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What are benefits of eating saunf?

Asked by Kanwaljit Nagpal, 14 Nov '08 05:33 pm
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Saunf is a good home remedy for many stomach and gastrointestinal problems. In Ayurveda the effect of saunf is considered to be light, non-unctuous, dry and cold. It is an appetizer, carminative/purgative and also promotes strength.

Joint pain

Tie some saunf leaves in a cotton cloth. Warm them in a saucepan and apply on the affected parts when tolerably hot.

Anaemia

Boil 6 tsp each crushed saunf and red rose petals in 1 1/2 teacup water and strain. Take twice daily.
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Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 14 Nov '08 05:34 pm

 
  
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Surprisingly enought nothing other than refreshing you mouth for a while. Infact some doctors advise not eat it. Moreover if you have noticed in hotels people leave their tip money e.g. coins and notes on the saunf plate making it unhygienic.
Answered by Shakeel Sayed, 14 Nov '08 05:34 pm

 
  
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Its good for digestion and also a mouth freshner
Answered by Samar SinghChauhan, 14 Nov '08 05:33 pm

 
  
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Eating sounf after meals helps in digestiion.
Answered by mulkraj khajuria, 14 Nov '08 05:33 pm

 
  
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