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By the Dart • Health & Beauty


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inflammatory by reducing swelling and as a diuretic which reduces the water content of the body. Finally it is said to help with colic and indigestion. Throwing a chopped up handful into most savoury dishes is a good thing for all of the above and the high iron content. Sage - helps with throat and gum infections. And apparently your memory - now if I could only recall where I read that? If you have oily hair, steep some sage leaves in boiling water, once cooled use as a final rinse when washing your hair. Steep more to drink as a tea that helps with depression, anxiety and that annoying sore throat. Thyme - helps increase a poor appetite, fights stomach cramps and indigestion, colds and bronchitis and finally hangovers. Cardamom - is known as the queen of spices while black pepper is known as the king! This was a very expensive spice in the old days. Its claim to fame is helping with indigestion, nausea, vomiting and stomach pain. Chew some seeds to sweeten the breath and cut the acid effects of caffeine in coffee. Cumin - great for sleeplessness along with anti-septic properties that help shake off colds. Turmeric - boosts and stimulates the production of the body’s own antioxidants as well as reducing inflammation and pain. Fantastic for joint care and super popular in the press currently for that very attribute. Ginger - is famous for controlling nausea in pregnancy and motion sickness whether from a car or boat! A


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Turmeric Ginger Lemonade


Try making this super drink - that is not green! It can be drunk hot or cold. If you want to turn it into a cocktail (and why wouldn’t you? Then add a shot of vodka or gin or rum - yum)


• 1 pint water • 1 tsp turmeric • 1 tsp ginger powder or 4” piece of ginger peeled and sliced


• honey or stevia to taste • lemon slices • Juice of 1 lemon


Bring the water to a boil add the turmeric and ginger then reduce to a simmer for 8 - 10 minutes. Strain the liquid and add the lemon juice and slices. Taste then add as much honey or stevia as you like.


great digestive aid that also eliminates bloating while increasing circulation in hands and feet if you add some to a foot bath. You can get all the above benefits from fresh


ingredients or you can find some of them in pill form.


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