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Medicinal properties of turmeric

Turmeric

Turmeric is one of the oldest spices in India. This is called the ‘saffron of the poor’. Turmeric, which is available at a lower price, gives the same benefits as expensive saffron. Turmeric is a crop used for food coloring, flavoring, and medicinal purposes.


Yellow is an herb that combines beauty, health, and spirituality. Its scientific name is 'Curcuma Longa'. Turmeric contains a chemical called curcumin, which gives turmeric its color and has a variety of benefits that are available in turmeric.

Turmeric physiology

Turmeric plants grow up to 60 to 90 cm in height. Its leaves are clustered. The turmeric tuber is a long root that sprouts from the bud on the stem and goes into the soil. It is used as a sacred object during Tamil rituals.

In Indian cuisine in general, turmeric plays an important role. Without the use of turmeric, major Indian cuisine would not be complete.

Turmeric varieties

There are many types of turmeric, only a few of which are widely used.

There are many types of turmeric such as mutta turmeric, kasthoori turmeric, finger turmeric, black turmeric, naga turmeric, kanjiratna turmeric, monkey turmeric, kuda turmeric, wild turmeric, jack turmeric, wood turmeric, and black turmeric. Of these, ‘Alappuzha Turmeric’ is considered to be the best turmeric in the world.

The use of turmeric

Black yellow, heals sores, rash. Can also be applied topically to dandruff and eczema. Curry turmeric is what we use for cooking. If you powder your finger turmeric and mix it with milk and drink it daily, you can control diabetes. Grind wood turmeric with neem leaves to cure measles. The musk turmeric bow has a flattened scent, which is used for beauty. The mutta turmeric will be round in shape and will be put on the face.

Tamil Nadu women have been using turmeric to beautify their face and body since ancient times. There is no substitute for turmeric in removing blemishes and waxing and brightening the face.

Medicinal properties of turmeric

Gives radiance to the face
As turmeric is a natural sunscreen, it is used by Indian women as a nourishing product for the skin. This prevents hair growth in unwanted areas of the face and body.

Gives protection to the skin

If the turmeric powder is rubbed directly on the skin, the anti-bacterial substance in it will remove blackheads and give protection to the skin from the impact of the sun. To heal wounds on the skin, mix honey with turmeric powder, apply and soak and wash.

Softening the feet

To get rid of cracks on the feet, mix turmeric powder with coconut oil and rub it on the cracked areas, the cracks will disappear quickly and the feet will become soft.

Reducing swelling

Swelling of any part of the body can be cured by grinding turmeric powder and onion and rubbing it on the swelling. Mix lemon juice with turmeric powder and apply it on the scars caused by measles.

Breaking down tumors

Dip Kasthoori turmeric powder in onion juice and apply it to the tumors to cure. Grind Kasthoori turmeric and apply it on the affected area over moderate heat to reduce pain and swelling.

Reducing the impact of measles

It is customary to grind neem leaves with turmeric in case of measles. Spraying turmeric water around measles sufferers will destroy the germs that cause the infection and prevent further spread of the disease.

Helps to tighten the loose stomach

If you rinse your mouth with distilled water mixed with turmeric powder, the sore throat will heal and the cold will go away. It is advisable for women to add a little extra turmeric to their diet after childbirth. This helps to reduce the belly caused by after childbirth and helps the stomach to return to its old state. For women, postpartum abdominal pain, uterine problems, turmeric powder is good to eat.

Acts as a disinfectant

If the skin on the face is rough, grind basil with turmeric and apply. The skin will become soft. This is because of the high disinfectant in turmeric. Applying turmeric to doorsteps, and spraying turmeric throughout the house are due to its disinfectant property. This will prevent bad germs from entering the house.

Stimulates hunger

Turmeric stimulates appetite and aids digestion. It has the power to cleanse the blood and kill insects.

Tooth problems will be solved
Controlling and reducing diabetes and leprosy. Brushing your teeth with turmeric powder will cure many dental ailments.

Ideal for poisoning

The turmeric broth smells good, and gives color, and cures stomach related issues. Protects meat varieties from spoilage for long days. If you grind green turmeric and apply it as a coating on beetle and spider mites, the poison will go down.

