Sage (Salvia), cinnamon, rosemary, cumin, clove and many spices will make your house a home, a healthier person from you.
Spices are a source of health.
We often forget this fact and use them only because of their scent and taste that contributes to a delicious meal.
No kitchen can be imagined without these spices, and we remind you of their peculiar properties.
Spices like remedies
Sage – Salvia
It is believed that this Mediterranean plant has many health benefits, and among other things, it improves memory.
Sage contains and is also rich in rosemary acid that helps in inflammation in the body and is a powerful antioxidant.
In addition, it helps to reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Also, women use it traditionally in menopause to relieve hot flashes (pains).
Cinnamon helps stimulate digestion and appetite.
This ingredient is the best spice for weight loss, smoothes the stomach, improves digestion, reduces flatulence, and nausea.
It has also been proven to help balance blood pressure, making it an ideal spice for people that suffer from diabetes.
Cinnamon is a popular spice that is rich in antioxidants and also relieves menstrual problems.
Oregano is the spice that is a rich source of vitamin K and antioxidants, which is important for improving the body’s ability to withstand infections.
In addition, it prevents blood clots and improves bone density.
Oregano has also strong anti-inflammatory attributes and is traditionally used to treat dysfunctional and gastrointestinal problems.
Also, people use this spice to treat menstrual cramps and urinary tract inflammation.
But this spice can also be used to remove dandruff.
In the summer it is good to have oregano at the window because its aromatic odor repels insects.
Coriander seeds help stimulate secretion of insulin that helps lower blood sugar levels.
This is particularly useful for diabetics.
It is believed that the coriander lowers the level of bad cholesterol (LDL).
At the same time, it is increasing the level of good (HDL).
It also acts as a natural antibiotic.
It is traditionally used to improve memory and concentration.
Rosemary can also relieve stress and it`s it an ideal spice for students and those who need more intellectual effort throughout the day.
This brilliant spice also helps with circulation, digestion, and heartburn.
Rosemary contains a high level of antioxidant and has antimicrobial properties.
It is known that anise seeds improve digestion and relieve nausea.
It is also good for the breastfeeding women because research has shown that it encourages milk production.
Anise acts as a calming and relieves a cough and cold symptoms.
It also acts as an aphrodisiac because it helps to boost libido.
Wild thyme has strong antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, and it especially helps in the treatment of bacterial respiratory infections, acne, and candida.
Thyme also helps to reduce blood pressure.
This spice strengthens immunity as it is rich in iron and vitamin C.
Cumin improves digestion, cleanses the liver and helps with insomnia, can treat cancer and diabetes II type.
They are good for stomach calming and help with digestion.
Cloves have antimicrobial properties and destroy parasites and bacteria in the digestive tract.
They help and cure a cough, and are traditionally used to alleviate a toothache.
You need to have and also use these spices at your home to get all health benefits from them.