Spices and herbs make your food taste better, but they can also make your body feel better. Natural healers have been using herbs to combat ailments for centuries. Recently, we have been able to acquire scientific research that backs up what these healers have been doing for generations.
Knowing which spices affect which bodily systems is a great way to stay on top of your health. Of course, herbs are no replacement for modern medicine, but they are a great supplement to what doctors and medicine can offer.
Saffron Is The Most Expensive Spice For A Reason
Saffron, which will dye your food a gorgeous vibrant yellow, is the most expensive spice you can have in your pantry. One pound of saffron sells for a minimum of five hundred U.S. dollars. This stuff is hard to harvest, which accounts for its hefty price tag.
Researchers have found that eating saffron daily brightened the moods of those with mild-to-moderate depression. Saffron has also been proven to work as a libido booster. Women who eat saffron during “that time of the month” report that it lessens their menstrual cramps.