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http://boersenalltag.de/blog/post/ Cumin is one of the widely used spices in the world. It grows annually and has broad leaflets and a strong fragrance. Cumin has been cultivated since Biblical times and originates in Asia. It is now widely produced in Iran, India, China, Indonesia and South Mediterranean. Cumin seeds strongly resemble caraway seeds.
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Cumin is used as a spice and is popular in Asian dishes and methods of cooking. It is known to heat up dishes and in turn helps address gas and flatulence. It also helps promote digestion.
Cumin originated from Egypt. It has been used and cultivated since ancient times. It is an aromatic spice with a strong aroma. Its seeds are used for the spice.
No side effects have yet been reported for Cumin.
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WebMD, Cumin: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-635-CUMIN.aspx?activeIngredientId=635&activeIngredientName=CUMIN
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