Methi, Ajwain, Kali Jeeri Combo Pack
Methi, Ajwain, Kali Jeeri Combo Pack is a well-known formulation for weight loss. It also aids in improving digestive health.
Note: Kali jeeri is generally confused with Kala Jeera and/or Kalonji seeds. Kali Jeeri is different from Kala Jeera (Black cumin) or Shah Jeera.
Kali Jeeri seeds also known as Kadvi Jiri, Bitter Cumin, Kalijiri, or Centratherum Anthelminticum maintains your blood sugar levels thereby, preventing high blood sugar levels. Kali jeeri can help increase insulin secretion henceforth, lowering blood sugar levels. It is beneficial for individuals suffering from postprandial hyperglycemia (rise in blood glucose level after a meal).
Kali Jeeri also eliminates toxins from blood thus, helping as a blood purifier. Hence, it can be used for treating skin problems such as itching and skin irritation. Due to its bitter taste, individuals who are sensitive to bitter taste should consult their doctor before using it.
How to prepare the powder:
- Collect all the three ingredients viz. Bitter Cumin Seeds (Kali Jeeri) 50 Grams + Bishop’s Weed (Ajwain) 100 Grams + Fenugreek Seeds (Methi Dana) 250 Grams separately.
- Roast each one of them separately. Then, powder all three ingredients and mix them together. Store the powder in an air-tight jar.
- Take 1 teaspoonful powder with warm water before retiring at night.
This mixture has innumerous health benefits. It helps in keeping cholesterol and blood sugar under check. It also helps in weight loss, normalizing bowel movement and thereby helping in a lot of ailments. Extremely effective in reducing joint pains, Kali Jeeri also improves immunity. Pregnant women should avoid this formulation. Individuals suffering from any disease are advised to consult their doctor before taking this formulation. It is generally recommended to continue the formulation for 40 days thereafter, further continuing the formulation (if required) after giving a 10 days break.
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Methi, Ajwain, Kali Jeeri Combo Pack is likely unsafe to use in pregnancy even when take for short term, appropriately and orally. As for lactating females, they should avoid its use because there is insufficient reliable information to rate the safety of its use for females breastfeeding their children.