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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Use of Spices for Optimal Health and Healing

Spices can be regarded as something to improve a main course, but that does not mean to say that their health benefits may be underestimated or ignored. They can be used to prevent and combat, an extensive catalog of diseases. Then there's the possibility of spices as a way to serve the detoxification of the body. Whether it is the demands of daily life; Dealing with stress that dealing with a series of chemical or environmental toxins, harmful microorganisms ... spices can certainly help when it comes to managing and maintaining optimal health and healing. 

Here are my 10 examples only some of these wonderful health benefits spices. 

Of immune system building and helps to fight infections to cancer prevention / resolution, garlic has a variety of health benefits. Other features include reducing bad cholesterol, lowers blood pressure and helps control blood sugar. 

Cloves help to reduce pain, such as dental pain and inflammation. It can also be used as a digestive aid. 

Nutmeg helps promote healthy circulation. It can help you to cope with stress and fall asleep more easily. It is also known to act to improve memory, as an antiinflammatory agent and an antibacterial. 

Turmeric is said by some to be the "healthiest spice world!" It is the bright yellow spice that is in curry. It can also be used as a supplement. Its powerful bioactive compounds (curcuminoids) have a strong healing effect. It has powerful anti-cancer, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effect. 

Ginger contains Ayurveda there are pharmacy status! Cleaning up sinuses, causing muscle and joint pain, help with digestive problems such as nausea, promote absorption and assimilation of nutrients ... are just some of the health benefits. 

Spices generally contribute to the circulation and metabolic function of the body. Pfefferkorn is no exception. It is also well suited for use on small surface cuts and scrapes, acts as a cleaning agent. 

Red clover 
It was pointed out that red clover is not to be used during pregnancy and lactation by those with bleeding disorders, or. It was, however, used for pain relief, with anti-inflammatory properties. It was said that the pain relief from red clover, which is the compound eugenol, myricetin and salicylic acid found in the flowers. 

Thymol is the major component when thyme oil. This is what its health benefits. It helps increase healthy fats such as omega-3 in the cell membranes belong to vital organs such as heart, kidney and brain. This can have the effect of reducing aging. Thyme also contains flavonoids contribute to its antioxidant properties. 

Rosemary is good source of calcium for maintaining bone health and vitamin B6 for nerve function, mood enhancement and energy production. Rosemary also helps with circulation, improving memory and digestive support beneficial intestinal bacteria. 

How about sweet potatoes and turnip mash then add sage butter! Sage also mixes well with parsley, rosemary and thyme (remember the Simon and Garfunkel song?). Sage is known to serve as a memory aid and soothe a sore throat. 

It is hoped that this limited list, the reader, further encouraged to look into the benefits of spices for optimal health and healing.

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