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Query from: sridhar arashanapalli, India, 04/21/08
Topic: HEALTH      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: telugu name of CELERY plant

i want know the telugu name of CELERY plant and its uses

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hi sridhar,

Celery plant is nothing but Saraswataku (Telugu)

To know about celery plant go through this iink

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celery…

and the medicinal and culnary uses of this celery are

Uses:

Celery seeds have many medicinal uses. Its actions include anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, carminative, anti-spasmodic and nervine (promoting restfulness and sleep). It is also useful in hysteria.

Celery Seeds find their main use in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. Celery Seed is most often taken to aid in the maintenance of healthy joints. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to reduce the degeneration of body joints that commonly occurs with age.

Celery Seed can also ease joint discomfort that occurs due to inflammation and is, in fact, mainly used for the relief of symptoms of such conditions as arthritis, rheumatism and gout. They are especially useful in rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Their diuretic action is obviously involved in rheumatic conditions, but Celery Seeds are also used as a urinary antiseptic, largely because of the volatile oil, apiol.

Celery Seeds

Celery seeds are very helpful for people suffering from an over supply of uric acid. Celery has large amounts of potassium and organic sodium that help to rid the body of waste material by stimulating various sites such as the skin, bowels and kidneys. It re-balances the acid/alkaline in the system and may help prevent certain cancers. It is very potent in case of Kidney Stones, and chronic kidney diseases.

Celery Seed has an antiseptic property that makes it useful to the health of the urinary tract and a diuretic property to help relieve fluid retention - Celery Seed aids in the elimination of uric acid. These properties can prove useful in cases of bladder disorders, cystitis and kidney disorders.

Celery also promotes the onset of menstruation. Celery Seed can help soothe the nerves and relieve pain. Consuming Celery Seed in food also aids in the digestion of protein.

In Germany, celery preparations are used to treat loss of appetite loss and exhaustion, and also in the prophylaxis of nervous exhaustion. The volatile oil in Apium has been shown to have antifungal activity, and it is active against many bacteria.

As a condiment, the seeds of celery are used either as the whole seeds or ground and mixed with salt in celery salt.

Culinary uses:

The brown, characteristically aromatic, pungent seed is used in salads, soups, stews, vegetable dishes, meat dishes, and celery salt (a mixture of table salt and ground celery seed).

The essential oil and oleoresin of celery seed are used as a flavoring or fragrance in perfumes, and cosmetics, such as soaps, creams, and lotions. The odor is produced by the anhydrides, sedanoid, and sedanomic. It is administered as an Infusion; pour a cup of boiling water onto l-2 teaspoonfuls of freshly crushed seeds. Leave to infuse for l0-l5 minutes. This should be drunk three times a day.

Celery seed is generally recognized as safe for human consumption as a spice, natural seasoning, and plant extract/essential oil. Used in pickling, vegetables, salad dressings, breads, soups, and tomato items. Celery seed is used in celery salt, pickling and curry spice blends, and the ethnic cuisines of Germany, Italy, Russia, and the Orient. Celery Seed is useful for adding a celery flavor to foods when the "crunch" of celery is not desired.

Celery Seeds

Celery Seed is useful for adding a celery flavor to foods when the "crunch" of celery is not desired. Stir some into clam, potato, or other creamy soups. Add a pinch to blue cheese dressings and spoon the dressing over ripe tomatoes.

The celery plant is slender and stands about two to three feet tall. It has three to five segmented leaves, and flowers with small white petals. As a vegetable, celery is cultivated for the green and blanched leaf stalks (Apium graveolens) or, to a limited extent, the edible thickened roots and crowns.

Celery Leaves

Celery Seed is useful for adding a celery flavor to foods when the "crunch" of celery is not desired. Stir some into clam, potato, or other creamy soups. Add a pinch to blue cheese dressings and spoon the dressing over ripe tomatoes.

The celery plant is slender and stands about two to three feet tall. It has three to five segmented leaves, and flowers with small white petals. As a vegetable, celery is cultivated for the green and blanched leaf stalks (Apium graveolens) or, to a limited extent, the edible thickened roots and crowns.

And i heard that eating celery reduces high BP

If you dont like this as it is....add it to sambar...etc

its really very tasty...as all in our family loves to eat this once a week...

thanks

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Response from: NEERAJA NAVEEN,   
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it looks like cilantro/corriander leaves.if u hate cilantro ,u can u can substitute with celery.there is no exact word for celery in telugu.but in so many lanquages it is called celery only.

