Shonjmuk plants are cultivated in vegetable gardens. The plants, especially the leaves and the seeds, are boiled in water with a little salt and given to 'patients with Ishkama Chomique (stomachc ache), indigestion and Bukchomique (bronchitis). The seeds are dried and stored and are used as a flavoring agent in various dishes. For those with Khodur (diarrhea), the flowers and/or leaves are crushed and mixed into tea.
|Botanical Name||Carum capticum|
|Part used||Whole plant|
|Locally used for||Bukchomique (bronchitis), Ishkama Chomique (stomache ache), indigestion, lshkama bik (diarrhoea) and as a flavoring agent.|