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8 Spices That Promote Digestive Health

8 Spices That Promote Digestive Health

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be notified whenever we publish a new video. 8 Spices That Promote Digestive Health 8 Spices That Promote Digestive Health. There are many interesting medicines hiding
in the pantry or sitting on the spice-rack. You may not realize these medicines are there
and simply waiting for you to use them to support digestive health. Many of them are sold in health food stores. Relevant scientific evidence exists to support
the efficacy of these spices for digestive health. According to the National Institute of Health,
various spices activate several digestive processes. Culinary Medicine Made Easy. Most common spices promote digestive health
in various ways. The reason for their medicinal properties
is the volatile oils contained in the various seeds, leaves, and roots we use as spices. The volatile oils are aromatic, meaning they
either dissolve or evaporate easily. Aromatic oils can soothe and stimulate healthy
digestion by supporting tone of smooth muscle in our digestive organs. Garlic is an example of a potent spice with
potent aromatic oils. Medicinally, it is used to support physical
health during times of infections. Other spices are used for digestive health
as well. For example, the reason for the heavy use
of spices in Asian and South American cooking is because it promotes healthy digestion and
creates wonderful flavors simultaneously. Which Spices Support Healthy Digestion? The blanket answer to this question is. All of them. However, some stand out as most commonly used
and each has a different effect. Taking a look at some of these spices and
their effects on digestive health will provide some clarity. 1. Cumin. This spice comes from seeds and is usually
found as a ground powder. Over the past decade, this handy remedy has
gained immense popularity in health food and supplement stores. According to research by the National Institute
of Health, cumin can soothe intestinal spasms while promoting proper movement of the bowels. It is commonly used in South American and
Indian cooking. 2. Fennel Seed. This seed is sold both whole and as a powder. It can be used to make a tea, which soothes
colic symptoms in babies. Drinking fennel tea after meals ensures healthy
bowel movements. Most importantly, it is an excellent remedy
for digestive spasms and gas. 3. Ginger. This root adds a slightly spicy and strongly
aromatic quality to foods. You can find it as a whole, fresh root, as
a powder, in pills, and ready-to-go tea bags. It stimulates the digestive system to release
proper enzymes and acids to digest food more efficiently. As a tea, it works well for nausea and morning
sickness. 4. Black Pepper. So commonly used as a seasoning, black pepper
stimulates healthy digestion and enhances nutrient absorption. An extract of black pepper is used in many
dietary supplements to improve absorption of herbs and vitamins. Spices Tackle Parasites. When it comes to the digestive system, it
is generally considered that we all have some kind of parasites in our intestines. Normally, this is kept under control by the
immune system and a healthy diet. However, using parasite-killing spices can
greatly improve digestive well-being. 5. Oregano. This powerful herb from the cupboard not only
supports a healthy immune system, but parasites hate it. Oregano can be used as a tea to chase out
parasites and even kill many of them. It is available as extracted oil for more
intensive use. 6. Thyme. Like oregano, thyme is a potent germ fighter
with anti-parasitic qualities. 7. Garlic. A potent parasite killer, garlic can be incorporated
into any meal or even eaten fresh for more potent healing power. 8. Cloves. Parasites dislike cloves almost as much as
oregano. You will find it in virtually every digestive
support supplement on the shelves of health food stores. It also helps the intestines to clear out
waste more efficiently. All spices have beneficial effects on digestive
health. Spicy peppers have been shown by the CDC to
calm symptoms of many digestive disorders. Turmeric and coriander can be used in cooking
to support healthy bowel movements. It is wonderful how nature has provided us
with so many plants and their various parts to help us heal and stay healthy while making
our culinary creations more delightful. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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