Apium graveolens is a plant species in the family Apiaceae, and yields two important vegetables known as celery and celeriac. Cultivars of the species have been used for centuries, whilst others have been domesticated only in the last 200-300 years.

Uses Apium graveolens is used around the world as a vegetable, either for the crisp petiole (leaf stalk) or fleshy taproot.

In temperate countries, celery is also grown for its seeds, which yield a valuable volatile oil used in the perfume and pharmaceutical industries. Celery seeds can be used as flavouring or spice either as whole seeds or, ground and mixed with salt, as celery salt. Celery salt can also be made from an extract of the roots. Celery Salt is used as a seasoning, in cocktails (notably to enhance the flavour of Bloody Mary cocktails), on the Chicago-style hot dog, and in Old Bay Seasoning.

Celery is one of three vegetables considered the holy trinity (along with onions and bell peppers) of Louisiana Creole and Cajun cuisine. It is also one of the three vegetables (together with onions and carrots) that constitute the French mirepoix, which is often used as a base for sauces and soups.

[edit] Medicine The use of celery seed in pills for relieving pain was described by Aulus Cornelius Celsus ca. 30 AD.[3]

The whole plant is gently stimulating, nourishing, and restorative; it can be liquidized and the juice taken for joint and urinary tract inflammations, such as rheumatoid arthritis, cystitis or urethritis, for weak conditions and nervous exhaustion

The root is an effective diuretic and has been taken for urinary stones and gravel. It also acts as a bitter digestive remedy and liver stimulant. A tincture can be used as a diuretic in hypertension and urinary disorders, as a component in arthritic remedies, or as a kidney energy stimulant and cleanser.[verification needed]

Celery roots, fruits (seeds), and aerial parts, are used ethnomedically to treat mild anxiety and agitation, loss of appetite, fatigue, cough, and as an anthelmintic (vermifuge)

Nutrition There is a common belief that celery is so difficult for humans to digest, that it has 'negative calories' because human digestion burns more calories than can be extracted. Snopes[2] believes this to be true, however at only 6 calories per stalk, the effect is negligible. Celery is still valuable in diets, where it provides low-calorie fiber bulk. Celery contains androsterone [4]. Bergapten in the seeds can increase photosensitivity, so the use of essential oil externally in bright sunshine should be avoided. The oil and large doses of seeds should be avoided during pregnancy: they can act as a uterine stimulant. Seeds intended for cultivation are not suitable for eating as they are often treated with fungicides.

Allergic responses Although many people enjoy foods made with celery, a small minority of people can have severe allergic reactions. For people with celery allergy, exposure can cause potentially fatal anaphylactic shock.[5] The allergen does not appear to be destroyed at cooking temperatures. Celery root—commonly eaten as celeriac, or put into drinks—is known to contain more allergen than the stalk. Seeds contain the highest levels of allergen content. Celery is amongst a small group of foods (headed by peanuts) that appear to provoke the most severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis). Exercise-induced anaphylaxis may be exacerbated. An allergic reaction also may be triggered by eating foods that have been processed with machines that have previously processed celery, making avoiding such foods difficult. In contrast with peanut allergy being most prevalent in the U.S., celery allergy is most prevalent in Central Europe.[6] In the European Union, foods that contain or may contain celery, even in trace amounts, have to be clearly marked as such.

The wild form of celery is known as smallage. It has a furrowed stalk with wedge-shaped leaves, the whole plant having a coarse, earthy taste, and a distinctive smell. With cultivation and blanching, the stalks lose their acidic qualities and assume the mild, sweetish, aromatic taste particular to celery as a salad plant.

The plants are raised from seed, sown either in a hot bed or in the open garden according to the season of the year, and after one or two thinnings out and transplantings they are, on attaining a height of 15-20 cm, planted out in deep trenches for convenience of blanching, which is affected by earthing up to exclude light from the stems.

In the past, celery was grown as a vegetable for winter and early spring; because of its antitoxic properties, it was perceived as a cleansing tonic, welcomed after the stagnation of winter.

The most common use of celery is for its thick, succulent leaf stalks that are used, often with a part of the leaf blades, in soups, cooked dishes and salads for the Western style kitchen. Celeriac or turnip-rooted celery is mainly used as a cooked vegetable in stews and soups but is becoming increasingly popular grated as a raw salad. Leaf celery, also called smallage, is chopped and used as garnish and flavouring, either fresh or in dried powdered form. In temperate countries, celery is also grown for its seeds, which yield a valuable volatile oil used in the perfume and pharmaceutical industries. Celery seeds can be used as flavouring or spice either as whole seeds or, ground and mixed with salt, as celery salt. Celery salt can also be made from an extract of the roots. Celery seed aids in the elimination of uric acid and is often used for the relief of symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism and inflammation of the joints. Its diuretic properties assist in relieving fluid retention. Celery seed also relieves pain. Celery has several applications in traditional medicine, particularly as a diuretic and emmenagogue, and against dengue fever and rheumatism.

