sacra Sheehaz (Burseraceae) mogar Mountain/felty Kalpooreh, Teucrium mascatense germander qasba (Lamiaceae) or Cat thyme Bitter apple Sharinjiban, Solatium incanum mazi (Solanaceae) St Joseph's wort, Theemran Ocimum basilicum sweet basil zawab (Tamiaceae) Jacobeastrum Kabouv Euryops arabicus arabicum (Compositae) Cumin Kimoon or Cuminum cyminum
Sanoot (Umbelliferae) Papaya fruits Pawpaw or Carica papaya fifay (Caricaceae) Walnuts Joz or nakash Juglans cinerea (Juglandaceae) Rhazya Harmal Rhazya stricta (Apocynaceae) Miracle tree Shu Moringa peregrina (Moringaceae) Aloe plant Isqafsabbar Aloe barbedensis A.
Anticonvulsant effect of the fruit essential oil of Cuminum cyminum
This article contained a disclosure of certain active substances isolated from the seeds of Cuminum Cyminum
such as Tannins and Saponins and volatile oils, and the percentage in the form was ((22.
The polyherbal supplement contained; Asparagous racemosous (Shatavari), Leptadenia reticulata (Jivanti), Nigella sative (Kolonji), Cuminum cyminum
(Jeera) and Pueraria Tuberosa (Vidarikand).
The seed of Cuminum cyminum
, CUMIN was an important commodity to the Egyptians, as it has been to every subsequent civilisation.
Similarly, the AgNPs alleviated the inhibitory effects of salt stress and improved the germination percentage, germination speed, vigor of stems, fresh weight and root length of cuminum cyminum
Other crude herbs employed within the soup included aromatic digestives and carminatives in the form of Coriandrum sativum (coriander, fresh chopped leaf & grated roots x 1 bunch and dried powder x 2 tablespoons), Cuminum cyminum
(cumin, powdered seeds x 1 tablespoon), Illicium verum (star anise, whole fruit x 3), Foeniculum vulgare (fennel, crushed seeds x 1 tablespoon), Ellettaria cardamomum (true cardamom, whole pods x 5) and a small amount of Piper nigrum (black pepper, ground fruit x 1/2 teaspoon).
piperita, Verbena officinalis, Pelargonium capitatum, Rosa centifolia, Potentilla anserina, Cuminum cyminum
, Foeniculum vulgare, Pimpinella anisum, Santolina rosmarinifolia and Carum carvi.
3) reported the antibacterial activity of different spices including Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Syzygium aromaticum and Cuminum cyminum
, in terms of the zone diameter of inhibition (ZDI), against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus.
As she narrates, she has treated most of her clients using a suppository which she prepares at home from the following components: Nigella sativa, Cuminum cyminum
, Sesamum indicum, Cicer arietinum, Ervum lens, honey, Myristica fragrans with Nerium oleander, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Cherry prunus, and a piece of unwashed wool (Figures 1, 2, and 3).
Another instance where a combination of two plant parts was used was the use of Moringa oleifera bark along with seeds of Cuminum cyminum
for treatment of breaking of water and diabetes (Serial Number 19).
The seeds of cultivated Cuminum cyminum
were purchased from Omdurman local market (Khartoum State, Central Sudan) in April 2008.
The selected medicinal plants Vitex negundo (leaves), Argemone maxicana (roots), Moringa oleifera (bark), Solanum virgirnianum fruit) and Datura metel (roots) were collected in the month of November 2006 from a field near Nanded City (MS), while the Cuminum cyminum
(seeds) and Zingiber officinale (rhizome) were purchased from the local market at Nanded city (MS).
Out of five essential oils, Carum copticum was found to be the most effective followed by Zingiber officinale and Cuminum cyminum
Effect of salicylic acid and methyl jasmonate on growth and secondary metabolites in Cuminum cyminum