Ajwain is a popular spice added to numerous foods due to its flavour and medicinal properties. The botanical name of Ajwain or bishop’s weed (carom seed) is Trachyspermum ammi belonging to the family apeaceae. Ajwain has been used as a
Acorus calamus or sweet flag is common throughout India. It is widely cultivated and is a source of income for farmers of the swamp, marshy regions. Vacha is also seen on the edges of the lakes, tanks, streams and rivers.
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