Pinch OF Cumin
Cumin is the seed of a plant from the Parsley family which has historic origin dating back to the era of Egyptian Pharaohs nearly 5000 years ago. Cumin is highly acknowledged as a spice that is essential in Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican dishes. It adds flavor and taste, is relished by taste buds. It is a rich source of iron, manganese, vitamins and minerals and is widely known for its medicinal properties. Usage of this aromatic spice in your diet regularly will help you release toxin from your body, which helps in digestion and boost your metabolism, hence protecting your skin from pimples, rashes and boils. Its high content of vitamin E and antifungal property slows aging of skin. It can even cure itchiness and burning sensation of skin. Cumin if applied on hair along with olive oil can prevent dandruff and hair fall while regaining hair growth and making your already existing hair long and shiny. Regular intake of cumin in food can lower blood sugar levels which is good for diabetic people. Its rich iron source prevents anemia. You can depend on cumin for common cold and respiratory problems. Above all, cumin’s anti oxidant property boosts immunity and empowers you to fight diseases.