100g resealable pouch
Pure Spice’s Mustard seeds contains No Additives and is Non Radiated
Health Benefits of Mustard?
Mustard seeds contain vitamins A, B6 and C (and other vitamins), dietary folate, omega-3 fatty acids and minerals like magnesium, potassium, selenium, manganese, phosphorus and copper. The seeds also have the following health-promoting plant compounds, which include:
- Prevents Cancer
- Treats Psoriasis
- Improves Cardiovascular Health
- Relieve Respiratory Disorders
- Helps in curing Pains and Spasms
- Poison Repulsion
- Treats Ringworm
- Assist with hair growth and clear skin
- Healing affect on nerves
- Controls Diabetics
- Cholesterol Lower Ability
- Treats Menopause
- Aids in Detoxification
What is Mustard?
Mustard is a versatile cruciferous vetable which belongs to the Brassica family just like broccoli and cabbage. Native to the temperate areas of Europe, it was amongst the earliest grown crops in the region.From thousands of years, the mustard plant has been quite popularly cultivated in North Africa, Asia, and Europe more like an herb and was even popular amongst the ancient Greeks and Romans. It has been esteemed as a multi-specialty crop in North America since decades with the major production happening in California and Montana until 1950 and about a decade later in the Upper Midwest regions. Presently, it is grown in over 21 countries with major production happening in EU-27, Nepal, Canada, Ukraine, and India. Attributing to its flavor and therapeutic nature, usage of mustard is quite popular all around the globe with approx. 700 lbs getting consumed annually.
It is a multitalented botanical with different varieties.Three variants out of these varieties, namely white mustard (Brassica alba,) black mustard (Brassica nigra), and brown mustard (Brassica juncea), have gained more popularity over the others and are commercially grown and used for their young flower stalks, leaves, and seeds. White mustard or sometimes referred to as yellow mustard has a milder taste and is normally used in the preparation of the famous American yellow mustard condiment. Black mustard is popular for its strong aroma and flavor while brown mustard, which is also used to prepare Dijon mustard, offers a sharp pungent taste.