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Star Anise

Star anese is rich in antioxdiants and vitamin A and E. If you suffer from digestive problems, bloating or IBS, star anese may be a great tea to consume after a big meal as it helps aid digestion.
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Salt

Just like fat, salt has had a bad rap over the past few decades, but it is in fact essential to our health. The best salt of all is coarse sea salt.
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Pepper

Rich in antioxidants, reduces inflammation and promotes proper digestion. Also decreases blood pressure.
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Oregano

The list of medical benefits of oregano is so extensive that there are now many oregano oil supplements.
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Onion Powder

They are also full of phytonutrients which protect against many unhealthy strands of bacteria. They are thought to help prevent certain cancers and lower the risk of diabetes and neurodegenerative disorders.
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Nutmeg

Said to relieve tension and anxiety, making it an excellent aphrodisiac. Also said to help detoxify the body.
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Mace

Mace is just one of the many healthy spices from India. It's an excellent source of magnesium, copper, iron and potassium.
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Lemongrass

Lemon grass is a rich source of antioxidants, that have anti-inflammatory properties, that are associated with reduced risk of cancer.
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Kaffir Lime Leaves

Surprisingly, kaffir lime leaves can provide many wonderful health benefits when it comes to our oral health, skin health and digestive system.
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Ginger

This miracle root is brilliant for curing sickness and digestive problems. Ginger is also known to reduce pain far more effectively than many pain killers. Very efficient at reducing discomfort during the menstrual cycle.
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Garlic powder

Turmeric is the richest source of the antioxidant substance curcumin. The spice is said to reduce the risk of p...


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Garlic

Although it's technically a vegetable, many people refer to garlic as a herb. Garlic is so powerful and so amazing for our health, I felt it needed to take pride of place in the top 20.
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Galangal

Galangal root is rich in antioxidants and has been known to boost male fertility while reducing inflammation and pain. Although its not a common herb, it's still packed with an array of health benefits.
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Fennel

Fennel seeds have an array of health benefits including their ability to help reduce inflammation and treat certain illnesses and disorders.
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Cloves

Cloves are packed full of antioxidants and are a good source of manganese, which is an essential mineral for supporting brain health and function and for building strong bones.
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Curcumin

Curcumin is the active compound found in turmeric and is so extremley benefical to our health.
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Cumin

Used in traditional medicine. Promotes weight loss and improving blood sugar levels and cholesterol.
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Cinnamon

Cinnamon provides a rich source of minerals including calcium, copper, iron, manganese and zinc. It contains vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamins B1, B2 and B3.
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Chives

Chives have a wonderful appealing taste and actually, some wonderful health benefits too. Chives are packed with vitamin K which is a critical component in bone density, which is especially important as we age.
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