India is amongst the top five spice manufacturing and exporting countries in the world. It is known for its premium grade authentic spice production and therefore, the country has a high reputation in the global exporters market. Badani Corporation is a part of this global network of exporters and we deal in spices like cumin seeds, coriander seeds and fenugreek seeds.

All our products are produced with great care and we are proud that Badani Corporation upholds an international standard manufacturing environment that helps keeps our goods in consistent demand. For example, our cumin seeds are very popular and the credit for this goes to not only our hard-working team, but also to the goodness packed in the Indian cumin seeds. These seeds are born out of an herb plant called the ‘Cuminum Cyminum’. The stem of this plant is manually beaten on a flat surface or is put under a threshing machine and then the cumin seeds are dried out in the final step.

Cumin is actually a native of the Mediterranean and Eastern regions and it came to India due to the exploratory voyages of discoverers and is called ‘Jeera or Zeera’ here. It is primarily known for its great flavorful properties, but it has some key health benefits too. Let’s look at some of them:

1.Supports Digestion

Cumin is a great agent for treating digestive problems. Most home-remedies use cumin seeds to address complains of bowel irregularity and stomach pain.

2.Aids Weight Loss

In Ayurveda, cumin is held in high regard for the way it helps fight the toxins from the body and therefore, keeps the system clean. This helps people in reducing their bloating and water retention (factors common to body weight issues).

3.Fights Chronic Illnesses

Studies have indicated that cumin seeds are powerful ingredients that may help in keeping certain chronic health conditions like high cholesterol, diabetes and cancer, at bay.

4.Balances Generic Health

Stress and anxiety are common health issues these days and research has shown that cumin consumption helps keeps these in check. In fact, cumin also is used to improve memory retention.

There’s so much that these little seeds can do, thanks to their nutrient composition that includes proteins, iron, magnesium and flavonoids. They taste intense and have a strong smell too. For the purpose of export, cumin seeds are demanded by various industries like food, beauty and pharmaceutical. If you are a business that is looking for premium-quality cumin seeds, then please get in touch with us at [email protected] or +91 98250 75181 . We will help you with your order and provide you a smooth cumin exporting experience.