(Trachyspermum Ammi): Carum Ajowan, known in Italy as “Bishop’s grass”, is popularly included in the greatest part of carminative mixtures. Because of his/her good antispasmodic capabilities, traditional healers recommend this medicine for patients affected by any type of abdominal pain, for instance: colics, flatulence and digestive . The oil extracted form the seeds is used for diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia. These seeds are traditionally taken as a whole and accompanied by warm water, or in form of decoction.