Celery seeds are tiny, brown seeds derived from the celery plant. They have a strong aroma and a slightly bitter taste. The seeds are commonly used in cooking to flavor soups, stews, dressings, and marinades. They are also a popular ingredient in pickling blends.

Celery seeds are rich in nutrients like fiber, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. They are also known for their potential health benefits such as reducing inflammation, aiding digestion, and improving heart health.

We offer high-quality, organic celery seeds sourced directly from trusted farmers. Our seeds are carefully selected, cleaned, and packaged to ensure maximum freshness and flavor. We offer both whole and ground seeds to meet your specific needs.

Whether you are a food manufacturer, restaurant owner, or home cook, our celery seeds are a great addition to your kitchen. You can use them to add a unique flavor and aroma to your dishes and enjoy their health benefits at the same time.

Product Details

Product NameCelery Seeds
Scientific NameApium Graveolens
Form FactorWhole
Supply Ability1000Kg per week
SupplierArizone International LLP
Country of OriginIndia
Delivery TimeDepend upon your location.
Respiratory Health

May Improve Respiratory Health

The oils found in celery seeds can help alleviate respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, asthma, and coughs.

Improve Digestion

Support Digestion

The oils found in celery seeds can aid in digestion by stimulating the production of digestive juices and enzymes.

Women Having Fungal Infection on Bottom of Leg

Help Combat Infections

Celery seeds have been shown to possess antibacterial and antifungal properties that can help combat various infections.

Ankle Pain Relief

Help Relieves Pain

Celery seeds have been traditionally used to help alleviate pain and discomfort, especially joint pain and arthritis.

Prevent Cancer

May Fight Cancer

Studies suggest that compounds in celery seeds may have anti-cancer properties and may help inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Relief Stress

May Reduces Anxiety

Celery seeds contain compounds that have a calming effect on the nervous system, which can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation.

  • Used as a spice to add flavor and aroma to various dishes, such as soups, stews, and vegetable dishes.
  • Used in traditional medicine to treat various health conditions, including arthritis, inflammation, and high blood pressure.
  • Used in skincare products for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which help to reduce skin damage and inflammation.
  • Used in perfumes and fragrances due to its fresh, clean, and spicy aroma.
  • Used as a natural preservative in pickling, canning, and preserving various foods.
  • Used in the agricultural industry as a natural pest control agent against insects, mites, and nematodes.
  • Used in veterinary medicine to treat various conditions in animals, such as arthritis and inflammation.
  • Used in soap making for its cleansing and soothing properties.
  • Used in various natural remedies, such as poultices, tinctures, and salves, for their therapeutic properties.

No, celery is not called dhaniya. Dhaniya refers to coriander in Hindi. Celery is known as ajwain in Hindi.

No, coriander and celery seeds are not the same. While they belong to the same family, they come from different plants and have different flavors and uses in cooking. Coriander comes from the Coriandrum sativum plant and has a citrusy, slightly sweet flavor, while celery seeds come from the Apium graveolens plant and have a more intense, bitter taste.

Celery belongs to the family Apiaceae, also known as the Umbelliferae family. Other vegetables related to celery in this family include parsley, carrot, fennel, and dill.

Celery is not widely cultivated in India, and its production is limited to a few states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra.

Celery is expensive due to its limited shelf life, difficulty in harvesting, and high demand. Additionally, celery requires a lot of water and nutrients to grow, which makes it more expensive to produce.

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