From young, you are often told by elders to drink more water, 8 glasses a day. Am I right? Honestly, I have never kept to this. You? If my cups of coffee per day included, maybe… Today, let’s talk about infused water, what is it for? Surely, you want to how infused water benefits you. On top of this, probably you would have read or heard about detox water too. What is the difference? Lastly, I will share with you how to infuse water using your kitchen herbs and spices.Continue reading “What is Infused Water For”
Cough can be uncomfortable and annoying but in many instances, it will clear up on its own. Dry cough or cough with phlegm, surely you want to get rid of it fast because a persistent cough can ruin a good night’s sleep. Coughing during the day not only bothers you but can be annoying people around you. Does homemade cough remedies sound good to you? Read on to find the best herbs for cough.Continue reading “How to Get Rid of a Cough Fast”
Are you looking for more ways to use or preserve your fresh herbs? This article is for you. Infusing honey with herbs is pretty simple and beneficial for health too. Why honey? And should you use fresh herbs or dried? Read on to find out how to infuse honey with herbs and how to use them in your daily diet.
Have you come across a spice that gives you a distinctive aroma and taste so alluring that you wish to find out more? No, … yes? Besides the garam masala blend I wrote about earlier, cumin gives you that. On top of its amazing flavour, continue reading to learn more about the health benefits of cumin and how to use it to spice up your dish.
As we get older, joints pain become an increasingly common complaint. The pain may be short-term and fades away after a few weeks but some are long-term. The chronic painful joints affect us psychically as well as mentally. There are various causes for joint pain and your doctor may prescribe medication, psychical therapy or alternative treatment. Whatever it is, the goal is to reduce inflammation. What is the best way to do this?
Bay leaves are commonly used in cooking and remedies for hair and skincare. If you have been following my herbs and spices quest, I am sure you have read them. Recently, as I was browsing Pinterest, came across the burning of bay leaf. Does this intrigue you? Join me to discover the benefits of burning bay leaf. You may find it fantastical while some may be true.
You experience uneasiness, feeling heavy with a bloated hard stomach. Think about it, realized that you have not had a bowel movement for a couple of days. At times, it can stretch to a few days. Finally, when there is an urge to poop, you have difficulty to pass hard and dry stool. You are not alone. Many people experience constipation from time to time. I included. It is a very common health issue caused by our modern lifestyle. Before rushing out to buy over the counter medication, there are cooking herbs that help constipation. Read on to find out if you have those herbs to make your own home remedies.
Experiencing poor memory not only happens as we age. It can happen to adults of any age, even school going children. Stress, anxiety or depression can cause forgetfulness because these feelings can distract the mind, thus making it challenging to retain information. Poor blood circulation is another cause. So, you ask – What is the Best Way to Improve Memory?
UPDATED MARCH 12, 2020
The bay leaves are commonly used in cooking especially making soups and stocks. It is rather difficult to distinguish the flavour but you will know if a bay leaf is being used once knowing the purpose of bay leaf in cooking. You ought to know that this herb is packed with nutritional and medicinal properties. If you are in search of natural remedies for skin care and hair, why not use the bay leaves. Read on to find out how do bay leaf benefits hair and skin and easy remedies you can make from home.