Check out these spices useful for all types of Health conditions

Cardamom has antimicrobial properties that target common bacteria linked with common cavities.

By Author  |  Pranay Mukherjee  |  Published: 22nd Apr 2019  9:46 pm
Nutritional necessities

These sweet smelling seasonings are useful in acting against all types of health conditions
Spices are an important aspect of food and some beverages today and have been used for a long time. This is because of the array of health benefits and nutritional value they provide. Check out why it’s necessary to spice up your life.

Cardamom

*The methanolic extract from cardamom is the component that aids in controlling gastrointestinal conditions such as acidity, flatulence and stomach cramps.

*The essential oil of cardamom is one of the major oils used in anti-stress aromatherapy and is useful in handling stressful conditions.

*Cardamom has been used in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine to deal with dental problems for centuries now. Cardamom has antimicrobial properties that target common bacteria linked with common cavities.

Cloves

*Cloves contain nutrients that are integral in the functioning of the body. The fibre in clove prevents constipation, vitamin C strengthens your immune system and vitamin K is integral for the clotting of blood.

*Clove is useful in stimulating the digestive enzymes, which in turn acts as a cure for flatulence by eliminating gas.

*Having strong antiseptic and analgesic properties, cloves are very useful in treating bruises and scrapes. Its anti-inflammatory properties make it useful in treating swelling as well.

Cinnamon

 Nutritional necessities

*Cinnamon is filled with powerful antioxidants such as polyphenols that protect the body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

*Cinnamon oil has been shown to be effective in treating respiratory tract infections caused by fungi.

*The compound MHCP in cinnamon mimics the effect of insulin by increasing the glucose uptake by your cells. It acts at a slower pace than insulin.