The cold will go away

Burn finger turmeric and inhale the smoke through the nose, it cures colds, headaches, and sneezes. If turmeric smoke is inhaled through the mouth, the alcohol will dissipate. Bathing in turmeric will get rid of body odor.

Health Benefits of Cloves

Cloves 

Clove is a medicinal herb. It is used as a medicine and as a spice in cooking. This is a plant that originated in Indonesia. Although it is mostly cultivated in Indonesia, it is widely cultivated in India and Sri Lanka. Clove is also known by many names such as Ilavangam, Ansugam, Urkadam, Karuvaikkrampu, Sosam, Thirali, Varangam.

The use of cloves


Clove is an important ingredient in cooking, seasoning for curries, and in the preparation of curry spices. Clove is also used in perfumes and soaps.

Nutrients contained in cloves


Cloves contain carbohydrates, moisture, protein, volatile oil, fat, fiber, mineral, hydrochloric acid ash, calcium, phosphorus, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin C and A.

Cramp contains 70 to 90 percent of the chemical eugenol. Cramps also contain other oils such as acetyl eugenol, vanillin, tannins, and flavonoids. This is why it is also used as an anesthetic in dental treatments. Clove can cure coughs, fevers, and colds as well.

Clove oil


Clove oil is extracted from the bud, leaf, and stem of the clove. Clove is one of the main ingredients in our daily toothpaste. The agility in it is refreshing to the mouth.

Medicinal uses of cloves


The best solution for oral problems

People with bad breath and toothache can take cloves. Its aroma is used in toothpaste to get rid of bad breath. The ‘eugenol’ in it cures edema effects caused by inflammation. It acts as an excellent pain reliever.

Solving sexual problems


Men can apply clove oil on their genitals to prevent premature ejaculation. Clove oil is also a good remedy for erectile dysfunction. It is also good to avoid overuse.

The digestive problem will be solved

Clove helps to secrete the right amount of enzymes in the digestive organs. Thus eliminating digestive disorders.

Vomiting is controlled

Make cloves like powder and take along with 1 tablespoon of honey to stop vomiting. The chemical in cloves tightens some organs in the stomach and prevents vomiting.

The headache is cured

Clove is used to treat headaches in ancient medicine such as Unani. Applying clove oil on the scalp and drinking cloves with milk and salt is the best remedy for headaches. Grind cloves and salt with cow's milk and apply the paste on the scalp to cure headaches. Salt absorbs water from the scalp to reduce headaches and provide relief.

Stomach problems will be solved


Clove helps in correcting stomach problems such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, flatulence, abdominal pain, constipation, and keeping the stomach and intestines healthy. Increases the body's immune system and increases the number of white blood cells.

Preventing cancer

Studies show that cloves help prevent cancer by stopping the growth of free radicals in our bodies.

Fights germs


Clove and its oil can fight bacteria and germs. Clove can expel bacteria in the stomach and teeth.

Improves blood flow


Clove helps to make the body fat, helps the body's metabolism, balances the body heat, and regulates blood flow.


Cholera is cured


Cholera may be simply and successfully treated by cloves boiled water. 

Throat problems will be solved

Eating cloves with cooking salt will cure throat irritation, sore throat, and solve throat problems. To avoid irritation caused by throat congestion, the best solution is to eat fried cloves.

Respiratory problems will be solved


Take three drops of clove oil with honey and garlic juice and eat it before going to bed to cure bronchitis caused by asthma.

People who eat a lot of food and drink alcohol, take a clove and put it in their mouth, and chew it. Clove also cures vomiting, digestive problems, and diarrhea.

Health benefits of pepper

Pepper

Pepper is called ‘black gold’. There can be no one who is unaware of the benefits of pepper. It is widely used not only in cooking but also in medicine. Pepper is an important ingredient not only in our country but also in almost all the dishes that can be cooked in the world. Pepper gives a good aroma and taste to food.


Pepper morphology

Pepper is a flowering vine plant that belongs to the plant family 'Piperaceae'. The vine of the pepper plant spreads the best aroma when the fruits are dry. The fruits are then plucked, dried, and used. The vine, leaf, and root of the pepper are useful parts. Kerala is the largest producer of pepper in the world.

