Cumin smells like human male underarm perspiration to me. Makes me wonder why.
Does that mean it has testosteronic properties?
Or did I make that connection between sweat and cumin by being around people from India who eat a lot of cumin? And the odor comes out their sweat glands.
I said a while back I was going to try a teaspoon a day of ground cumin for weight loss, but then forgot about it during the chaos of the COVID 19 pandemic. Now I’ve been reacquainted with it, this time for a bunch of symptoms related to long COVID mainly the severe fatigue associated from vasculitis caused by the supercharged fourth booster by Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals. I’m also in withdrawal from the steroids I was given to treat the vasculitis that most call COVID rash. Today is my first day taking it.
- 1 teaspoon ground cumin seed with 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper mixed in a very small bullet (metal ramekin).
While researching cumin I picked up some bits of interesting benefits:
A 2015 study found that cumin supplements had the same weight loss impact as a popular diet pill. In another study, female participants who desired to lose weight were given 3 grams (g) of cumin powder (just over a teaspoon) every day in addition to a healthy diet.
Packed with a bunch of minerals and vitamins such as riboflavin, vitamin B6, zeaxanthin, and niacin consuming cumin is beneficial for the brain to function properly. Cumin helps in promoting better mental health and sharpen the memory by nourishing the brain cells.
Cumin seed extracts are known for making the root of the hair strong and make the hair strong and healthy. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that improve the overall health of your hair.
Is cumin seed a stimulant?
Cumin seeds are used as popular aromatic herbs and cooking spices. All the cumin diversities are used in traditional and veterinary medicine as a stimulant, a carminative, an astringent and as therapy against indigestion, flatulence and diarrhea.
Is cumin good for high blood pressure?
Yes, Cumin helps reduce blood pressure. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. It reduces blood pressure by making nitric oxide more available in the blood. Nitric oxide relaxes narrowed blood vessels and lowers blood pressure.
Why cumin seeds are so addictive?
Narcotic effects: Cumin seed has opiate properties. They need to be consumed with precaution, as they can be addictive. Opposite reactions of cumin seeds are mental blurring, sleepiness, and nausea. Heavy menstrual cycle: cumin seeds may cause heavy bleeding during the menstrual cycle.
Is cumin a painkiller?
Cumin may also prevent cancer cells from multiplying and help reduce pain with its anti-inflammatory properties.
Is cumin a drug?
Cumin is an herb. The seeds of the plant are used to make medicine. People take cumin for digestion problems including diarrhea, colic, bowel spasms, and gas. Cumin is also used to increase urine flow to relieve bloating (as a diuretic); to start menstruation; and to increase sexual desire (as an aphrodisiac).
Is cumin a detox?
Extracts of cumin seeds are rich in polyphenols and numerous other compounds that prevent oxidative stress inside your body. These not only detoxify the body by eliminating toxins from your system but also boost your immunity.
Does cumin increase sperm count?
Cumin seeds or jeera plays an important role in the production of urine and sperms. The calcium, iron and zinc in it helps increase your sperm count. It also helps prevent conditions like ED (erectile dysfunction), PE (premature ejaculation) and low sperm count and also increases your virility.
Does cumin help your liver?
Cumin is beneficial for your liver health. It helps in the production of bile juice and other digestive enzymes. It is also helpful in liver detoxification. You can add cumin to different foods you prepare.