It is estimated that spices in the form of wild herbs were part of our diet back in the days of primitive human communities. Some of the spices we use today have a tradition of change that goes back thousands of years. Numerous spices are rich in antioxidants and ingredients that have anti-inflammatory effects. They further speed up digestion and speed up metabolism.
Garlic-pages and texts are written about the healing properties of garlic.It has a positive effect on preventing the development of cardiovascular disease. The antimicronic action of garlic protects the body from infection. Use in daily diet is recommended.
Red spicy pepper-hot pepper comes from capsaicin. Capsaicin is a compound that is attributed to the properties of ulcer prevention, pain relief and a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. Paprika contains beta carotene which is a powerful antioxidant.
Ginger helps with colds, nausea and digestive problems. Enhances circulation. Relieves stomach cramps. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties. It has an analgesic effect on certain painful conditions.
Cinnamon-contains calcium, manganese and iron. Reduces nausea and reduces bloating. It has a positive effect on blood sugar and triglyceride levels.
Turmeric – in recent years, a lot of attention has been paid to research on a wide range of applications and the positive effects of this spice. Turmeric has a preventive effect on many cardiovascular diseases. Preserves brain function, diabetes, arthritis, depression and cancer.
Clove – an indispensable ingredient in fruit compotes and jams. It has a positive effect on digestion. It is good for soothing stomach cramps. It is used as an adjunct to anti-diarrheal agents. It is used to relieve toothache and sore throat.
Basil-has a taste that inevitably resembles summer. It contains magnesium, iron, calcium and beta carotene. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. Reduces pain due to arthritis.