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Golpar or persian hog weed are common names of Heracleum Persicum. It produces flowers and belongs to Apiaceae family. Plant has a wide growth in Iran and in adjecent areas. In northern norway, plant is usually known as Tromso palm. Its height can be 150 to 200cm and flowers bloom from july to september.
In Persian cooking, seeds are famous for spice.
They are bitter in taste.
They are thin and have small size.
Mostly, their sale occur in powder form.
Broad beans, lentils and potatoes have unique taste with these sprinkled seeds.
These seeds can also use in soups and stews.
Many people use letuce leaves with the mixture of golpar and vinegar.
Small amount of hogweed can be used for making the digestive system good.
Petals of hogweed are famous for making the spice mixture to add flavor in many dishes.
Cure herbals have natural extracts of hogweed which are purely refined from their own refinery system and are available internationally.