Botanical Name: (Carum carvi)
Product Forms: Seeds - Ground (20-60 Mesh)
Capacity: 13 MT / 20 FCL & 26 MT / 40 FCL
Packages: Paper Bags
Weight: 25 KGs net PP.Bag
Product Name: Caraway seeds Season: Available all the year Harvest season: in June Origin: Egypt Specifications: Cultivation: Common Form: Raw, Whole, Powder Quantity: Minimum 12 Tons package material: paper bags, carton boxes, polypropylene bags, etc. package weight: 10 kg, 20 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg, etc. Shipping Terms: CIF - FOB Payment Terms : L/C , T/T , Advance + CAD
1 Origin - South Africa 2 Cultivation - Common 3 Quality - Color Sortex Cleaned 4 Type - Seeds 5 Color - Green and Brown 7 Moisture - 6-9 % Maximum 8 Purity - 99% 9 Admixture - 1% 10 Packing - 25KG in Polypropylene Bags 11 Shelf Life - 2 years 12 Container Capacity - 13-26MT/20-40 FCL 13 Advantages - FREE OF LIVE OR DEAD INSECTS. FREE OF SMELL BAD.
1.Product Name ; Caraway Seeds 2. Size: Depend on Customers Needs 3. Certification: ISO9001, ECOA 4.Moisture: 5% Max 5.Foreign Materials:No Foreign Materials or Ash 0% 6. Moisture : 5% - 10 %Max 7.Aroma: Pungent Sweet 8.Loading Period:15 days from from signing the contract 9.Loading Quantity:(12MT / 20'FCL) or (25MT / 40'FCL) 10.Shelf Life::3 years 11.Flavor:Characteristic flavor
1. Grade: TOP GRADE 2. Size: Depend on Customers Needs 3. Certification: ISO9001, ECOA 4.Place of Origin: Kenya 5.Foreign Materials:No Foreign Materials or Ash 0% 6. Moisture : 5% - 10 %Max 7.Aroma: Pungent Sweet 8.Loading Period:15 days from from signing the contract 9.Loading Quantity:(12MT / 20'FCL) or (25MT / 40'FCL) 10.Shelf Life::3 years 11.Flavor:Characteristic flavor
White caraway is sold as dry seeds, and they are elongated like light brown rice. It is effective in the same way as black caraway, and is commonly used as a cooking spice with its strong aroma and spicy effect. This spice has been used long in traditional medicine in several parts of the Asian continent.
Botanical Name - Centratherum Anthelminticum Category - Spices/Medicinal Form - Dry Part Used - Seeds General Information - "Kalijiri, Ban jira, Vanyajiraka, Somraji, Bitter cumin are few common names of the seeds of a plant, Centratherum anthelminticum. The word anthelminticum in scientific name, clearly suggests the medicinal usage of the plant, which is to treat parasites. Due to hot, sharp, bitter taste, and strong bad odour, Kalijiri is not used in preparation of food but mainly as medicine. In Ayurveda, they are especially used in the treatment of intestinal parasites, and diseases of the skin. They are also used in the treatment of fever, cough, and diarrhea. In India, the seeds of three plants are known as Kalajiri or Black cumin viz. Nigella sativa (Ranunculaceae), Bunium persicum (Umbelliferae), and Centratherum anthelminticum (Asteraceae). Also, there are two species of the plant which are known as Somraji, one is Psoralea corylifolia, and other is Centratherum anthelminticum. Both are used in the treatment of the skin diseases, and leukoderma. In Bengal, mainly Centratherum anthelminticum is referred as Somraji or Bakuchi / Babchi." Phytochemicals - "The major classes of chemical constituent present are glycosides, carbohydrates, phenolic compounds, and tannins, flavanoids, proteins, saponins, sterols, lipids, and fats. The seeds contain about 14.7% carbohydrates, 21.4% fat, 22.5% protein, 29.3% fiber, and 4.9% moisture. The seeds contain fatty acids viz. linoleic acid (50 %), palmitic acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, and oleic acid. The main active principle of seeds are Delta-7-avenasterol. They also contain demanolide lactone, vernasterol, Sterols, avenasterol, and vernosterol, a bitter principle, essential oil, resins, and fixed oil consisting of myristic, palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, and vernolic acids."
Botanical Name - Nigella Sativa Category - Spices/Medicinal Form - Dry Part Used - Seeds General Information - Seeds of Nigella sativa (black cumin), a dicotyledonof the Ranunculaceae family, have been used for thousandsof years as a spice and food preservative. Black cumin is anannual herbaceous plant widely grown in the Mediterraneancountries, Middle East, Eastern Europe and Western Asia.The seeds have been added as a spice to a variety of Persianfoods such as bread, yogurt, pickles, sauces and salads. In the Middle East, NorthernAfrica and India, it has been used traditionally for centuriesfor the treatment of asthma, cough, bronchitis, headache,rheumatism, fever, influenza and eczema and for itsantihistaminic, antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory activities. Phytochemicals - The oil and the seed constituents, in particular thymoquinone (TQ), have shown potential medicinalproperties; they exhibit potent anti-inflammatory effectson several inflammation-based models including experi-mental encephalomyelitis, colitis, peritonitis, oedama,and arthritis through suppression of the inflammatory mediators prostaglandins and leukotriens. The oil and active ingredient of TQ showed beneficial immunomodulatory properties, augmenting the T cell andnatural killer cell-mediated immune responses. Most importantly, both the oil and its active ingredients expressed anti-microbial and anti-tumor properties toward different microbes and cancers. Coupling these beneficialeffects with its use in folk medicine, Nigella sativa seed isa promising source for active ingredients that would bewith potential therapeutic modalities in different clinicalsettings. More than 150 studies have been conducted andconfirmed the pharmacological effectiveness of igellasativa seed constituents. Though, Nigella sativa seed is acomplex substance of more than 100 compounds, some ofwhich have not yet been identified or studied.