Ajwain is a small, oval-shaped, seed-like fruits are pale brown schizocarps, which almost resemble the seeds of other plants in the family Apiaceous such as caraway, cumin and fennel. The ajwain seeds are known for their bitter and pungent taste. The favor of the ajwain seed is very similar to the flavor of anise and oregano. They smell almost exactly like thyme because they also contain thymol. However, unlike thyme the ajwain seeds are aromatic and less subtle in taste. Ajwain have a very dominating taste and in Bengal food, it is used mainly while tempering the oil or the ghee. The batch of Prakash Ajwain is delicately packed following the guidelines that have been issued by FSSAI. Ajwain is used in traditional medicine practices, such as Ayurveda, in herbal blends in the belief it can treat various disorders. Ajwain or carom seeds have powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties.