Spices In Kitchen & Their Benefits

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Spices In Kitchen & Their Benefits


Turmeric is  an orange  color spice which adds flavor to Indian dishes. This spice is a member of ginger family. Turmeric helps in treating arthritis, heartburn, stomach pain, diarrhea, intestinal gas and loss of appetite. Turmeric is also used as a topical treatment for issues like skin inflammation, infected wounds and ringworm.


This Spice has most ancient roots in India however it is now used in many cuisines worldwide, often paired with salt. Black pepper aids in digestion, congestion, soothing an upset stomach and is helpful in stopping bleeding on cuts when applied topically.


This spice is used in Indian food as well as in indain chai to add flavor. To get full benefits of this spice you have to break the outer shell of the spice. It can be used for digestive problems including bloating, gas, heartburn and loss of appetite. It can even treat bad breath and is commonly used as an after-meal breath freshener. It is used for the prevention of skin cancer as well.


This tiny spice which looks like a flower is used in various cuisine worldwide. In cosmetic uses, clove is found in toothpastes, soaps and perfumes. Indian healers have used it in oils, flower buds, and its stems form part of array of medicine. For example, clove is possibly effective in helping with premature ejaculation when applied directly to the penis.


This bark-like spice originated from Sri Lanka. This helps in regulating type 2 diabetes. This spice is also used to treat  PCOS, Amenorrhea in females.


Disclaimer: Above examples and suggestions are an opinion and based on various researches conducted worldwide from time to time. Please consult a physician before trying.


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