SPICE UP YOUR HEALTH

We all use some sort of spices in our day-to-day food items, but we don't know how beneficial they are for the minor dysfunctionality of our body. Before stepping out to get some over the counter drugs to cure your issues just take some time to look through your kitchen essentials, as we never realise how much magic can be found within our homes. It is always better to have some homemade remedy than any pain killer or antibiotic.

Turmeric

The commonly used spice in our Indian households has several health benefits to it. The presence of curcumin makes it a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredient. It is good for conditions like arthritis as curcumin relieves pain and inflammation.

Cinnamon

The ordinary-looking cinnamon bark has an abundance in antioxidant content amongst all other spices. It is good for radical damage by lowering blood sugar and bad cholesterol levels in the body. It also has antimicrobial, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Clove

This small-sized ingredient enhances the flavour of your dish with being a rich source of manganese, along with having strong anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It works amazing for an infected tooth and gum relieving pain. Including cloves in our daily diet can also boost immunity and improve digestion along with helping fight cold and cough.

Cardamom

Cardamon is the queen of spices and is more than just a flavour-enhancing spice with an array of health benefits. It is one of the best cures for urinary tract infections (UTI). Cardamom being rich in manganese and other nutrients help prevent heart diseases and improve the body's blood circulation.

Cumin

Cumin is used in many traditional Indian recipes as it enhances the flavour along with being rich in fibre is great for the stomach. Cumin is also a great source of melatonin - an enzyme that induces sleep and helps beat insomnia.

So, never underestimate the power of the ordinary-looking spices present in our homes as they are one of the best things that we could give to our body.

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