Ajwain or Bishop’s weed is a small, erect, annual shrub that yields tiny shaped and greyish “fruits” or seeds. Ajwain, the trade name, is originated from its Indian name ‘Adarjawan.’ It has been used as a carminative medicine from the time of Charaka and Sushruta as it relieves flatulence and is antispasmodic. It is a key ingredient in Unani medicines also and was used by Greek physicians like Dioscrides and Gelen.
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