According to the Bible, cumin had such powerful medicinal value that it could be used as an antiseptic but has been more recently recognized as an excellent digestive and stomach disorder settler. A very important spice, both nationally as well as for Morarka. It has been very difficult to convert the cultivation of this spice to organic. In Rajasthan, south west districts have been very famous for the good quality of cumin produced there and generally harvested in April -May.
Cumin has long been known for its digestive properties. It relieves flatulence, bloating gas and other related stomach ailments. Cumin seeds have long been considered stimulant carminative, stomachic, astringent, diuretic. Paste made from cumin seeds and peppermint oil helps to relieve abdominal pain and liver disorder. Cumin is very good source of iron. Morarka has also been supported by many Government programs to become the single largest producer of organic cumin in the country. Cumin quality in the trade circle is evaluated on the basis of uniformly bold size of the grain, color, aroma & taste.
Our variety of organic Cumin whole is of premium quality and has an aromatic odor, is spicy and somewhat bitter in taste. Because of powerful, strong, peculiar, nutty odor and flavor of cumin, it is used to flavor bread, cakes, pastries and to season soups, stews. In addition to volatile oil, the seed also contains non volatile oil with strong aromatic flavor.