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Origin:Gujarat – India
Harvesting Season:March, April
Type:Machine Clean & Sortex Clean
Quality: Singapore & Europe 
Purity : 98% , 99% , 99.50% , 99.80%
Flavour : Aromatic With A Penetrating Flavour
GMO Status:  Not Genetically Modified.
Packaging: 10 Kg, 15 Kg, 25 Kg & 50 LBS Paper/Poly/Jute Bags.
Labelling: As Per Buyer’s Requirement.
Specification: Detail Specification Will Be Provided Upon Request.
Microbiological Parameters: As Per Requirement & Importing Country Norms.
M O Q:13 MT


We Are Working On The Objective To Deliver High-Quality Cumin Seeds To Our Clients’ At Most Favourable Prices. We Never Do Compromise On Quality Standards, That Makes Us Leading Cumin Seeds Exporters

Cumin Is The Dried Seed Of The Herb Cuminum Cyminum, A Member Of The Parsley Family. Cumin Seeds Are Used As A Spice For Their Distinctive Flavour And Aroma And Are Also Well Known For Its Medicinal Properties In India And Many Other Asian Countries. It Is Globally Popular And An Essential Flavouring Used In Many Cuisines, Particularly South Asian, Northern African And Latin American Cuisines. Cumin Seeds Are Also A Rich Source Of Iron, A Vital Nutrient That Helps In Keeping The Immune System Healthy And Strong.

In Regions Where Highly Spiced Foods Are Preferred, Cumin Seeds Is A Favourite. In Fact, The World Over It Comes Second Only To Black Pepper As The Most Popular Spice.

Cumin Seeds Has A Distinctive Flavour & Strong, Warm Aroma Is Due To Its Essential Oil Content. It Is A Necessary Ingredient Of All Mixed Spices And Curry Powders. It Is Also Used In Some Dutch Cheeses And In Traditional French Bread.

In Terms Of Medicinal Value, Cumin Is Stomachic, Diuretic, Carminative, Stimulant, Astringent, And Antispasmodic. It Has Been Used To Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Diarrhoea, Indigestion, And Morning Sickness.

A Small, Slender And Smooth Herbaceous Annual Belonging To The Parsley Family, Cumin Is Grown In Well-Drained Sandy Loam And Medium Soil. Seeds Are Normally Ready Four Months After Planting. Weeding Is Done By Hand At Least Three To Four Times During The Crop’s Life.

Harvesting Is Done When The Plant Turns Yellowish Brown. Harvesting Happens Early In The Morning. The Cut Crop Is Dried And Threshed. Winnowing Separates The Seeds Before Manual Or Mechanical Cleaning And Packing.

Cumin Is Used World Wide In Food, Beverages, Liquors, Medicine, Toiletries And Perfumery. It Is Also Used To Correct Broken, Dilated, Split Capillaries. Cumin Is A Stimulant, Carminative, And Astringent And Useful In Diarrhoea And Dyspepsia.

Home Remedies:
  • Cumin Seeds Are Used As A Spice In Cooking.
  • It Helps To Cure Flatulence And Colic Pain. Can Be Consumed By Children And By Adults After Heavy Meals To Prevent Intestinal Colic.
  • In 1 Litre Water Add 1-Teaspoon Cumin Seeds And Boil It. This Water Has To Be Consumed The Same Day It Should Not Be Used The Next Day.
  • Cumin Is Of Benefit To The Heart And Uterus And Is Given To Women After Childbirth To Increase Breast Milk.
  •  Cumin Seeds Contain Good Amounts Of Protein, Fat, Carbohydrates, Fibre, Calcium, Iron And Phosphorous.
  •  Externally It Can Be Used In Liniments For Stimulating Circulation And Bringing Warmth To The Area.
Health Benefits:

They Are Filled With Antioxidants Which Improves The Health Of Your Cells. It Has Anticancer Properties. It Is A Remedy For Diarrhea. Has Anti-Inflammatory Effects And Is Also A Memory Booster. Cumin Is Also Used As A Diuretic To Increase Urine Flow To Relieve Bloating.

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