Most of these herbs are beneficial to our bodies if around one teaspoon of each is taken on a daily basis, however some can be used on their own in order to combat specific problems. A general rule is that the herbs with stronger aroma are the herbs with stronger benefits. Herbs can be eaten in their normal form or dried, just make sure they are sealed in a container that is airtight.
Oregano’s antioxidants help to improve one’s immune system by aiding the body in getting rid of free radicals. It works as an antifungal and antibiotic as well. It gets rid of various infections such as yeast infection as well as fungal growths.
One of the symptoms of aging can be pain in the joints and muscles. The anti-inflammatories in cinnamon help relieve the pain that often comes with arthritis. It is also rich in antibiotics that help against decaying teeth, disease of the gums and infections of the urinary tract. It also eliminates E.coli. Cloves have similar effects to cinnamon and are beneficial for the same reasons, however cloves have the highest antioxidant content out of all the spices. They can also be used as a gentle anesthetic and are often given to those suffering from pains in the mouth and throat.
Turmeric is a strong anti-inflammatory that is commonly used in holistic medicine. It is full of antioxidants and is really powerful when it comes to healing the body. The reason turmeric is so beneficial is due to its curcumin content. This compound is effective as fighting cancer and warding off diseases such as Alzheimer’s. It has been found to eliminate cancer cells in the colon and lower risks of various age-related illnesses. Ginger is another strong anti-inflammatory spice