Many herbs and spices can have a positive effect on digestion, if you add them to familiar dishes. However, in all important measure. In some diseases they can provoke an aggravation, writes likar.info.
Anise is popular in Asian cooking spice. It is added to the dough when cooking pies, homemade muffins, cookies and bread. Also anise is used for soups and meat dishes. Anis have a positive effect on digestion, has spasmolytic effect in intestinal colic.
Basil is a very popular spice in Western cuisine and the main ingredient in the cooking of pasta pesto. Flavonoids Basil have antibacterial properties provide protection against bacteria at the cellular level. Basil also has antispasmodic and tonic action and stimulates the appetite.
Bay leaf is a main element of French and Mediterranean cuisine. Bay leaf improves digestion, helps with diseases of the skin and joints, the skin, has significant benefits in the treatment of migraines and diabetes.
Cardamom seeds as well as powder form, used as a spice. Cardamom can be added to soups, sauces, meat and fish dishes, pilaf, pastry. In China it is added in tea. But wherever you added cardamom, it invariably has a positive effect on digestion, helps with headaches, colic, flatulence and heartburn.
Coriander (cilantro) is also used in seed form and powder form. This spice can be added to soups and seafood, and mushrooms. Coriander is a wonderful means of increased gas, nausea, indigestion, poor appetite, low acidity.
Fennel, as the leaves and seeds are used in vegetable dishes, added to soups, salads, marinades, serves as a decoration of various dishes. Dill is rich in minerals, vitamin C and flavonoids. One tablespoon of dill contain more calcium than 1/3 Cup of milk. Dill improves digestion. Its essential oils activate the secretion of bile, eliminate putrefactive processes, relieves pain and helps with flatulence.
Fennel is used in many cultures. Added in potato dishes, stews, sauces, biscuits, puddings, used as a seasoning for fruit dishes, well combined with cinnamon. Fennel – good source of vitamin PP, C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and copper. Finchley tea used as a remedy for headaches related to poor digestion.
Ginger is an important ingredient in Asian cuisine. It has long been used in Chinese medicine as a means of relieving nausea, digestive issues. Ginger normalizes the process of digestion even in people with “weak” stomachs. Ginger would never harm to human health and will not create imbalances in the body.
Oregano is a spice known as oregano. The name spice is derived from the Greek words “oros” mountain, and “ganos” joy, i.e. “joy of the mountains”. In cooking, use dried leaves and flowers of plants, and fresh oregano leaves. This spice added to pasta, pizza, salads, goulash, mushroom dishes, vegetable dishes, eggs, cheese, seafood. Oregano stimulates the appetite and facilitates digestion.
Rosemary is often used in French, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine for marinades, fish, mushrooms, potatoes. Goes well with other spices such as garlic, parsley, oregano. Rosemary has an antiseptic effect, have long been used as a means of improving digestion, memory, used to treat colds, headaches, nervous tension.