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Clove

One of the famous player in the spice group is the 'Syzygium aromaticum' , commonly known as clove. It's a herb native to Indonesia,Coming from the Malaku or Moluccas Islands- also known as the spice islands. Initially,It became a very coveted and a costly product at its early times, since a kilo of this plant would cost about 7 grams of gold. Its aroma and flavor were reserved only for the most wealthy people then.Today, cloves are found in spice racks and grocery stores throughout the world, and a growing body of scientific evidence supports their use as a natural remedy against harmful microorganisms.

Some of the benefits Cloves are :Helps to reduce mouth ulcers,used for cough and cold symptoms,can be also used as a natural mouth freshner,helps to fight nausea,avoids bloating, increases blood circulation,helps to control high blood pressure etc., Clove is definitely a spice to keep at home. It is a home remedy for many ailments.

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Black pepper

It is the world's most important spice, due to its near-worldwide popularity and the effect meeting its demand had on global trade and exploration. It has long been thought to contain healing qualities.If used black pepper makes foods bolder versions of themselves.According to reviews of scientific evidence, black pepper health benefits range from major antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to antitoxic ability (in the colon), tumor killing, thyroid support, treatment of the common cold, fever reduction and many more. .

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flavours of kerala
flavours of kerala
Cardamom

Cardamom is used to spice both sweet and savory dishes. It is widely employed in Indian, Middle Eastern, Arabic, and Swedish cuisine. It comes in two types and is used as whole pods, seeds, or ground. Cardamom is found in the garam masala spice mixture that seasons meat and vegetable dishes, and in hot beverages such as masala chai and Turkish coffee.Cardamom seeds or pods are sometimes chewed to refresh the breath and as a digestive aid.Cardamom has various uses ascribed in traditional medicine. 

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Nutmeg

It is of no exception,it is a favourite spice with a long list of health benefits,It is a sweet spice widely used in cuisines throughout the world. It is valued for its sweet aroma.Said to be a native of Indonesia, found in the Spice Islands, it is the seed of the fruit of an evergreen tree known as Myristica fragrans. The nutmeg tree is also valued for its medicinal properties. The leaves and other parts of the tree are used in extracting essential oil as well as nutmeg butter, which are used for the purpose of beauty and have other health benefits. Nutmeg is packed with nutrients: minerals such as magnesium, manganese and copper; and vitamins such as B1, B6, etc.

Its benefits are listed below:

  • The ability to relieve pain
  • soothe indigestion
  • strengthen cognitive function
  • detoxify the body
  • boost skin health
  • alleviate oral conditions
  • reduce insomnia
  • increase immune system function
  • prevent leukemia
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flavours of kerala
flavours of kerala
Tea

Drinking tea is an excellent way to support the body through detoxification. You can make tea hot or cold and squeeze in the juice of an astringent fruit such as grapefruit, lemon, or lime to refresh and revitalize your cells.

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Star Anise

Star anise is a star-shaped spice that is used for cooking and medicinal purposes in Asian cultures. These star pods grow off of the evergreen tree 'illicium verum' that grows in parts of Southeast Asia.

The pods can be used to make star anise tea. This tea has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat colds and respiratory congestion, as well as a way to help regulate hormones in women and promote lactation.

We should definitely use it in our diets for the following reasons :antifungal, including against candida

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flavours of kerala
flavours of kerala
Cinnamom

Cinnamon is a powerful spice that has been used medicinally around the world for thousands of years. It is still used daily in many cultures because of the widespread cinnamon benefits, not to mention its distinctly sweet, warming taste and ease of use in recipes.Interestingly enough, researchers have found that cinnamon ranks No. 1 out of 26 of the most popular herbs and spices in the world in terms of its protective antioxidants  levels. It also boasts a wide range of other health benefits, including antibacterial, antifungal and anti-diabetic properties.

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Lemon grass

Lemongrass is a great way to add a slight lemon flavor to your food. Like using chives in your kitchen, a little can go a long way for adding something special to a meal. Due to Lemongrass’s woody texture, it should be finely chopped or removed from the dish before serving.Lemongrass may be best known for its usefulness in repelling mosquitoes and ticks.

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flavours of kerala
Virgin coconut oil

Virgin coconut oil is said to be the new ‘miracle oil’ is not only good for body care. It is also supposed to guard against certain health conditions as well as help to alleviate and even cure many other diseases and disorders, some of which are listed below:

  • Helps with the immune system performance.
  • Boosts the production of insulin in Type2 diabetes patients.
  • Good for brain health.
  • Gives you good cholesterol and improves its ratio, which in turn reduces the risk of heart disease.
  • Treats abscesses and boils when used as an oil-pulling compound.
  • Helps to prevent nausea, especially in pregnant women.
  • Treats scabies and other skin diseases.
  • Protects against some kidney diseases, dissolves kidney stones, and prevents bladder infections.
  • Treats jaundice and helps eradicate the symptoms of the disease by treating the problem at its root which is the liver.
  • Possesses antioxidant properties that inhibit oxidation.
  • Shrinks moles and warts and other similar skin growths.
  • Treats psoriasis, a common skin condition that abnormally speeds up the life cycle of skin cells.
  • Great for the skin. Virgin coconut oil also promotes nail and hair growth.
  • Boosts energy and increases endurance, especially for athletes and exercise enthusiasts.
  • Good for oil pulling (an ancient Ayurvedic dental technique used to draw out toxins from the mouth).
  • Possesses teeth-whitening properties and is also beneficial for gum health.
  • Reduces problems associated with cystic fibrosis.
  • Improves bowel and digestive functions.
  • Its use reduces the risk of heart disease etc.,
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flavours of kerala
flavours of kerala
Coffee

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the western world. Brewed from coffee beans, this drink has been used by many to kick-start their day. Recent studies, however, have shown that there are multitude health benefits of coffee beans.Here are some of the health benefits of drinking coffee.

  • It can help you lose weight.
  • Great source of nutrients.
  • Can prevent type II diabetes.
  • Can boost energy levels.
  • May help prevent liver disease.
  • May help prevent heart disease.
  • Can protect you from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
  • Can make you smarter
  • May lower the risk of Parkinson’s
  • Can fight depression
  • Can improve physical performance
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Aracnuts

It is considered to be a ‘fruit of divine origin’ in Hindu religious ceremonies, as it is a vital ingredient of idol worship. In southern Asia, it is perceived to have medicinal values, including as an aphrodisiacs, breath-freshener and with digestive properties.

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Cashews

Cashew nuts are also high in selenium, whose antioxidant property helps destroy free radicals in the body; copper that helps absorb essential minerals in the blood; and zinc helps build a strong immune system. Cashew nuts are also rich in protein, which helps children build bones, muscles, blood and organs. They also contain magnesium that contributes to bone growth.they are also high in fat content. Actually, they are rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, which benefit the heart. These fats also lower bad cholesterol levels in the blood.

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flavours of kerala