We are aware of how important it is to take care of your peace and tranquility, so today we want to tell you all about anti-stress herbs and spices. Get to know them and share this information with your best friends!
We share the best of each of the special ingredients to relieve stress. In addition, we will tell you some tips that can help you control your emotions to be in harmony with your body.
The lavender is a natural relaxant super favors for your rest. Just by smelling the oil or the lavender flowers you will feel a relaxing effect, it will even make you sleepy because its essence lowers the heart rate and blood pressure.
The chamomile is related to the relief of any condition of the organs of the digestive system. It is super good to improve digestion, promote the expulsion of intestinal gases, relieve stomach pain, avoid nausea or vomiting, as well as for the treatment of other ailments such as colic, gastritis and gastric ulcers.
The Peppermint possesses effective components to treat nerve problems. These components act by relaxing and avoiding the possible consequences that this condition may cause. If you've had a stressful day, have a cup of peppermint.
The star anise is a natural stimulant that helps reduce fluid retention, which results in eliminating accumulated toxins and fluids. Put it to the test!
The cardamom is a powerful stimulant of the nervous system due to its high aromatics content oils. It is believed that for this reason the aphrodisiac properties are attributed. If yes or no, put it to the test with your partner.
The pepper white serves to clear sauces, while black is very good in almost everything else. If you are going to use it, we recommend adding it freshly ground.
The vanilla is essential to enhance the flavor of creams, sauces, ice cream and pastries in general.
The saffron in threads or ground, gives fish and rice an unmistakable aroma and color. If you have never used it, you will love its taste.
The cinnamon ground or slit, to prepare a classic rice pudding, custard, sauces, and specialty oriental.
While sprinkled, freshly ground nutmeg is great on top of a cauliflower, cooked Brussels sprouts, or in a mashed potato.
High blood glucose, also known as hyperglycemia, occurs when there is too much sugar in the bloodstream. Low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, is the result of too little glucose in the bloodstream. Hyperglycemia usually occurs because your body doesn’t produce enough insulin or can’t properly use the available insulin to remove the glucose from the bloodstream.