Latin name: Carum carvi

Botanical family: Apiaceae

Origin: Germany, the Balkans, Egypt, Holland, Scandinavia

Distilled part: Seed

Aromatic molecules: L-carvone, limonene

Frequently on the sunny slopes, flowers in umbels of Caraway seeds produce elongated, the characteristic flavor. They are found under the false name of "cumin seeds" dna sdes breads and cheeses such as Munster.


  •   Stimulating digestive, carminative
  •   Protects and supports liver detoxification
  •   Choleretic (stimulates the secretion of bile by the liver)
  •   Cholagogue (facilitates the digestion of fat)
  •   antispasmodic
  •   mucolytic
  •   antispasmodic
  •   Balancing the autonomic nervous system

Application areas :

  •   digestive benefits: bloating, flatulence, flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, difficult and painful digestion (dyspepsia), belching, halitosis (bad breath), liver failure and bile, nausea, intestinal spasms,
  •   ENT and respiratory benefits: acute bronchitis, nasopharyngitis,
  •   Benefits on the psycho-emotional: Anxiety and anxiety, concentration (lack), latent depression, mental stress, physical or mental fatigue, stress, overwork, digestive problems and intestinal of nervous origin,
  •   Other benefits: Breastfeeding (facilitates lactation)