Cumin Seeds

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Cumin seeds may not seem like they pack much of a punch, but they contain high levels of organic acids like palmitic, linoleic, myristic, oleic and stearic acids, as well as B vitamins, protein, calcium, iron, and phosphorous. This powerful blend of nutrients can help to optimize many of our organ systems and reduce inflammation throughout the body. Black cumin seeds, in particular, are great for treating hemorrhoids, and the common remedy consists of mixing crushed cumin seeds with cane sugar and then flushing the body with 3-4 glasses of water.

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