Ajowan (Ptychotis ajowan) is a common herb in India. Ptychotis ajowan is part of the lace-cap family. That means that Ajowan / Ajwain is related to caraway and cumin. The oval-shaped seeds have a strong aroma. In the kitchen, the seeds are therefore used in moderation in dishes. Ajowan is a warming herb. Ajwain has a Pitta-enhancing effect on the dosha's (constitution) of a person. In addition, it has a lowering effect on Vata and Kapha. It removes ama and strengthens Prana (life energy).
Package contains 60 vegetarian capsules.
Usage (adults): 2 times a day 1 capsule, with water, or as prescribed by specialist.
Ingredients: see label.
Also known as: ajowan, ajowan karwij, koningskomijn, ajwain, ajwain caraway, carambole, bishop’s weed (foutief), carom seeds, ajwain, owa, vaamu, oma, omam, ajwana, ajmo, jowan, asamodagam (India), Trachyspermum ammi (L).
Contact your specialist in advance before using herbs, supplements or oil on children, during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Store in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight and out of reach of children. Do not refrigerate.
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