Herbs are the leaf part of a plant that is used in cooking – these can be used fresh or dried. Any other part of the plant, which is usually dried, is referred to as a spice. These include, for example, bark (cinnamon), berries (peppercorns), seeds (cumin), roots (turmeric), flower (chamomile), buds (cloves) and the stigma of a flower (saffron).
Herbs are a fantastic way to add flavour and colour to any sort of dish or drink, whether sweet or savoury, without adding fat, salt or sugars. In addition to flavour and colour, they each also tend to have their own set of health-promoting properties.
Generally, fresh herbs are delicately flavoured, so if adding them to your cooking, do so in the last few minutes. Tasting your dish as you go along will help you tell if you’ve added enough. If not enough herbs are used, then little difference will be made to the flavour of the dish, but if too many herbs are added, their flavour will overpower other ingredients.
Health benefits of herbs
Consuming herbs may help to prevent and manage heart disease, cancer and diabetes. It may also help to reduce blood clots and provide anti-inflammatory and anti-tumour properties. Research is ongoing but studies have shown that:
1. Garlic, linseed, fenugreek and lemongrass may help lower cholesterol.
2. Garlic is useful for people with mildly elevated blood pressure.
3. Fenugreek can help control blood sugar and insulin activity (as can linseed, flaxseed and cinnamon).
4. Garlic, onions, chives, leeks, mint, basil, oregano, sage and many other herbs can help protect against cancer.
5. Herbs are rich in antioxidants, especially cloves, cinnamon, sage, oregano and thyme, by helping to reduce low-density lipoproteins (‘bad’ cholesterol).
6. Fresh herbs often contain higher antioxidant levels compared to processed or dried herbs but if you are using herbs in order to harness their health-promoting aspects first and foremost, aim to add your fresh herbs at the end of cooking or as you serve to preserve these properties.
Below is a combination of herbs that are good for many health problems. But before you read on, I urge you to please take a moment of your time to click on the follow button at the right top corner of your screen so you don't miss out on daily healthy tips from Healthmatics.
BENEFITS OF THIS COMBO FOR WOMEN
- Treats ovarian cysts
- Treat fibroid at the beginning
- Treats salpingitis (blocked tubes)
- Treatment for ladies who suffer from painful periods.
BENEFIT OF THIS COMBO FOR MAN
- An aphrodisiac not comparable to viagra
- Restores strength to men of a certain age.
- Stimulates sexual appetite in men
- Treats oligospermia (abnormally low levels of spermatozoa in semen.)
- Treats azoospermia (azoospermia is the absence of spermatozoa in semen, this disorder may be of congenital origin or appear later)
- Treats sexual weakness and premature ejaculation.
GENERAL BENEFITS OF THIS COMBO FOR MEN & WOMEN
- Treats blood diseases (sickle cell disease, diabetes)
- Relieves oral diseases, cancer, high blood pressure and regulates blood sugar levels.
- It heals the fontanelle of the baby at birth.
- it cures migraine, repeated insomnia, cough, colds, flu, stuffy nose, general fatigue, tuberculosis, hepatitis B and C, eye pain
Peel the garlic and bitter cola and pour into a bottle or plastic container. Peel the ginger, cut into smaller pieces and pour into the bottle too. Slice the lemon into the bottle too. Now pour your alcohol into it and allow it to settle for 7 days.
Take a shot glass : morning and evening 30 minutes before or after meal.
Don't forget to share this information too because someone on your friends list might also need this information.
Like and share this article with your friends and loved ones. Remember to say thank you down in the comment section.
Content created and supplied by: Healthmatics (via Opera News )