Super Spices For Health

Super Spices For Health
June 26 11:12 2014 Print This Article

images (1)With so many spice types available, it can be difficult to know which ones to go for? So I put together an information of some spices to help you on your way. And even if you don’t like super spices, you can still enjoy the health advantages of natural spices by taking these spices in capsule or pills form; which can be purchased at any good nutrition store.

1. Turmeric

The Turmeric is a relative of ginger and has been used for centuries in Indian Ayurvedic medication (the science of long life) as an anti-bacterial and antiseptic agent to cure disease, swelling, injury treatment, inadequate digestion etc. It is also a staple ingredient in Indian, Chinese, and Malaysian Delicacies. Turmeric is the business because it contains the highly effective cancer-fighting polyphenol Curcumin.

2. Cinnamon

We know it as a component in plenty of foods. It’s got a bit of heat and is sweet at the same time. Plus, health research has shown it can help to decrease cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure levels and help the body with type 2 Diabetic issues.

3. Ginger

Most likely the ginger is no stranger to your dishes. It’s a flexible essence that’s respected for its digestive advantages as well as anti-inflammatory effects. It’s amazing for those vulnerable to upset tummies.

4. Cayenne Pepper

I first experienced Cayenne Pepper while performing the Master Cleanse Detox and it is highly powerful. Cayenne Pepper has Capsaicin, which is the effective substance that creates your mouth, lips and everything else on the feel like it’s on fire. Turns out Capsaicin also has cancer fighting ability.

5. Cumin

Cumin is a spice that can be used to cure skin conditions like psoriasis, regulate the digestive function and it was even used by early Egyptians for the mummification process. Thymol, a substance found in cumin, enhances digestive function, and the spice’s anti bacterial qualities could help enhance the defense mechanisms. In food preparation, cumin’s strong and highly effective taste creates it a common component in hot recipes popular in Indian, Northern Africa and Spanish cuisine.

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I am John and I'm a professional health blogger. My aim is to share my knowledge in the medical field with my readers. You can ask your doubts or share your thoughts in the comment section.

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