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Other Names:


Apiaceae (family) / Celery Seed / Ajmod / Celeri Graveolens / Apium Dulce Mill. / Celeriac / Celery-Root / Chinese Celery / Cutting Celery / Knob Celery / Leaf Celery / Smallage / Wild Celery / Qin

Botanical Description:


  • A widely cultivated, biennial plant which also grows wild in salty soils of North and South America, Europe, and Africa.
  • The fleshy, bulbous root sends up, in the second year, an angular, furrowed, branched stem from 1 to 3 feet high.
  • Leaves are opposite, dark green, shiny, and pinnate, the leaflets wedge-shaped, incised and coarsely toothed.
  • The white to grey-white flowers bloom in paniculate compound umbels from July to November.
  • The fruit is a small, ribbed, elliptic-ovate seed.

Part of Plant Used:


  • Seed

Main Uses:


  • A traditional herbal food supplement for the symptomatic relief of lumbago, fibrosis, rheumatic pain and gout.






  • Allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
  • Should not be taken by People with an active acute kidney inflammation or problems, but may be taken in modest amounts for chronic kidney problems.
  • People who are allergic to Birch pollen may also be allergic to Celery seed.



  • Rated relatively safe when taken in appropriate quantities for short periods of time.
  •  When taken for any ailment if symptoms persist for more than one week consult your doctor or herbal practitioner.
  • Treating infants and children under 2 with any herbal preparation may be hazardous. Always consult with your doctor or herbal practitioner.



  • Celery contains properties that may thin the blood so should not be used if taking: Aspirin, Warfarin. Do not take with Prescription diuretics such as: Furosemide, Hydrochlorothiazide.
  • There are no other known interactions; however, with the proliferation of available drugs it is always advisable to consult your doctor or health care professional before taking this or any other supplements.

Pregnancy & Lactation:


  • Should not be taken by Pregnant women as it may cause muscle contractions in the uterus and uterine bleeding
  • Breast-fed infants of lactating mothers should experience no problems when mother takes usual amounts as part of a balanced diet. It is however always advisable to consult with your nutritionist, herbal or medical practitioner.


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