History of pepper

There is various interesting historical information about pepper. In ancient times pepper was exported from Kerala to Arabia via the Arabian Sea. From there, it was shipped to European countries. The Europeans were more interested in our country's pepper and spices. So they searched for India by sea. Those who came to buy pepper gradually expanded the business and took over our country and took us.

Nutrients contained in pepper

Nutrients in 100 g of pepper,
Energy - 225 calories, Carbohydrates - 64.81 K, Protein - 10.95 K, Fat - 3.26 K, Fiber - 26.5 K, Vitamin A - 299 IU, Thiamine - 0.109 mg, riboflavin - 0.240 mg, niacin - 1.142 mg, vitamin C - 21 mg, vitamin E - 4.56 mg, vitamin K - 163.7 mg, sodium - 44 mg. Kg, Potassium - 1.25 kg, Calcium - 437 mg, Copper - 1.127 mg, Iron - 28.86 mg, Magnesium - 194 mg, Manganese: 5.625 mg, Phosphorus - 173 mg,
Zinc: 1.42 mg.

Types of pepper


There are two main types of pepper, black pepper, and tail pepper. Pepper fruits are dried and used all over the world as a spice, medicine, and food flavoring. Pepper comes in a variety of flavors, including black pepper, white pepper, red pepper, and green pepper. 

The alkalinity of pepper is formed by the chemical piperine in it. Powdered pepper can be found in kitchens all over the world.

Health benefits of pepper

May smoothening the functioning of the digestive organs. Increases the efficiency of the heart, lungs, lungs, and digestive tract. People suffering from asthma are advised to chew five peppercorns daily.

Breaking down toxins
The proverb is ‘If there are ten peppers, we can dine at enemy's home’. Pepper has the ability to break down toxins in food.

Helps with digestion

Pepper increases the body's production of hydrochloric acid and aids digestion. Pepper is also a good remedy for coughs, sore throats, and constipation.

Cognition increases

The peppermint in pepper stimulates the cognitive function of the brain. Thus enhancing memory. It also helps the brain to function better without aging. The result is the prevention of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, and aging.

Reducing blood clots

piperine, a substance found in pepper, helps to keep blood pressure in balance. piperine also has the property of absorbing the amount of curcumin-like substances present in turmeric, which helps the body to gain good strength.

Colds will go away

Ancestors discovered over 5000 years ago that pepper helps solve many health problems. Pepper helps in immediate solutions to problems like colds and coughs. Immediate relief from cough and cold is obtained when honey is mixed with pepper and consumed.

Chest mucus will go away

If you add honey or palm sugar with pepper, the cough will stop immediately. Add ten basil leaves, ten peppermint leaves, 200 ml water and bring to a boil and drink.

Reduce bodyweight

Pepper helps to reduce body weight. It helps prevent the accumulation of fat in the abdominal muscles and other parts of the body. Thus, weight gain is reduced and helps to achieve balanced body weight.

Respiratory problems will be solved

Pepper helps to alleviate problems like colds and coughs. It also removes blockages in the airways and helps to alleviate problems such as sinus and nasal congestion.

Constipation problem and diarrhea cured

Pepper helps the body secrete large amounts of hydrochloric acid and other digestive acids. These help in easy digestion of food items. Also prevents problems like constipation and diarrhea. Also, pepper helps to solve the problem of gas forming in the stomach.

Cures asthma

The anti-asthma properties of pepper can easily prevent asthma problems. Also cleans the trachea and makes breathing easier.

Fights infections

The antibacterial properties of pepper help in the fight against diseases. This reduces the spread of the disease and helps it to heal faster.

Eyesight is clear

Pepper helps greatly in clearing the eyesight. If eaten with ghee, it will improve the health of the eyes.

Increase the health of the teeth

The anti-inflammatory properties of pepper prevent the impact of bacteria and prevent tooth pain. Pepper is a good remedy for any ailment related to teeth and mouth.

Helps prevent cancer

The piperine in pepper helps prevent cancer. It also contains selenium, curcumin, beta carotene, and vitamin B which remove impurities from the intestinal tract. Thus preventing cancer in the intestinal and stomach areas.