Cumin is one of the many spices that they come from the North and centre of Europe and Asia and is grown from the middle ages. Both the leaves and the seeds are eaten in their culinary use. But it also has a great esoteric and healing value of certain disorders of the body which gives it extra power. Today we will see the magical power of cumin.
Ritual uses of cumin
If you want to protect a place – your home or business - can burn a little cumin with incense, mixed with salt and spread it on the ground to ward off evil.
In the past, in Germany, it was customary to wear tied around their necks a small bag full of cumin to fend off evil spirits. This superstition is alive in some villages in which the brides carry cumin to keep negative forces from the wedding.
In love spells, ground cumin, is placed inside a bag, and gives a lover or partner to foster loyalty.
Wet with wine seed used to make love potions and ignite the passion. Put in a bottle of white wine a few cumin seeds, let stand and drink the elixir of love with your partner; the effect is amazing and delicious.
Cumin was regarded by the Egyptians as one of four exciting or aphrodisiac - seed along with anise, fennel and coriander - and, therefore, they put it as an offering in the tombs of the Pharaohs.
It is consumed as an aperitif, as a bowel stimulant and stomachic tonic. It is useful for digestive problems, eating disorders and to a lesser extent is administered as a spasmolytic, diuretic and sedative soft. It is indicated for problems of loss of appetite, slow digestion, gastrointestinal spasms, breastfeeding, menstrual disorders and intestinal parasitosis.
Healing properties of cumin in the body
How to prepare: do digestive infusions to take after meals; that will help to regulate intestinal function and contribute to the disappearance of the excess gas.
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