8 Powerful Herbs & Spices that Slow Down Aging, Boost Metabolism & Fight Disease


Spices and herbs are not given the due respect they deserve for the power it can provide in super charging our health.  Some of the benefits of these herbs and spices are anti-inflammation, anti-tumor, anti-oxidation, anti-bacteria, anti-viral, anti-fungal, lowering blood sugar, lowering high blood pressure, boost metabolism etc. Spices can collectively help your skin look younger and softer. Many spices contain antioxidants which protect your skin from sun dent and help you overcome aging.

8 Powerful Herbs & Spices that Slow Aging, Boost Metabolism & Fight Disease


Cumin is high in antioxidants, it is good for digestion, stimulates the gallbladder and pancreas to secrete enzymes and bile that break down food into usable nutrients your body can use. Cumin can help fight inflammation throughout the body, and help in slowing down the aging process. It helps detoxify the body, and is highly effective for respiratory disorders like asthma and bronchitis.


Cinnamon is highly effective at helping to stabilize blood sugar levels, and control blood sugar response from a meal. Studies show that just two teaspoons a day can reduce blood sugar 20-30%, and low bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, such as relieves pain and stiffness in muscles and joints, including arthritis, reduces inflammation in blood vessels that leads to atherosclerosis and heart disease, as well as anti-fungal and antibacterial.

Reishi Mushooms

Studies have shown these little mushrooms to be effective at boosting your immune system and fighting cancer. They are known as the “mushrooms of immortality” and can be found dried in supermarkets or Chinese grocery stores. They are good in soups or made into a tea.


Ginger is very powerful for your health! Ginger is also a soothing remedy for sore throats from colds and flu because of its antiviral properties. Ginger also helps coughs and is an effective expectorant. ginger is such a strong anti-inflammatory, it helps reduce the pain and swelling of arthritis, and muscle aches. Ginger also fights cancer, reduces cholesterol, and prevents blood clots that lead to strokes or heart disease.


Containing curcumin, turmeric is a powerful root that can boost cardiovascular function, enhance your immune system and improve brain function. Because of its superior anti-inflammatory properties, it can also be used as a pain reliever. It’s the curcumin within that’s responsible for all of these benefits.


A study published in Obesity found that capsaicin increases thermogenesis, which releases heat and increases your body temperature, which is why you might break a sweat with a spicy meal. That means it’s increasing your metabolic rate — by up to 50 percent for 3 hours after the meal, according to one study.

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper has thermogenic properties, which helps warm the body and increases the rate that you burn calories. Some studies have shown that cayenne pepper can increase your metabolism by 25%.


The iodine contained in the herb kelp affects your thyroid gland, which is a key player in metabolic function. Consuming kelp increases your basal metabolic rate, the rate at which you burn fat when you are at rest. It is important only to take kelp if your body is deficient, which can be checked by a medical doctor.


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jeery park
She is wife, mother and natural health advocate. After a number of close relatives got cancer, she left the corporate world to pursue their passion for health and wellness awareness. She brings a wealth of writing talent and a background in natural health. She enjoy reading and writing about all things related to exercise, nutrition, and healthy living.