Golpar seeds also called "Persian Hogweed," are used as a spice in Persian cooking. These seed pods are slightly bitter. They are usually sold in powder and are often sold as "Angelica Seeds". The powder is sprinkled over beans and potatoes. Golpar is also used in soups and stews and it is often sprinkled over pomegranate seeds. Golpar can also be mixed with vinegar into which lettuce leaves are dipped before eating.
This plant has many medicinal properties and used for the treatment of convulsions, inflammation, and fungal disease.
Net Wt. 1 Oz (28 gms).