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Love Coffee? Add Spices To Your Cuppa To Make It Healthier!

Love Coffee? Add Spices To Your Cuppa To Make It Healthier! - PharmEasy
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Is coffee a must for you to get through the day? You don’t have to feel guilty. Not many people know that caffeine has a tonne of benefits- it improves your brain functions, makes your memory sharper, improves your concentration and your heart, liver and colon health. 

But did you know you could make your coffee healthier by adding spices? Read on to know what you should sprinkle into your coffee for more benefits-

  • Cinnamon

Why sprinkle cinnamon on your cuppa? Because it enhances the flavour of coffee while also enriching it with a strong dose of antioxidants. Antioxidants guard your heart by stabilizing blood pressure and not letting the level of bad cholesterol rise. 

Cinnamon is also good for your brain – it increases the blood supply to your brain and prevents psychological illnesses.

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  • Ginger

Ginger is famous for its anti-inflammatory property, by virtue of which it keeps the heart-healthy. In fact, if you have injured yourself and there’s a swelling, coffee spiced with ginger will ease the swelling. 

Moreover, coffee with ginger will improve digestion, subdue nausea, and ease muscle pain.

  • Turmeric

Why is turmeric so valuable? Because it contains a compound called curcumin that is very good for your health. When you stir it into your coffee, the mixture will speed up your digestion, reduce inflammation and detoxify the body. 

Feeling blue? Turmeric can also help improve your mood.

  • Maca powder

Maca powder is extracted from the maca root. Mixed with coffee, maca will keep your hormones properly balanced. It can also increase fertility and libido.

Maca powder also contains plenty of amino acids and Vitamin C – you need both for a strong immune system.

  • Cloves

Cloves too add a sweet essence to your coffee. But more importantly, cloves prevent cancer. Not only that, they can also keep your liver strong, lower your blood pressure and also reduce the risk of getting stomach ulcers. 

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  • Cardamom

Are you always dehydrated? Cardamom or elaichi can help keep your body hydrated. Cardamom can help you get rid of bad breath. It can also help increase your oxygen intake.

So next time you brew yourself a cup of coffee, toss in one or more of these spices and let your health flourish.

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