From our list of ailments, see what Caraway Seed can be used for:
- Gas Flatulence
Natural Remedies using Caraway Seed
Black caraway seeds are harvested from plants that are native to Asia. They have a taste that resembles pepper and onions, and they are popular in the cuisine of India and the Middle East.
During the attack, mustard oil mixed with little camphor should be massaged over the back of the chest. This will loosen up phelgm and ease breathing. The patient should also inhale steam from the boiling water with caraway seeds, known as ajwain in the vernacular. It will dilate the bronchial passage.
Constipation, Gas Flatulence, Nausea, Vomiting
The Benefit of using Caraway Seed as a natural cure
Caraway seeds are used in a wide variety of dishes throughout the world, from rice dishes in India to cakes in England. They are used to make liqueurs and are even chewed to freshen the breath.
Black caraway seeds are often blended with other spices and used to flavor curries, but they are also used in the familiar naan bread and may even be used as a substitute for pepper if the need arises.
Bloating is a subjective feeling of fullness in your abdomen not necessarily related to the actual expansion of your waistline or the amount of gas produced. It usually indicates poor digestive function and a shortage of friendly bacteria in your bowels. Sometimes people suffer from sensitivities to common foods such as wheat, yeast or cows milk, and you can try removing such products from your diet for a while. Modern bread seems to cause bloating in a lot of people: try yeast-free breads, based on sourdough. Some foods, such as cabbage, beans and lentils, are hard to digest for almost everybody it is a good idea to add caraway seeds to these while cooking to aid the digestion. If you suffer from IBS, bloating will be one of the symptoms, and you will find that the herbs recommended below offer relief. However, as IBS is a complex condition you will get much better overall results from treatment designed specifically for your particular symptoms.
Caraway seeds are not really seeds at all, but the dried fruits of a plant that is found in north Africa, Europe and Asia. Caraway seeds have a flavor that is similar to that of anise and are perhaps most familiar as the ingredient that gives rye bread its distinctive taste.