All of us might think of the spices that we use in our dishes as just to enhance the taste of our food, but today we have here this post for you that shows how spices can be very beneficial for our health in many other ways like fighting cancer, reducing inflammation, improving heart health and many more benefits.
Chili pepper can not only spice up your dish but also can be very much beneficial towards our heart health, curing prostate cancer and different ulcers, lowers cholesterol, clear congestion and improve your immunity power. As chili peppers have high vitamin A it can also increase your metabolism rate and weight loss becomes easy.
This yellow powder has many benefits as it as anti inflammatory. Secondly it also fights against cancer, relieving arthritis pain, improving the immunity power in our system, control diabetes and works very well with improvement of heart health.
You might love the taste of cinnamon in your food but let me tell you, other than the good taste cinnamon is very rich in manganese and fiber. It controls diabetes, prevents blood clotting, improves digestion and also improves heart health.
Ginger has great medicinal value as it is known very much to help with setting up your stomach. It helps with nausea, gastric ulcers, removing different pains like menstrual, muscular and migraines. Along with all these benefits ginger adds a twist to your dishes so hook up with ginger more often.
Oregano contains vitamin K and is known to be one of the best anti oxidants, oregano is anti bacterial and also removes stomach bugs, so putting a pinch of oregano herb can actually be very beneficial.
Thyme is normally used in soups and roasts. This herb can be used by using its oil or fresh as it is highly anti bacterial especially in preventing you from infections, also it fights effectively against staph and E. coli.
Rosemary fights against Alzheimer’s disease and also it is known to be anti cancer herb but also too much of it is not so good for health. Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean. Today it is widely produced in Spain and other parts of the world.