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The Trachyspermum copticum (ajwain) is thought to have started in the Asia minor or Persia locales, from where it spread to the Indian subcontinent. The plant is a little, cool-season yearly spice that grows up to a few feet in tallness. It highlights little white-petaled blossoms in umbels that ultimately form into little, oval-molded seeds. The yield is prepared for collecting before the finish of winter or late-winter.
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