Mustard seeds are a very popular ingredient in cooking with a well-loved pungent flavour.
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Mustard seeds are a very popular ingredient in cooking with a well-loved pungent flavour. Mustard seeds also find a place in the Bible and their first usage is recorded in Ayurvedic scripts that date back thousands of years. Apart from food, mustard seeds hold a range of health benefits including: to treat rheumatic arthritis, migraines, respiratory congestion, high in dietary fibre, menopausal relief, treatment of asthma. Mustard seeds are also used as a natural scrub for the skin, hydrating the skin and slowing down aging as they are high in vitamins A, C and K. Mustard seeds also contain protein, calcium and omega 3 & 6 fatty acids which contribute to hair strength and growth.
|Botanical Name||Sinapsis alba|
|Organic Status||Certified Organic|
|Country of Origin||Hungary/India|
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