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Meaning of ajenuz by Felipe Lorenzo del Río

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The family of the ranunculaceas, known and used as medicinal herb and Spice by the Hittites, Jews, Egyptians, and Romans. In the book of Isaiah is called ketsah, black cumin. Its seeds were also found in the tomb of Tutankhamun and a Hittite flask of the second millennium to. (d). (C). His own name is nigella sativa, although people also call it arañuel-a, abesoda, fake cumin, axenuz, corn cockle, niguela, niguilla, all spice and in many other ways.


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