Home made mixed spices without the flour, anticaking agents and msg’s

  • Benefits of Thyme

    — Thyme is a very flexible herb that we use almost daily in our kitchens. It’s been shown to be antiaging and good for the heart, colds, colitis, bacterial infections, and ulcers. Black Pepper This unassuming spice actually packs an anti-inflammatory punch. The distinctive flavor of black pepper comes from the chemical piperine. Even at low doses, piperine has been shown to reduce inflammation. It can inhibit the spread of cancer and has been shown to suppress the perception of pain and arthritis symptoms.
  • Benefits of Basil

    — Basil is an herb that has been shown to have beneficial properties for type 2 diabetes, cholesterol, pain, stress, ulcers, and high triglycerides.

    Benefits of Dill

    — Dill provides great flavor for fish, vegetable dishes, and dressings. It can support healthy digestion, aid in bone density, and create a calm energy.
  • Spices For Greater Health

    — Clove is great for your teeth and gums, helps fight bad bacteria like H. pylori (responsible for ulcers), and can inhibit viruses like herpes and hepatitis C. — Cumin has beneficial properties for cancer, epilepsy, type 2 diabetes, and bone health. — Paprika helps with indigestion, cardiovascular health, and circulation; is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory; and contains vitamins A, E, K, and C. — Turmeric is wonderful as an anti-inflammatory spice if you’re experiencing arthritis, swelling, or inflammation around your menstrual period, or any other autoimmune-type symptoms. Incidentally, it’s wonderful for your skin and a natural anti-wrinkle remedy. It can also protect against radiation from the sun or x-rays. Be sure to pair with black pepper to activate turmeric’s healing properties.
  • Herbs For Greater Health

    — Paprika helps with indigestion, cardiovascular health, and circulation; is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory; and contains vitamins A, E, K, and C.
  • Salt, garlic powder, orange peel, Parsley, rosemary, oregano, Onion powder, sweet basil, cumin
  • Chili Peppers (Capsaicin) The countless varieties of hot peppers we have today began as one small shrub (Capsicum annum), native to tropical regions of the Americas. The chemical capsaicin is what makes a pepper hot. And it’s capsaicin that’s been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect in your body. Any type of chili pepper, such as cayenne or jalapeno, contains capsaicin. You can use chili peppers fresh or powdered in a wide variety of dishes, including desserts. Supplements containing capsaicin are often mixed with other herbs to create natural anti-inflammatory blends.
  • Garlic powder health benefits: Garlic powder is additionally used as a solution for infection, especially chest and fungal infections, digestive problems.
      • Garlic powder also controlsblood glucose levels. Garlic extracts bring down the blood homocysteine level.
      • In naturopathy, garlic powder is used as a treatment forintestinal parasites and intestinal worms.
      • Garlic is awesome for the circulatory system and heart.
      • It has been demonstrated to lower cholesterol and thin the blood, prevent stroke, hypertension and heart illness.
    • Blocks the development of tumour cells, people who eat garlic have a tendency to develop less stomach and colon malignancy.
  • Ingredients: Salt, paprika, sugar, chilli powder, cloves, black pepper, basil, sage, thyme, onion and garlic, coriander, and cumin
  • Curry powder is a mixture of up to 20 different herbs and spices, including the commonly used: cardamom, chiles, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, mace, nutmeg, pepper, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, saffron, tamarind and turmeric (which gives curry its characteristic golden color). Curry powder is a blend of many spices, and comes in almost infinite varieties Curry powder is largely composed of turmeric. The word "curry" is widely believed to be a corruption of the Tamil word kari, variously meaning something like sauce, cooked vegetables or meat. Through the mass exportation of the condiment to the western table, throughout Europe and North and South America, Curry powder was then largely popularized during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In Indian cooking curry is freshly ground each day (making it far more pungent and flavorful than the mixes sold in the store). Each curry powder can have different component spices, in differing amounts--making each curry blend unique. Curry powder is used in soups, and of course, curries. It is also used as a thickening agent in fish and meat dishes. Curry powder also can be used simply to accent a normal meal: pasta, stew and spaghetti. Use in meats, poultry, sauerkraut, eggs, fish, vegetables, tomato juice. Curry powder is also used in dips, chicken salad, and fruit salads.
  • Curry powder is a mixture of up to 20 different herbs and spices, including the commonly used: cardamom, chiles, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, mace, nutmeg, pepper, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, saffron, tamarind and turmeric (which gives curry its characteristic golden color). Curry powder is a blend of many spices, and comes in almost infinite varieties Curry powder is largely composed of turmeric. The word "curry" is widely believed to be a corruption of the Tamil word kari, variously meaning something like sauce, cooked vegetables or meat. Through the mass exportation of the condiment to the western table, throughout Europe and North and South America, Curry powder was then largely popularized during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In Indian cooking curry is freshly ground each day (making it far more pungent and flavorful than the mixes sold in the store). Each curry powder can have different component spices, in differing amounts--making each curry blend unique. Curry powder is used in soups, and of course, curries. It is also used as a thickening agent in fish and meat dishes. Curry powder also can be used simply to accent a normal meal: pasta, stew and spaghetti. Use in meats, poultry, sauerkraut, eggs, fish, vegetables, tomato juice. Curry powder is also used in dips, chicken salad, and fruit salads.

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