HOW HERBAL FORMULATION STIMULATES FITNESS AND HEALTH

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Herbs cannot be regarded as medicine only for the weak. It is in fact used for fitness purposes and to build strength as well. Some of them in the list below cure anything from lowering cholesterol to cancer.

Dried Red Pepper – This herb is used as a garnish to heat up the dishes mainly because of its main property – capsaicin. It helps prevent all sorts of cancers from colon to skin. Add it add as a spice in any sauce and reap its benefits!

Nutmeg – This sweet spice is known to cure E.coli the deadly disease, salmonella and other germs to its antibacterial compounds. You can add it to a dessert or pie or even to soups or pancakes for that extra dash of sweet earthiness.

Cumin ­– Cumin, among other hosts of benefits, helps stop tumour growths and calms the digestive tract because of its potent anti-inflammatory properties. You can add it to almost curry and for meats to consume cumin in its most viable state.

Turmeric – Turmeric is good for almost any bodily function and hence it is the most favoured spice to be used in Indian and other Asian cuisines. It cures the common cold and even inhibits cancer cells from multiplying in the body. For fitness and since it helps blood flow, turmeric is good for preventing type 2 diabetes. Use turmeric as a quencher with warm milk and honey, or add it to stews and curries for the extra colour and host of benefits.

Ginger – Ginger is good in the digestion process. It helps relieve bloating and heartburn caused by indigestion. Ginger can be drunk as a tea or added to many dishes including a fresh veggie stir-fry.

Sage – This is a relaxant herb, so its benefits include lowering blood pressure. It also helps beat cholesterol, therefore quite the herb for health addicts. Sage is good for the heart as a whole and prevents heart disease. Pair sage with pepper for that added effect.

Peppermint – Mostly used in chewing gums and other mouth fresheners, peppermint is known to aid in digestion as well. Peppermint is a good source of vitamins A and C. Add it to dips or chew the leaves for that burst of freshness.

Garlic – Garlic is used a lot in many cuisines and rightfully so. Garlic has anti-cancer properties that inhibit the growth of cancer cells in the body. It is also known to reduce cholesterol and prevents heart diseases from occurring. Add garlic to nearly any dish but the best way to benefit from it is to either eat it raw or boil it in milk and swallow the entire concoction.

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