Ceylon Spices

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Sri Lanka was historically attractive to the Western nations for its spice riches. Sri Lankan Spices grow in abundance all over the island in fertile and diverse soil types and varying temperature conditions. Sri Lanka has been known for its high quality spices for centuries, even before the island was ever known as Sri Lanka. The geography, location and local climate have culminated in the abundance of a rich, rare blend of spices that is a legacy in itself. The various applications of these spices in local cuisine, medicine, etc., throughout history, have virtually ingrained them into the Sri Lankan heritage.

Spices are defined as dried forms of various seeds, roots, fruits, bark, or vegetable across the world. Its main use is to add color or flavor to food, even as an aesthetic addition, as well as to help it remain preserved and good to eat. Spices are found everywhere in the world, and often form essential parts of the culinary practices of certain cultures. They are different from herbs, because they are typically made from leafy, green plants, unlike spices. There are hundreds of different spices around the world, but probably about 50-60 that are commonly used in many different countries. Their original use was probably Anise Seed, as a flavoring agent which then demonstrated antimicrobial properties by keeping food fresh for longer, and increasing the health of those who ate the spices regularly.

One of the best parts about spices is that when prepared and dried properly, they can last almost forever, provided they don’t get wet or contaminated. Also, since they are so low in calories, being ground up in tiny forms, there is no danger of negative side effects, yet they do contain proteins and other organic compounds that are necessary in trace amounts in order to balance much of the body’s behavior. Therefore, spices deliver an important punch for overall health. Let’s take a look at the exciting benefits that many of the world’s most popular spices can contribute to our overall health.

Health Benefits

Ceylon Black Pepper

  • Pepper has also been used as a medicine as well as a seasoning. Black Pepper will help to prevent cancer, cold and cough, muscle pains and more.
  • Black pepper is still widely used in standard Indian medicine as a natural treatment for chest congestion, colds and sore throats.
  • Black Pepper was believed to cure a vast array of conditions such as earache, indigestion, insect bites, joint pain, heart disease, liver problems and tooth decay.

Ceylon Dry Ginger

Ceylon Cloves

  • Cloves helps to prevent cancer, diabetes, headaches also boosting the immune system, preserving bone quality and many more health benefits.
  • Dietary herbal use of cloves can aid in the relief of a wide variety of ailments, both internal and external. As a supplement, the spice can either be used in its whole form, ground form, or reduced to its essential oil.
  • Clove use can soothe and relax the inner lining of the intestines, aiding in digestion. It can also aid in quieting upset stomach.
  • Cloves can help the esophagus produce more phlegm and act as an expectorant, making coughs less severe and more productive.
  • Clove can act as an antimicrobial agent, killing parasites and bacteria in the digestive tract. In appropriate dosage, it can help to relieve excessive gas bloating.
  • There is some evidence that certain compounds in clove act as antihistamines, keeping sinus passageways clear and open.
  • When the oil is applied topically, it can relieve pain from rheumatism, arthritis, or other inflammation-based pain.
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    Organic Black Pepper & White Pepper, Organic Cardamom, Organic Cloves, Organic Mace, Organic Nutmeg, Mustard Seeds, Organic Turmeric Powder, Organic Ginger, Curry mix powder, Red Chili, Coriander Seeds, Garcinia Cambogia

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Organic Black Pepper & White Pepper

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