Muscle aches, headaches and stomach disorders can disrupt not only our normal rhythm of life, but also ruin our summer vacation. In these moments, it is good to know which aromatic spices can help you. Write them down.
Freshly chopped or grated aromatic ginger is an amazing addition to your summer smoothies, salads, soups, dishes, sweets, teas.
Ginger benefits the digestive system, has anti-inflammatory properties and has been found to reduce stomach pains as well as pain in rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia.
Some experts recommend not only consuming it, but also applying it as a compress on the forehead for headaches or arthritic pains.
y makes it one of the most preferred summer spices. Fresh mint leaves contain a compound called menthol, which acts as an effective muscle relaxant.
Add it to shakes, salads or tea whenever you feel back pain, digestive pain, abdominal cramps, stomach upset, sinus pain.
Green tea is valued for more than just its cancer-fighting, weight-loss, and brain-boosting benefits. It, like mint, acts as a muscle relaxant and contains large amounts of epigallocatechin gallate.
Proven to have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and helps relieve joint pain. You can make a powerful combination against pain and discomfort by making an iced green tea with some mint and ginger in it.
Oregano is a classic herb that is a great addition to your savory dishes and beyond. You can add it to your tea, marinades, salads, sauces, soups, etc. Dried or fresh, it is good to make it a part of your kitchen because it is rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals.
Helps to reduce inflammatory processes in the body and in various forms of arthritis.
A highly aromatic herb that goes well with baked potatoes, meat, fish, salads, beans and more. Rosemary is in the mint family and also has pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.
The rosmarinic acid contained in it has anti-microbial properties and helps fight viruses and bacterial infections.
A universal spice that we consume every day, especially during summer days. Fennel has been used for centuries for muscle pain, rheumatoid and stomach pain. It soothes colic not only in adults but also in babies when taken as an iced tea.
but despite its beneficial properties it should be used with care.
Hot peppers contain capsaicin. The powerful ingredient that accelerates metabolic processes helps burn excess fat.
On the other hand, capsaicin is an anti-inflammatory compound and stimulates the release of endorphins, the body's natural pain relievers.