1. Fresh ginger – great for digestion/stimulating appetite, anti-platelet &; anti-inflammatory properties and can work brilliantly in reducing things like nausea, morning sickness, bronchitis/asthma etc.
2. Turmeric – arguably the most powerful cancer preventer/fighter in the world, natural anti-histamine, anti-septic renowned for drawing toxins to it, great for cleansing liver etc. f
New research has shown that turmeric reduces alcoholic liver damage in rats.
*Use only in small amounts 4-5 pinch/day max.; don’t overheat.
3. Cardamom – warming herb, good for stomach; lung areas and settling mind generally great for giving a nice sweetness, e.g adding to milky items porridge, cereals
* Note just use small (cooking) amounts. Do not try and treat a condition you may have through a large quantity of a herb/spice. Consult a trained practitioner for any advice concerning a particular condition.
** If you would like an Easy Spicing recipe sheet for knowing how to simply add a range of healthy spices to your vegie based meals go to https://www.healthspeaker.com.au/dietnutritionrecipes