Black pepper, red pepper, peppermint, cumin, thyme and cinnamon are at the head of our most famous spices. However, there are dozens of other spices. Some local, some of them do not fit my taste, some are not accustomed. However, the number of spices we use in the winter months and the amount of the four seasons to increase.
Some of the spices have direct antimicrobial action. The same microbes fight off, preventing infection. One of the basic features strengthens and accelerates metabolism. We see that garlic, coriander, onion, turmeric grass, nettle grass, eucalyptus, cumin, sage and lime are supporting and alternative to diabetes treatment.
The important thing is where and how the spring will be dried. Dried spices should be stored in cool, sun-free places and in glass jars that are tightly closed, especially in the absence of air. In our homes, if we need to transfer, we should use fresh spices with our spice mills. The shelf life of powdered products is much shorter.
Always consume garlic, ginger and red pepper flakes in every season
Influenza, cold and respiratory infections are common in winter. As natural antibiotics, garlic is especially important in your meals. As much raw as possible should be consumed. Garlic, which has protective effects against cancer, also prevents the growth of bacteria called Helicobacter pylori, which leads to health problems at the same time. In addition, ginger tea is effective in upper respiratory tract infections. It also provides a great flavor when you join the food, helping with the nausea. Pain relief is available. Red flake strengthens the immune system, reduces heart attack risk. Pain reliever and anti-inflammatory properties. They also battle with micros and adjust the stomach acidity.
Such products must be packaged, licensed, and labeled on the label, including the content, quantity, usage and shelf life of the product. Otherwise, it is possible to encounter serious health problems. Tables that extend up to the bankruptcy of the kidneys and which may upset the gastrointestinal system may arise. The daily dosage and dosage should be strictly observed. You can add red pepper flakes, red hot pepper, mint, thyme, sumac if you need it. You can add as much spring as you like a teaspoon of a cup of water. If you have yogurt or salatane, you can prepare a spice mixture as much as a dessert spoon, and add or spice it in.
Health Benefits of Spices
Red Pepper: Accelerates metabolism. Battle with cancer cells. Accelerates blood circulation and affects sexual performance positively. Used for flu and cold.
Cumin: Good for gas and indigestion complaints.
Black pepper: Antipyretic, spasm remover, antioxidant and diuretic.
Coriander: Antimicrobial, killing germs.
Turmeric: Cleans the liver from toxins, strengthens the mind. Protect your body against cancer.
Ginger: Energizes, regulates immunity.
Rosemary: It protects your heart health, has antimicrobial effect,
Thyme: Supports our immune system thanks to its antiseptic and tonic properties.
Mint: Spiral and degasser, cooling, stimulant and antioxidant,
Carnation: It removes the smell in the mouth. Dental and gingival pain has partial antibacterial and antibacterial properties. It is a healthy habit to keep a carnation after the special meals in the mouth during the day time intervals.
Vanilla: This stimulating effect on the stomach and nervous system removes nervous disorders and restores spirit.
Cinnamon: Provides the regulation of blood sugar. Facilitates digestion.