AYURVEDIC NUTRITIONAL FACTS
Ajwain (carom seeds) is an aromatic herb that is a part of Indian cooking for ages. It looks like cumin seeds (jeera) and has a strong flavor. This herb is a pungent and bitter taste and heating property. Due to this, it is suitable for digestive issues like constipation, bloating, gas, etc.
Ajwain belongs to the Apiaceae family, and its botanical name is Trachyspermum ammi. It is an annual herb with feather-like leaves, and its seeds are brown with an oval shape. In Ayurveda, Ajwain has been used in cooking and for medicinal purposes due to its therapeutic action.
Full Recipe in Details
Here I am sharing a common Indian breakfast recipe that includes ajwain and other healthy spices. Eating ajwain paratha on a rainy morning is a perfect breakfast to enjoy. Check out its easy recipe now!
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Ajwain (carom seeds) contains thymol, which helps treat digestive issues, prevent infections, clear congestion, and cure cough. So, regular use can help treat and prevent various ailments.
Ayurveda suggests eating as per your body type. Each food has a specific property based on which it nourishes our body. Eating according to our body type helps to maintain health and boost our immunity.
Ajwain paratha is more suitable for Vata & Kapha body type. But still, we can make some changes in the recipe to make it more suitable according to our body type.
Changes to make in this recipe according to your body type:
Vata – Put more ghee to your meal.
Pitta – Add fewer carom seeds.
Kapha – Use barley flour instead of whole wheat flour.
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