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cel·er·y seed

(sel'er-ē sēd),
The dried ripe fruit of Apium graveolens (family Umbelliferae); formerly used in dysmenorrhea and as a sedative.
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Celery Seed Extract: A Natural Calcium Channel Blocker
Celery seeds of all types are small and may germinate erratically.
In this paper, we report a novel compound and novel biological activities of compounds from celery seed.
In a large saucepan, combine undrained corn, onion, celery, green pepper, sugar, mustard, celery seed, turmeric, salt, and white pepper; bring to boil.
Spark up the slaw with lemon or garlic, and choose herbs and spices such as caraway or celery seed, dillweed or seed, ginger, mint, thyme, parsley, or coriander.
I found a recipe put out on the web by Linda McDaniel that calls for green tomatoes, red bell peppers, green bell peppers, onions, celery seed, mustard seed, salt, sugar and cider vinegar.
They come in three flavours: Beetroot and Garlic, Chili, Ginger and Garlic and Spinach and Celery Seed.
In a study published in the journal Pharmacology Magazine, scientists found that rats supplemented with celery seed extract daily for 60 days significantly reduced triglycerides levels by 22% and LDL cholesterol by 27%, along with a 28% increase in beneficial HDL cholesterol.
Chilli, rock salt and celery seed There are a few varieties of flavoured salt, Halen Mon makes perfect spiced salt for the job.
Bring to a boil: 1 quart vinegar 7 cups white or brown sugar 4 teaspoons mustard seed 4 teaspoons celery seed Add vegetables and simmer 20 minutes.