Herbs And Its Uses
Herbs And Its Uses: Herbs have been used to enhance flavors while cooking since ancient times.Besides providing flavor it also has health benefits. Below mentioned are such 10 herbs.Read below to know more!
- Basil: The eugenol in basil makes it a great remedy for people suffering from inflammatory bowel conditions or arthritis.
- Coriander: Corriander improves digestion and possesses anti-inflammatory properties as it contains chlorophyll which prevents inflamation. It balances hormones and removes heavy metals from the body.
- Cinnamon: Cinnamon is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits. It rapidly induces the expression of tristetraprolin, an anti-inflammatory protein.
- Cloves: They help treat inflammatory disorders like arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, and allergic rhinitis.
- Fenugreek: Anti-oxidative properties in them relieve inflammation by getting rid of inflammation-related skin issues.
- Ginger: It contains compounds called gingerols that offer free-radical protection and inhibit nitric oxide production.
- Mint: It is also cooling, and works great topically for bruises, swelling or sprains. It is great for digestion and works wonders for relieving inflammation.
- Parsley: Vitamin C in parsley is a powerful anti- inflammatory agent that provides relief in people with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It also contains a volatile oil, eugenol which is a strong anti-inflammatory substance.
- Sage: Rosmarinic acid- an active ingredient in sage inhibits the inflammatory response of the body by altering concentrations leukotriene B4 (an inflammatory messaging molecule). It is a great seasoning for those suffering like arthritis, bronchial asthma, and atherosclerosis.
- Turmeric: Turmeric is one of the best anti- inflammatory herb. Conventionally, turmeric has been used as a remedy for inflammatory conditions like arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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