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Cumin

Description

Cumin is an Apiaceae plant family member native to the eastern Mediterranean and India. The powdered and whole seeds from the Cumin fruit are used in many types of traditional Indian dishes most notably, Curry. Cumin seeds are mentioned in the Bible, have been unearthed at ancient Egyptian tombs, and show up in multiple mythologies and folk tales dating back over 5,000 years. Cumin seed was thought to enhance fidelity,…

 

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Products Containing Cumin

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    Gas & Bloating

    Reduces occasional gas & bloating*

    Gas & Bloating works quickly to reduce occasional gas, bloating and feeling of heaviness that can occur after meals.* Natural vegetable charcoal and Fennel seed promote the absorption and elimination of gas, while a unique blend of herbs and essential oils improve digestive function and provide natural relief to the intestine.*

    Herbs:  Caraway, Chamomile, Cumin, Fennel, Lemon Balm, Marojam Leaf Essential Oil, Peppermint Leaf Essential Oil, Star Anise

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    Natural Laxative

    Gentle support for occasional constipation*

    Natural Laxative is an herbal formula that works gently overnight for occasional constipation.* Senna, Cape Aloe and a proprietary blend of herbal ingredients work together to support the body’s natural elimination processes and soothe the intestinal tract.*

    Herbs:  Boldo, Cape Aloe, Caraway, Chicory, Cumin, Dandelion, Fennel, Fennel, Senna

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