Q. What are Ajmoda Seeds called in English?

Ajmoda seeds are known as celery seeds in English.

Q. Are Ajmoda seeds same as Ajwain?

No. Though both of it has almost same appearence, both Ajmoda and Ajwain seeds are different. Ajmoda seeds has stronger flavor than Ajwain Seeds

Q. Are Ajmoda Seeds and Radhuni the same?

No, Both are different. They are often confused as same, but they taste different. Ajmoda seeds does not have slight lemon flavour touch that Radhuni has.

Q. What are the main benefits of Ajmoda Seeds?

  1. It has lots of antioxidants, and helps in detoxification of body.

  2. It stimulates the digestion.

  3. It adds flavour to your curries and recipes.

  4. Ajmoda seeds are full of nutrients. One small spoonful of seeds have 25-30 calories, 2 grams of carbohydrates, fiber, fat, protein in it, apart from a good amlount of Iron , magnesium, calcium and zinc. Ajmoda seeds are powerhouse of nutrients.

  5. It promotes Red blood cell formation.

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Ajmoda – Apium Graveolens – Wild Celery Seeds - Tukham Karfas