This golden spice is a very powerful healer. It prevents helps growth of cancer cells and the anti-inflammatory properties reduces swelling. This spice also acts as an antioxidant that helps lower cholesterol.
Cinnamon is said to have the ability to reduce blood sugar levels. It also contains antioxidants that help lowering levels of bad cholesterol. In women adding this spice in your diet will also ensure less painful cycles.
Ginger candy is an instant cure to motion sickness and helps curb nausea. It improves your digestive process and prevents stomach problems. It can help regulate blood flow, thus maintaining your blood pressure.
Basil is said to be a great de-stressor. Try a tea made of basil leaves and ginger for relief from indigestion, headaches and fever. Chewing on leaves of basil could also reduce symptoms of bronchitis and asthma.
Garlic lowers bad cholesterol and controls blood pressure. It has anti viral properties that help clear sinuses. It helps digest iron and protein. A powerful antioxidant protects against damage from free radicals.
Cumin powder in water with salt and lemon will help diarrhea. It also acts as a blood purifier and is an excellent remedy for stomach cramps. Due to its cooling properties, it is added to most drinks and juices.
Mustard has anti inflammatory properties and is said to restore normal sleeping patterns in women with symptoms of menopause. It also reduces severity of asthma and lowers high blood pressure.
Saffron is a powerful antioxidant and is said to be an anti-depressant. A little saffron in your tea can help relieve your of a cold too. Saffron also has antiseptic and anti inflammatory properties.
Known as elaichi, this spice is also effective in helping with stomach problems. It also improves your circulation to your lungs. Boil water and add mint leaves and cardamom to it and known to help with hiccups.
Mint can help ease symptoms of the irritable bowel syndrome. It is also has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Mint oil rubbed on your forehead soothes headaches. Mint paste applied on pimples can help with acne.
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