Don't throw out the top leaves of celery. Wash them, dry them, and pulverize them. Add an equal amount of salt and use for seasoning in soups or salads.

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Celery seeds have many medicinal uses. Its actions include anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, carminative, anti-spasmodic and nervine (promoting restfulness and sleep). It is also useful in hysteria.

Celery Seeds find their main use in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. Celery Seed is most often taken to aid in the maintenance of healthy joints. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to reduce the degeneration of body joints that commonly occurs with age.

Celery Seed can also ease joint discomfort that occurs due to inflammation and is, in fact, mainly used for the relief of symptoms of such conditions as arthritis, rheumatism and gout. They are especially useful in rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Their diuretic action is obviously involved in rheumatic conditions, but Celery Seeds are also used as a urinary antiseptic, largely because of the volatile oil, apiol.

Celery Seeds

Celery seeds are very helpful for people suffering from an over supply of uric acid. Celery has large amounts of potassium and organic sodium that help to rid the body of waste material by stimulating various sites such as the skin, bowels and kidneys. It re-balances the acid/alkaline in the system and may help prevent certain cancers. It is very potent in case of Kidney Stones, and chronic kidney diseases.

Celery Seed has an antiseptic property that makes it useful to the health of the urinary tract and a diuretic property to help relieve fluid retention - Celery Seed aids in the elimination of uric acid. These properties can prove useful in cases of bladder disorders, cystitis and kidney disorders.

Celery also promotes the onset of menstruation. Celery Seed can help soothe the nerves and relieve pain. Consuming Celery Seed in food also aids in the digestion of protein.

In Germany, celery preparations are used to treat loss of appetite loss and exhaustion, and also in the prophylaxis of nervous exhaustion. The volatile oil in Apium has been shown to have antifungal activity, and it is active against many bacteria.

As a condiment, the seeds of celery are used either as the whole seeds or ground and mixed with salt in celery salt.

Culinary uses:

The brown, characteristically aromatic, pungent seed is used in salads, soups, stews, vegetable dishes, meat dishes, and celery salt (a mixture of table salt and ground celery seed).

The essential oil and oleoresin of celery seed are used as a flavoring or fragrance in perfumes, and cosmetics, such as soaps, creams, and lotions. The odor is produced by the anhydrides, sedanoid, and sedanomic. It is administered as an Infusion; pour a cup of boiling water onto l-2 teaspoonfuls of freshly crushed seeds. Leave to infuse for l0-l5 minutes. This should be drunk three times a day.

Celery seed is generally recognized as safe for human consumption as a spice, natural seasoning, and plant extract/essential oil. Used in pickling, vegetables, salad dressings, breads, soups, and tomato items. Celery seed is used in celery salt, pickling and curry spice blends, and the ethnic cuisines of Germany, Italy, Russia, and the Orient. Celery Seed is useful for adding a celery flavor to foods when the "crunch" of celery is not desired.

Celery Seed is useful for adding a celery flavor to foods when the "crunch" of celery is not desired. Stir some into clam, potato, or other creamy soups. Add a pinch to blue cheese dressings and spoon the dressing over ripe tomatoes.

The celery plant is slender and stands about two to three feet tall. It has three to five segmented leaves, and flowers with small white petals. As a vegetable, celery is cultivated for the green and blanched leaf stalks (Apium graveolens) or, to a limited extent, the edible thickened roots and crowns.

You can find more at: http://www.kingtutshop.com/Egyptian…

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Response from: Bond 007 James,   
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celery is Widely cultivated herb with aromatic leaf stalks that are eaten raw or cooked. Celery is a plant comprising an herb and its seed that are both used for culinary and medicinal uses. Celery Seed is the dried fruit of Apium graviolens, a biennial in the parsley family. It was cultivated in the Mediterranean region since at least 3000 years.

Celery contains boron, calcium, iron, zinc, and the following vitamins: A, B-complex, and C. Celery Seed tastes similar to table celery, with its warm, slightly bitter, aromatic flavor. The flavor and aroma of Celery Seed is generally described as being similar to Fennel and Anise.

Uses:

Celery seeds have many medicinal uses. Its actions include anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, carminative, anti-spasmodic and nervine (promoting restfulness and sleep). It is also useful in hysteria.

