How to include spices for different health benefits?

How to include spices for different health benefits?

Long before contemporary medication, the ancient Greeks used a variety of spices and herbs for their healing properties.

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Hippocrates (460-377 BCE) used saffron, cinnamon, thyme, coriander, and other plants as treatments, which later turned into 'Nani and Dadi ka Dawa khana.'  

People still use today as holistic remedies for fevers, aches and pains, and other ailments.   Spices play a meaningful part in how we cook and devour food worldwide. Every herb and spice has its flavoring and core, and its addition or deletion can make or break a dish. There are many spices we use in our day-to-day cooking; these include popular ones like cumin, black pepper, turmeric, and coriander seeds. In ancient times, India attracted traders from remote parts of the world searching for exotic spices.   They not only add taste to your meals; however, the herbs and spices additionally add color that brings a vibrancy that might otherwise evaporate with the fumes of your delicious food. Growing your herbs also can be a form of relaxing therapy.  

Spices can keep you healthy if consumed regularly. So, if your cabinet doesn't include any of these essentials, you should grab them NOW. These herbs and spices can prevent cancer, lower cholesterol, fight the flu, and common colds, and more!  

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Haay haay Mirchi aka Dried red pepper: Dried red peppers can lessen the chance of colon and skin cancer. Red pepper flakes prevent the spread of prostate cancer in men. It even helps in alleviating migraines. So, if you've ever seen one of your friends or coworkers putting large amounts of dried red peppers in pasta or on pizza, you now know why. Plus, it helps you to eat fewer calories.  

Adrak aka Ginger: Ginger is learned to have originated in South-East Asia and has a place in many Chinese traditional therapies. It has been used to help digestion, ebb nausea and help fight the flu and common cold. Ginger is a vital ingredient in the conventional 'Kadha' recipe too. And the evergreen 'Adrakwali chai.'  

Elaichi aka cardamom: Cardamom hails from India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Indonesia. It is the world's third most expensive spice. A rich source of vitamin A and vitamin C, calcium, iron, and zinc, this spice promotes heart health, helps in digestion, enhances oral health, helps in diabetes, helps fight depression, fights asthma, prevents blood clots, and treats skin infections.  

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Haldi aka Turmeric:  Turmeric, sometimes called curcumin, is one of the most popular spices used today for cooking and health benefits. Laboratory studies have shown that turmeric has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic benefits. Thus, every time you fall sick, your mother never fails to force-feed you with 'Haldi Wala Doodh.'  

Dalchini aka Cinnamon:  Cinnamon is a favorite household spice that has been used throughout the world for ages. It has many antioxidants that protect the body from body diseases and have many anti-inflammatory properties. Cinnamon forms a part of many exotic dishes and is currently trending because it reduces tummy bloat. It may even be beneficial for the aging brain and helps lower blood pressure.   Indian spices' benefits are surplus and verified by several researchers around the world. Suppose you wish to improve your health while enjoying tasty food. Spices will not only give you a wholesome flavor but also prevent several diseases by fighting free radicals and increasing your body's immunity.


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