Reduces Peptic Ulcers


    Acts as a Digestive Stimulant


    Relieves Abdominal Discomfort


    Reduces Digestive transit time

Introducing The Source

This sharp and pungent seeds is your go-to for acidity and indigestion. The flavour compound of ajwain is thymol, a compound found in thyme, yet it taste a bit different.

Did You Know?

Attention to all the dog lovers. Ajwain was traditionally used to treat indigestion and flatulence in dogs. A sprinkle of ajwain in their food and can do many good.

With the dynamic nature of science and nutrition, we keep ourselves up-to-date with research. You can read more about the specific vitamin and it's evidence-based roles in the body through the links below. Enjoy soaking up all the learning!

Reduces peptic ulcers Reserach-
Acts as a Digestive Stimulant Research-
Relieves Abdominal Discomfort Research-
Reduces Digestive transit time Research-