Carom Scientific Name
Carom Other Names
Hindi: Ajwain, Jevain
French: Ajowan, Ajouan, Ammi
German: Ajowan, Adiowan
Thai: Phak Chi
Sanskrit: Yamini, Yaminiki, Yaviniki
What is Carom?
Common forms of Carom
Carom is commonly used for:
- Menstrual Difficulties
- Its Analgesic properties
- Treating Gastro-intestinal disorders
- Anti- tussive effect (suppresses cough)
- Anti-filarial activity (prevents worm and parasite infestation)
- For Bronchodilatory effects that helps in clearing air passages in lungs
- Anti- Hyperlipidemic effect that prevents lipid build up in arteries
Oil: 1 to 3 drops
Distilled: 5 to 10 drops
Carom Side-effects and Warnings
Not so common side-effects: Not known.
Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Over consumption might intesify heat in the body. Avoid excessive consumption and stick to food limits
Children: Not known.