About Spices

Known as the king of spices, no food preparation is ever complete without black pepper, Cardamon, Red Pepper, Bay Leaf, Turmeric, Carom seeds, Cinnamon, Coriander seed, Cumin seed, Garlic etc. With its sharp and mildly spicy flavor, it is used as both a spice and seasoning. Spices goes very well along with other spices to enrich the flavor and taste of the food. Not only that, Ayurveda has been using this herb for its beneficial properties for more than a thousand years now. With its great antimicrobial properties, the herb is rich in manganese, iron, vitamin C & K and potassium.

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  • Health Benefits of Spices

Spices and herbs have been in use for centuries both for culinary and medicinal purposes. Spices not only enhance the flavor, aroma, and color of food and beverages, but they can also protect from acute and chronic diseases. More Americans are considering the use of spices and herbs for medicinal and therapeutic/remedy use, especially for various chronic conditions.

This review highlights potential health benefits of commonly used spices and herbs such as chili pepper, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, turmeric, fenugreek, rosemary, and garlic.

However, the actual role of spices and herbs in the maintenance of health, specifically with regards to protecting against the development of chronic, noncommunicable diseases, is currently unclear.

Spices and herbs such as clove, rosemary, sage, oregano, and cinnamon are excellent sources of antioxidants with their high content of phenolic compounds.

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