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Ajwain Oil - Ajwain Oil Uses and Benefits - Ajwain Oil Wholesale - Ajwain oil price - theyoungchemis

₹250,00 (INR)
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Published By The Young Chemist
  •  LocationAhmedabad, Gujarat, India - 382213
  •  StatusIn stock
  •  TypeNew

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Young Chemist’s Ajwain essential oil is extracted from the Ajwain seeds in the purest form through the steam distillation process. Ajwain Essential Oil is one of the most common ingredients of Indian cuisine. It is more often used as a spice in many cuisines in India and is commonly known as bishop’s weed, ajowan caraway, ajowan, or carom seed. This herb belongs to the Apiaceae group of plants and is native to Egypt, whereas it is widely used in Southeastern countries like India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Nepal, etc.

Blends well with:
Thyme oil, Sage oil, Lemon oil, Orange oil and Bergamot oil

Benefits:

Ajwain oil aids in digestion and can be used to kill parasites in your intestines. It contains properties like nematicidal and anthelmintics. It also prohibits the growth of harmful parasites and bacteria in your stomach.
It is considered the best pain reliever; it is usually used to treat pains like an earache, muscle and joint pain, etc.
It can treat cholera and diarrhea, due to its amazing properties this Ajwain essential oil is extensively used for treating numerous intestine and stomach issues and is used to treat cholera, vomiting, diarrhea in children.
It has anti-inflammatory effects, like Short-term inflammation can be good for your body as it is considered a natural way of protecting against illness or injuries.
It is beneficial in breathing issues as it calms air passage and allows more oxygen into the lungs.
On the contrary, chronic inflammation can have adverse impacts on your body and may increase your risk of diseases.
Carom seeds are known to have anti-inflammatory effects and may reduce inflammation in your body.

How to use:

Combine Gargle with 1 drop of Ajwain oil in a cup of warm water to alleviate toothache, sore throat, and pharyngitis.
Ajwain oil is a great circulatory system stimulant, and massaging with it will help with fever, headaches, and migraines. And for that add 2 drops Ajwain oil, 1 drop clove oil, 1 drop thyme oil, and 2 ml sweet almond oil Massage the forehead, chest, stomach, and back gently to relieve a runny nose, fever, watery eyes, chest pain, and breathing difficulties.
To get rid of pimples, wrinkles, and even ringworm, dilute Ajwain oil with carrier oil and add it to the infected areas.
Combine 2 drops Ajwain oil, 1 drop black cumin seed oil, and 1.5 mL coconut oil in a small mixing bowl.

Cautions:

You should not use Ajwain oil, if you are on dieting, as it increases appetite. Do consult a doctor before using the oil if you're pregnant or breastfeeding.
Besides, some reports of nausea say that after consuming high amounts of Ajwain nausea has increased. For this, the seeds should be eaten in small amounts.
Besides, some individuals experience irritation when applying essential oils to the skin. You should do a skin patch test before using any new essential oil.
Pregnant women and children should consult doctor before using essential oils.

Available Size:

100 G (Steam Distilled)
250 G (Steam Distilled)
1 KG (Steam Distilled)
5 KG (Steam Distilled)
10 KG (Steam Distilled)

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