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Importance of Cuminum cyminum L. and Carum carvi L. in traditional medicaments – a review

  title={Importance of Cuminum cyminum L. and Carum carvi L. in traditional medicaments – a review},
  • Deepak
  • Published 1 April 2013
  • Chemistry
A number of Indian spices are used as rejuvenators as well as for treating various disease conditions. They may be tonics, antipyretics, aphrodisiacs, expectorants, hepatoprotectives, antirheumatics, diuretics, etc. Cuminum cyminum and Carum carvi are the sources of cumin and caraway seeds respectively, which have been used since antiquity for the treatment of various indications in traditional healing systems in wide geographical areas. Cumin and caraway seeds are rich sources of essential… 

Chemical Characterization of Cumin Seed Oil (Cuminum Cyminum) by Gcms and its Comparative Study

  • S. GotmareE. Tambe
  • Biology
    International Journal of Scientific Research in Biological Sciences
  • 2018
A comparative study from the data of chemical composition of cumin seeds from different countries showed variation in the chemical components depending upon the geography, environment, climate, harvesting stage, etc.

Biochemical Composition of Cumin Seeds , and

  • 2020
A new biorefinery approach has been developed in the present study, and applied on cumin (Cuminum cyminum) seeds as a potential source of phytochemicals of interest. Cumin is a popular spice

Potential herb-drug interaction of a flavone glycoside from Cuminum cyminum : Possible pathway for bioenhancement of rifampicin

Mechanistic studies showed that CC-I have action on efflux transporters based on rhodamine transport and P-glycoprotein dependent ATPase assay but no alteration of in vitro transcellular diffusion and plasma protein binding of rifampicin.

Chemical and Microbiological Characterization of Egyptian Cultivars for Some Spices and Herbs Commonly Exported Abroad

The present study highlighted some chemical, nutritional, microbiological and essential oil characteristics of the Egyptian traditional cultivars for seeds of cumin (Cuminum cyminum) and coriander

Phytochemical constituents of selected plants from Apiaceae family and their biological effects in poultry

Present literature data on the usage of caraway, anise, coriander and fennel in broiler chickens and Japanese quail nutrition and their mode of action and effects on production performance, blood parameters, cholesterol and fatty acids profile are reviewed.

Assessment of two herbal galactagogue products and a new suggested formula

Two galactagogue herbal pharmaceutical products were evaluated for their quality, purity, safety and efficacy. Product (I) contains foenugreek, caraway and fennel oils, while product (II) contains

Antibacterial Effects of Cuminum cyminum Extract Against Enterococcus Faecalis Biofilms From Clinical Isolates

Objective: To compare the antibacterial efficacy of Cuminum cyminum (cumin) extract and 2% chlorhexidine.  Material and Methods: E. faecalis was isolated from non-vital teeth with chronic apical


The present study was investigated the effect of adding different levels of Carum carvi L. seed powder to diet in some physiological characteristics of Japanese quail birds. One hindered and eight

Yield, Composition, and Antioxidant Capacity of Ground Cumin Seed Oil Fractions Obtained at Different Time Points during the Hydrodistillation

Cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.) is an important essential oil (EO), medicinal, and spice plant from family Apiaceae. Cumin seed EO has wide applications in the food, liquor, pharmaceutical, and



Antitussive effect of Cuminum cyminum Linn. in guinea pigs

Several therapeutic effects including the effect on asthma and dyspnoea have been described for the seeds of cumin, Cuminum cyminum Linn. In the present study the antitussive effect of this plant was

Antifungal activity of essential oil from fruits of Indian Cuminum cyminum

Antifungal testing showed that Cuminum cyminum is active in general on all fungi but in particular on the dermatophytes, where Trichophyton rubrum was the most inhibited fungus also at the lowest dose of 5 µL.

Effect of Carum carvi and Curcuma longa on hormonal and reproductive parameter of female rats.

The female albino rats after oral administration of different doses of aqueous and ethanolic extracts of Carum carvi and Curcuma longa, showed a significant antifertility activity.