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Food Selections that Contribute to Health

cardiovascular disease, cancer, and leukemia. They can also be used to

treat problems with digestion, to treat symptoms associated with diabetes,

and to treat other numerous diseases.

Pumpkin can be consumed before going to bed to help treat insomnia.

They are also a great component of any diet for those who want to lose

weight. They are helpful against colds, coughs, and tuberculosis -- mashed

pumpkins also contribute to the reduction of fever associated with bronchitis.

Spices do not only elate...

One of the traditions that we have inherited from our ancestors is the

use of different spices and herbs in modern cuisine. Housewives use them

actively for cooking both special meals and everyday dishes: salads, appetizers,

side-dishes, meat and fish. When used correctly and in reasonable doses,

spices do not only improve the taste of a favorite dish, but can also

positively affect the body.

The use of spices throughout history has given mankind a chance to explore

the medicinal properties they normally contain. For example, the antioxidant

properties of ginger, turmeric, tormentil, anise, dill, sweet flag and

origanum have been known since ancient times. Some of these spices significantly

increase the amount of milk that a nursing women can produce. Certain

herbs are also quite effective when people suffer from psychosomatic disorders.

In modern medicine, however, the practice of using herbs and spices

for their medical properties is not very common. It should be noted that

despite the current medical stance that professionals have taken, spices

actually do provide a number of benefits. They improve hearing and sight.

They also stimulate clear thinking.

Cinnamon is a well-known spice that has wonderful medicinal and culinary

properties. The native lands of the cinnamon tree are Ceylon, southwest

India and south China. The bark of the tree serves as the spice and it

is cut by a knife made of copper. Cinnamon tree bark contains valuable

ether oil, and also resin, starch and tannin.

Cinnamon contributes to the improvement of digestion. It also stimulates

appetite and strengthens the stomach. Cinnamon is a wonderful remedy against

catarrhal diseases, and extracts of cinnamon tree bark suppress are known

to suppress the growth of more than 15 malignant bacterium -- including

Koch’s bacillus.

Chinese cinnamon eliminates the negative influence of henbane, and if

dropped into the eyes it can help prevent cataracts. It dissolves gallstones,

cures all kinds of stomach swelling, and even helps treat snake bites.

In Indian medicine, cinnamon (like ginger) is considered to be almost

a universal herbal medicine. The main treatise of Tibet medicine, “Tchud-shi,”

recommends using cinnamon in combination with other herbs. For example,

cinnamon in combination with pomegranate and pepper is an irreplaceable

medicine against indigestion, hoarseness, shortness of breath and liver

disease.

Cinnamon is widely used in modern cooking. It combines well with cherries,

apples and pumpkins. A lot of people are fond of having tea with cinnamon

in it. The best advice is to combine useful food with delicious food in

order to be healthy.





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