Celery Seeds find their main use in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. Celery Seed is most often taken to aid in the maintenance of healthy joints. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to reduce the degeneration of body joints that commonly occurs with age.

Celery Seed can also ease joint discomfort that occurs due to inflammation and is, in fact, mainly used for the relief of symptoms of such conditions as arthritis, rheumatism and gout. They are especially useful in rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Their diuretic action is obviously involved in rheumatic conditions, but Celery Seeds are also used as a urinary antiseptic, largely because of the volatile oil, apiol.

Celery Seeds

Celery seeds are very helpful for people suffering from an over supply of uric acid. Celery has large amounts of potassium and organic sodium that help to rid the body of waste material by stimulating various sites such as the skin, bowels and kidneys. It re-balances the acid/alkaline in the system and may help prevent certain cancers. It is very potent in case of Kidney Stones, and chronic kidney diseases.

Celery Seed has an antiseptic property that makes it useful to the health of the urinary tract and a diuretic property to help relieve fluid retention - Celery Seed aids in the elimination of uric acid. These properties can prove useful in cases of bladder disorders, cystitis and kidney disorders.

Celery also promotes the onset of menstruation. Celery Seed can help soothe the nerves and relieve pain. Consuming Celery Seed in food also aids in the digestion of protein.

In Germany, celery preparations are used to treat loss of appetite loss and exhaustion, and also in the prophylaxis of nervous exhaustion. The volatile oil in Apium has been shown to have antifungal activity, and it is active against many bacteria.

As a condiment, the seeds of celery are used either as the whole seeds or ground and mixed with salt in celery salt.

i dont know the telugu word for celery,but many times i confused celery leaves with our pudeena (kothimere) and iam not sure whether celery is available in india or not.

good luck

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Response from: shiva sakthi,   
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Hai Sridhar arashanapalli,

Telugu name for celery plant is Ajumoda.

Its main constituent is a volatile essential oil. The essential oil of celery seed includes d-limonene, selinene, sesquiterpene alcohols, sedanolide, and sedanonic anhydride. An essential oil is obtained from seeds or seed chaff by a process of crushing and steam distillation. Celery seed contains two oils one heavy, the other lighter it contains apiol. A fixed oil includes the fatty acids petroselinic, oleic, linoleic, myristic, palmitic, palmitoleic, stearic, and myristoleic. Oil of celery seed is sometimes mixed with celery chaff oil or di-limonene and other terpenes from less expensive essential oils. It also contains Phthalides, Coumarins and Flavonoids; apiin and apigenin.

Uses:

Celery seeds have many medicinal uses. Its actions include anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, carminative, anti-spasmodic and nervine (promoting restfulness and sleep). It is also useful in hysteria.

Celery Seeds find their main use in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. Celery Seed is most often taken to aid in the maintenance of healthy joints. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to reduce the degeneration of body joints that commonly occurs with age.

Celery Seed can also ease joint discomfort that occurs due to inflammation and is, in fact, mainly used for the relief of symptoms of such conditions as arthritis, rheumatism and gout. They are especially useful in rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Their diuretic action is obviously involved in rheumatic conditions, but Celery Seeds are also used as a urinary antiseptic, largely because of the volatile oil, apiol.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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Celery is called "Saraswataku" in Telugu. Celery is a plant comprising an herb and its seed that are both used for culinary and medicinal uses. Celery Seed is the dried fruit of Apium graviolens, a biennial in the parsley family. It was cultivated in the Mediterranean region since at least 3000 years. It is related, but not identical, to the vegetable celery plant. It common name is Smallage or Marsh Water Parsley, Garden Celery, Wild Celery. Its Arabic name is Karafs.The tiny brown seeds have a celery-like flavor and aroma. The seeds are very small (about 1/16th of an inch), ovoid and light brown. Celery or as the ancients called it "smallage" (a wild, bitter marsh plant), has been used as a medicine since the time of the Greeks. The ancient Greeks and Romans used Celery for its medicinal purposes and there was a popular belief that it was an aphrodisiac.The parts used of the celery plant are the seeds, the herb and the root. Leaves and root; both are used as vegetable or spice All plant parts are strongly aromatic. The tiny seeds are tan/brown in color. Celery contains boron, calcium, iron, zinc, and the following vitamins: A, B-complex, and C. Celery Seed tastes similar to table celery, with its warm, slightly bitter, aromatic flavor. The flavor and aroma of Celery Seed is generally described as being similar to Fennel and Anise. The flavor notes are characteristically hay-like and grassy.

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