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Definition of the noun Ajowan
What does Ajowan mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: ajowans
- See ajwain.
Phrases with Ajowan
- Ajowan Caraway
- Carum Ajowan
- Athamanta Ajowan
- Ptychotis Ajowan
- Ligusticum Ajowan
- Species Carum Ajowan
- Species Athamanta Ajowan
- Species Ptychotis Ajowan
- Species Ligusticum Ajowan
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by E. V. Nybe
Ajowan, also known as bishop's weed, carum seed or carum ajowan is a native of Egypt.
botany and chemical composition Ajowan is an erect, glabrous or minutely pubescent branched annual, ...
Cultivation of Spice Crops (2005)
by Azhar Ali Farooqi, B. S. Sreeramu, K. N. Srinivasappa
Ajowan is an effective remedy for common cold used traditionally over the ages. It has the remarkable ...
The Treasury of Botany (1874)
A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom; with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms by John Lindley, Thomas Moore
Ajowan is a small plant.with erect forking stems, and very few leaves, tlie lower of which are cut into numerous narrow...
Aromatic Plants (2007)
by Baby P. Skaria
Vernacular names: Sanskrit: Ajamoda; Hindi: Ajmud; Malayalam: Ayamodakam; Tamil: Asamatavomam; Kannada: Ajamodhavoma; Telugu: Ajumoda; Gujarathi: Ajmod Ajowan is a profusely branched winter ...
THE CHEMICAL GAZETTE, OR, JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, IN ALL ITS APPLICATION TO PHARMACY, ARTS AND MANUFACTURES (1856)
by WILLIAM FRANCIS
The Ptychotis Ajowan is an umbelliferous plant well known in India for its aromatic and carminative properties. When its seeds are distilled with water they readily yield between five and six per cent, of an essential oil resembling in smell that of ...
The Ptychotis Ajowan is an unbelliferous plant, well known in India for its aromatic and carminative properties. Its seeds, which very much resemble in appearance those of the caraway, only being much smaller, have a very agreeable odour, ...
Tropical Asian Cooking (2015)
Exotic Flavors from Equatorial Asia by Wendy Hutton
glossary Ajowan: Also known as carom, ajowan is a plant.
According to a study from Tlemcen, Algeria, “Ajowan is a popular spice that is used in folk medicine in Algeria. Most studies reported that thymol is the main component of the seed oil.” “Isothymol was reported to be a constituent of essential oil ...
Michelin Starred Cooking by Atul Kochhar
Ajowan is an essential ingredient in the fish cookery of northern India. ASAFOETIDA This is a dried gum-like resin derived from the ferula (giant fennel plants). It lends an interesting flavour when used in small quantities, but in bulk it releases ...
by John O'Connell
But ajowan is a stomachic too and used in India, especially, as a remedy for diarrhoea, flatulence and other gastric upsets. Sometimes it is chewed whole; more often it is drunk in the form of 'Omum water', a close relative of the gripe water ...
An Essential Guide to the Flavors of the World by Padma Lakshmi
Ajowan is a member of the large Apiaceae family (formerly Umbelliferae) and a close relative of both parsley and caraway. Native to India and the eastern Mediterranean region, it is now also grown in Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, and Pakistan, ...
A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner
See Ajowan oil. Ajowan Oil (Ajava oil) Color and properties: Yellow liquid. Has a very strong odor of thymol, as it contains between 45 and 55 per cent of this phenol. Also contains a considerable ...
The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being by Lawless, Julia
AJOWAN. T rachyspermum copticum FAMILY Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) SYNONYMS T. ammi, Ammi copticum, Carum ajowan, C. copticum, Ptychotis ajowan, ajuan, omum. GENERAL DESCRIPTION An annual herb with a greyish- brown seed, ...
by Carole J. Skelly
AJOWAN (Trachyspermum copticum, formerly Carum ajowan, Carum copticum, Ammi copticum, and Trachyspermum ammi) [Umbelliferae] Ajuan; Omum: The Seed of this plant, native to India, looks somewhat like a large celery Seed and has ...
by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Used in Indian cooking often in conjuction with starch foods and pulses [also called lovage, ajwaln, carom, hishop's weedl 10 Alaska ajula (Iti Striped sea hream, northern Italy ajwain see ajowan akadashi-miso ./„• A miso similar to hatcho-miso ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
See also liboké ajonjoli Spain Sesame seeds ajowan A plantof the caraway family, Carum ajowan, whose seedsare used as a spiceandas a sourceof ajowan oiland thymol.It has astrong thyme like flavour,and is used in Indian cooking often in ...
A Concise Guide to Over 385 Plant Oils: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition by Carol Schiller
linalol—Thyme Linalol Thymus webbianus—Thyme Tilia europaea—Linden Blossom Tilia vulgaris—Linden Blossom Toluifera pereirae— Peru Balsam Trachyspermum ammi—Ajowan Trachyspermum copticum— Ajowan ...
by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter
Ajowan oil Steam distillation of seeds of Trachyspermum ammi (Umbelliferae). Essential oil. Contains about 45-55% of thymol, as well as pinenes, cymene, dipentene and carvacrol. Powerful antiseptic, germicide and carminative. It has been ...
by Henry Watts
Thymol is likewise obtained from the volatile oil of horsemint, and from that of Plychotis Ajowan by fractional distillation add recrystallisation. Properties. — Thymol crystallises in transparent rhomboidal plates, with angles of 97° 30', striated ...
The Encyclopedia of Seeds (2006)
Science, Technology and Uses by J. Derek Bewley, Michael Black, Peter Halmer
Ajowan The seed spice, ajowan, ajwain or Bishop's weed (Trachyspermum ammi Apiaceae) (see: Spices and flavours...
Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ... and the Various Sciences Closely Related to Medicine ... by George Milbry Gould
AJOWAN or Supplemental, that that can still be exhaled after an ordinary expiration. A., Residual, that remaining in the lungs after the most complete expiration possible. A.-sac. See Air-vesicle. A.-space, a space in tissue filled with air or other ...
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