Kitchen Spices and What They’re Good For
Helps lower cholesterol, strengthen the heart, increase and can help open airways when you’re decongested. Sprinkle a little in a cup of hot chocolate to spice things up in the bedroom, chili has been known to increase libido.
It’s a natural anti-inflammatory that’s also good for the heart. It helps maintain blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It is also helps prevent the growth of Candida.
Gingerol is a compound found in ginger known to have medicinal value. It helps your body to better absorb nutrients, it can soothe a sore throat, or help ease acidity. It’s also packed with cancer fighting antioxidants.
It’s actually packed with vitamin C, so it’s great for immune support, and it helps keep blood pressure low.
It’s a simple one, but try a spoonful full of honey with some black pepper sprinkles next time you have a cold. It's help reduce inflammation and soothe the pain. It’s also a natural multi-vitamin with everything from iron and magnesium, to vitamins A, C and many more.
It’s helps to promote healthy hydrated skin, and strengthens the immune system. It can even be made into a natural hair dye.
It’s perfect for an upset stomach. It helps with indigestion, stress, and is a natural detox. Some say eating nutmeg is a great way to take care of your kidneys and liver.