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The magic medical effects of some spices

Sesame: relieving constipation.
Sesame seeds contain sesame oil which has the effect of lubricating the intestines and promoting bowel movement. Grind 1 big spoonful of sesame into powder and pray it onto the oatmeal, rabbit food or yoghurt and eat together.

Black pepper: Treating throat discomfort.
Put 1 teaspoon pepper in a cup and pour in some boiling water. Wait for 10 minutes and then add 2 tablespoons of honey. Black pepper is a decongestant and honey can fight bacteria. This two spices can relieve discomfort in the throat effectively.

Anise: prevention and treatment for bad breath.
Chew 5 ~ 10 fennels and swallow them down after meals can prevent bad breath and make your breath fresh. Fennel oil can help with digestion and removal of digestive tract odour.

Garlic: treating bruises.
Garlic is a natural antibiotic and has antibacterial properties. When there is a small abrasion, one can mix a teaspoon of garlic powder with a small amount of water into a paste and daub on the affected part or put a fresh garlic slice on it.

Ginger: prevent irritation. The antioxidants in turmeric helps prevent the histamine that the body produces and prevent seasonal allergies. Therefore, in seasons which make you more vulnerable to allergies, you can put plenty of ginger or curry in the dish.

Meat tenderizer: treating mosquito bites.
The papain in meat tenderizer help decompose the proteins in insect venom and alleviate the inflammation and pain of bites. Take half a teaspoon meat tenderizer and mix with 2 teaspoon water to apply to the affected area for more than 30 minutes.

Thyme geranyl: smelly feet.
Thyme geraniumcontains antifungal constituents which can kill fungi that cause foot odor.

Rosemary geranyl: eliminating dandruffs
Rosemary helps prevent scalp from producing too much oil and inhibit dandruffs.

Nutmeg: fighting acnes.
Mix nutmeg and honey with the proportion of 1:1 and apply onto the acnes, wash it off after 20 minutes.

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