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Botanical Name Apium graveolens
Family Apiaceae
Origin Ajmoda is native to the Mediterranean and the Middle East but is now widely cultivated in Europe, Asia, and America.
Description Ajmoda, also known as celery, is a biennial herb that grows up to 30-60 cm in height. The leaves are pinnate and dark green in color, while the stem is slender and hollow.
Parts Used The whole plant, especially the seeds, are used for medicinal purposes.
Dose The recommended dose of ajmoda varies depending on the preparation and the condition being treated.