Namkeen Jeera is a mixture of Jeera churna and Sendha Namak processed with lemon juice. It is used for the loss of appetite, lack of desire to eat, nausea, vomiting, poor digestive capacity, abdominal pain, diarrhea and worm infestation.
Table of Contents
|Jeera (Cumin Seeds) – Cuminum Cyminum||50%|
|Nimbu Ka Ras – Lemon Juice||Q.S.|
|Jeera and Sendha Namak are mixed and lemon juice is added to the mixture and left for seven days to dry in shadow.|
Namkeen Jeera improves appetite and reduces gas formation in the abdomen. It acts on AMA (toxins) and provides relief in diseases, which occur due to these toxins.
Namkeen Jeera has following healing properties.
- Aam Pachak (Detoxifier)
- Digestive stimulant
Namkeen Jeera is used in following health conditions:
- Loss of desire to eat
- Poor appetite
- Nausea & Vomiting
- Abdominal pains or cramps
- Intestinal worms
Dosage & Administration
|The general dosage of Namkeen Jeera is as follows.|
|Children||1 gram *|
|Adults||2 grams *|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||6 grams Per Day (in divided doses)|
|* Twice or Thrice a day with warm water|
|Best Time to Take: After food or with food|
Namkeen Jeera is considerably safe in the dosage discussed above.
Side Effects of Namkeen Jeera
There are no side effects reported with Namkeen Jeera.
Pregnancy & Lactation
There is no reliable information available, but Namkeen Jeera might be safe because it contains natural ingredients, which we are using in our daily routine in Indian Kitchen. The dosage is also appropriate and does not likely to affect the mother, developing baby or child.
There are no absolute contraindications of Namkeen Jeera, but one should take care of the sodium content in it. You should check or limit your salt intake from other sources if you are hypertensive or on sodium restricted diet.