A doctor got rid of them by a new spray with oxygon or similar gas in a terrific cold temperature. It pained and blood spots appeared around them and after 3 weeks they had all disappeared without any trace.
I recommend to see an ayurvedic specialist too. India is in the fortunate position to have and use natural medicine, often much more effective than the western chemical stuff. more
10. It's Great for the Skin
Cumin contains an absolute abundance of vitamin-E, known for its excellent ability to keep your skin looking young and glowing. It acts as an antioxidant that fights harmful free radicals responsibly for ageing your skin cells and promoting the appearance of wrinkles. The essential oils contained within the spice also have anti-fungal properties that can diminish the effect of infections that have a negative impact upon the appearance of your skin.
Great Ways to Add Cumin to Your Diet
There are loads of ways to add cumin to your diet. You can sprinkle it in sandwiches, add it to fresh bread, use it to top salads, into nut and grain mixes or add it to mayo of avocado paste (those are just a few examples). Here are three more great ideas:
Cumin rice1. Make cumin rice using 1/2 teaspoon of cumin powder or seeds, 2 cups of water and 1 cup of dry jasmine rice. Lightly brown the cumin seeds in the oil first, add the rice and fry for a minute before adding the water and bringing to a boil. Cook for approximately fifteen minutes thereafter.
2. Make a DIY taco seasoning powder using 1 tablespoon of chili powder, 1.5 teaspoons of cumin, 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder, 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder, 1/2 teaspoon of paprika, 1 teaspoon of black pepper and 1 teaspoon of salt. Simply mix all the ingredients and keep them in an airtight container. Use about 2 tablespoons per 1 pound (16oz/450 grams) of meat.
3. Add a spoonful of cumin to your favorite roast veggies - it goes really well with sweet potatoes, pumpkin, carrots, squashes and even cauliflower. more