mustard seeds or raai is a rich source of minerals, vitamins and anti-oxidants. These seeds are mostly used in preparation of South Indian dishes, like upma, sambhar, rava idli, etc. Mustard seeds also contain good amount of Omega fatty acids.

2. Asafoetida

Heeng, stinking gum, and even devil’s dung are the names through which people call asafetida. This is pungent spice and one of the gems you can find in Indian kitchens. Heeng is been used for cooking or medicinal purposes since long time. It aids in stomach issues and treats gas problem. Just use it in very small quantity as its flavor is stronger and tempering.

3. Cinnamomum tamala

Indian bay leaf or tej patta is used to add flavor to curries or rice. Cooks need to heat the leaves in oil and use them when they turn brown.

4. Carom seeds

Carom seeds or ajwain are also having pungent flavor. These small grayish colored seeds have a sharp and slightly bitter taste. Indians rarely use carom seeds raw. They first roast it lightly in hot oil and then season the dish. Besides using them for preparing curries, carom seeds flavor works well with breads and parantha (grilled fried flatbreads). It is an antiseptic spice and is also used to aid in digestion.

5. Cloves

Cloves are fully grown, unopened dried up flower buds used for medicinal and curry preparation. Clove is vastly used by Indians in cooking. Its strong and warm flavor helps in making the dish little spicy. It is also used for preparing garam masala.

6. Fennel seeds

Indians call fennel seeds by other name- saunf. It looks like cumin seeds, but having very different taste. When you look them closely, you will find that fennel seeds are greener and wider as compared to cumin seeds. Saunf is also roasted and used as a mouth freshener. It also possesses digestive qualities.

There are a lot more spices you can source from Indian spices exporters, like coriander seeds, fenugreek seeds, cardamom, nutmeg, etc. at competitive rates.

Read More About Indian Sesame Seeds

The life is expensive and most working people agree to this fact. In this busy life, they hardly get time to exercise and thus, in a desire of getting healthy body and mind, they seek for healthy food options. Sesame seeds have potential to enhance immunity and maintain oral health. There are several benefits offered by sesame seed oil.

Friday, 17 July 2015

Do you know what best practices farmers make to grow turmeric for Indian exporters?

Farmers are using best techniques to grow good quality turmeric for exporting companies. Indian turmeric exporters have asked farmers to follow good agricultural practices, so that their export business can reach major portion of the world. They shared lots of tips to avail premium quality turmeric for supply. What tips did they share with farmers? What practices are they making to grow better quality turmeric? Let’s find out.