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Perhaps one of the most overlooked sources of amazing nutrition are the spices we use to inject flavor into our main dishes. Spices are what bring meals to life!

While we don’t often consume spices in large quantities, even small doses can be powerful providers of nutrients, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, vitamins, minerals, and more. With this bundle, you can share 20 powerful healing spices and their healing benefits.

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  1. Cumin – Excellent for digestion, cumin first starts its work when the scent kick-starts saliva enzymes in your mouth, which is the first step to digesting foods. The compound Thymol is found in cumin, which activates the pancreas to secrete digestive enzymes, as well as bile, to stimulate digestion.
  2. Oregano – Oregano is said to calm upset stomachs as well as ease headaches. It’s an antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, and expectorant that is high in Vitamins A, C, and K.
  3. Cardamom – A great spice for nausea, vomiting, and excessive thirst. Cardamom is also good for cholesterol control, regulating blood pressure, removing congestion in the chest, helping to relieve urinary tract infections, and stimulating taste buds.
  4. Cayenne Pepper – The main substance found in cayenne is capsaicin. Its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties have made it one of the main ingredients in many over-the-counter products that treat muscle pain and arthritis.
  5. Cinnamon – Cinnamon has powerful antioxidant properties that protect cells from free radicals and can help fight Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. It can also prevent blood clots and is beneficial for the heart.
  6. Cloves – Besides being an incredibly potent antimicrobial, cloves also have the advantage of being able to soothe pain. They are a perfect source of vitamin C, which helps the body defend against infection and can be used to lessen the pain of toothaches.
  7. Cayenne Pepper – The main substance found in cayenne is capsaicin. Its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties have made it one of the main ingredients in many over-the-counter products that treat muscle pain and arthritis.
  8. Bay Leaves – Bay leaves hold antimicrobial and antioxidant properties and have been shown to provide antifungal properties, which can help fight candida and heal wounds. Bay leaves can also have an impact on the gastrointestinal system by promoting urination, which helps release toxins in the body.
  9. Turmeric – Its anti-inflammatory properties make it ideal for relieving the pain caused by carpal tunnel syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. Turmeric also contains vitamin A, C and E, and can prevent cataracts.
  10. Black Pepper – Black pepper has vitamin C and A, flavonoids, carotenes and other antioxidants that help remove harmful free radicals and protect the body. The piperine in black pepper helps ease digestion and becomes twice as potent when combined with turmeric.
  11. Fenugreek Seeds – Due to its estrogen-like properties, fenugreek seeds have been found to help increase libido and lessen the effect of hot flashes and mood fluctuations, which are common symptoms of menopause and PMS. It’s also shown to reduce cholesterol levels and protect heart health while boosting the immune system.
  12. Paprika – Paprika has four carotenoids: beta-cryptoxanthin, beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. All four function as antioxidants, but the first two are converted into the form of vitamin A that is used in the eyes to turn light into vision and is needed to produce the protein that makes skin.
  13. Garlic – Strongly antibacterial and antifungal, garlic can help with yeast infections, some sinus infections, and the common cold. It can also help lower heart disease risk and acts as an antioxidant.
  14. Parsley – Parsley is a great help when preventing and treating kidney problems, bladder infections and prevent bloating caused by menstruation. It can also be used to treat bad breath.
  15. Oregano – Its use as a health-boosting herb is centuries old. It contains high amounts of omega-3s, iron, manganese, and antioxidants. It’s also considered to be antibacterial, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antiviral and immune stimulating.
  16. Nutmeg – Nutmeg contains Myristicin, a substance that inhibits one of the enzymes that contribute to Alzheimer’s disease. It can also improve memory and be used as an antidepressant.
  17. Garam Masala – According to ancient Ayurvedic texts, garam masala was born because it provides the right balance of warmth and heat needed for optimal metabolism. It’s also believed to boost immunity, promote weight loss, help with digestive processes, alleviate pain and lower blood sugar levels.
  18. Saffron – It may cost a lot, but the qualities of this spice make it a miracle medicine. Saffron can treat depression, increase blood flow to the brain and is beneficial when treating degenerative eye diseases.
  19. Mint – This herb has been used as a stomach tonic for a long time. It is essential in calming stomach muscle spasms, easing hiccups and counteracting nausea. Used in tea or food, it can even help reduce headache pain.
  20. Mustard Seeds – Mustard seeds have a good source of selenium and magnesium, which help reduce the severity of asthma, lower blood pressure, restore normal sleep patterns in women going through menopause, and reduce the frequency of migraine attacks.
  21. Star Anise – Star anise promotes appetite and digestion and relieves chest complaints and flatulence. It’s a primary source of shikimic acid, a plant-based chemical, which is a precursor to antiviral drugs. Besides, being an antibacterial and antifungal medicine, it’s also been reported to help cope with rheumatism.
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