Celery seed can be added to spice blends, marinades, pickling recipes, and beverage mixes. In herbalism, the seeds are prepared as a tea or extract. Too much celery seed can overpower a dish, whereas a little brings out flavors in other foods. Celery seed is used in pickles, casseroles, and Bloody Mary’s.
The powder can be extracted, infused, or sprinkled sparingly as a seasoning to marinades, pickles, beverage blends, and spice mixes.
Botanical Name: Apium graveolens Origin: Egypt
Precautions: If using in therapeutic doses then not for use in pregnancy except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner. Celery seed should be used with caution by individuals with inflammation of the kidneys or a history of irritation of the kidneys.
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