No matter if you use a little or a lot- spices can make a huge impact on the flavor of your food and on your body. Knowing the right spices can greatly help your overall quality of health.
Here we will look at some of the most common spices and herbs used today.
Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine, and western herbalism and dentistry where the essential oil is used as an anodyne (painkiller) for dental emergencies and various other disorders. Use of cloves may cause adverse effects if taken orally by people with liver disease, blood clotting and immune system disorders.
Cinnamon can help combat type2 diabetes, and helps the body become more sensitive to the hormone insulin. This super spice helps promote a healthy heart by improving blood pressure, also known for its anti aging properties- we recommend this spice above many others.
This small flower has been used for centuries, and has many mysteries surrounding it. Saffron can help reduce your risk of heart disease by controlling blood sugar levels. This mysterious flower is linked to fighting free radicals and can also increase your eye sight by fighting macular degeneration
For many years gardeners and farmers have been using mustard as a top crop to help combat soil degeneration caused by tomato plants. This old world spice can help combat uterine cancer, increase red blood cell formation, and can help promote stronger bones.
Garlic is widely used across the globe for its amazing flavor, but did you know it can boost your immune system, fight toothaches, and help with blood circulation. Studies have even shown that garlic can help with your seasonal allergies.
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