Caraway is one of the sweet dishes of Syrian origin. It is considered one of the most beautiful Syrian customs and the customs of the Levant in receiving guests and well-wishers of the new born. The caraway is a mixture of spice or caraway seeds, a quantity of ground rice and sugar, and topped with a layer of coconut, pistachios and soaked almonds cut into slices.
Useful for flatulence and colic, as well as repels wind and helps digest food, and caraway oil is a good antiseptic and calming for children.
Helps relieve digestive congestion and expel intestinal gas.
The emulsion is useful for treating flatulence, and it is also given to women in the first days of postpartum to produce milk.
Caraway is apparently used to treat colic in children by filling a small bag of cloth with the fruits, heated and placed over the abdomen.
The abdominal wall is massaged with fruit oil to relieve intestinal colic, to expel gas, and to relieve lower abdominal pain.