The most cherished member of the ginger family — ‘turmeric’ is found in almost every kitchen. The heady fragrance of this bright-orange yellow in color spice has an earthy taste along with a touch of citrus bitterness. It is used by many people for cooking, skin care, and improving health conditions. There are more than 10,000 well-researched published articles that prove the benefits of this herb.
Also known as Indian saffron or the golden spice, the turmeric plant mostly grows in Central America and Asia. The bright yellow color of turmeric has even inspired many cultures to use it as a dye color. Continue reading “The Health Benefits of Golden Spice – Turmeric”
Have you ever suffered from any kind of allergy in your life? If yes, you would be well aware of its adverse effects on your personal, social and professional life.
According to the surveys conducted by medical researchers and institutions, about 20% of the population is affected by the allergic rhinitis, about 6% of the population have an allergy of at least one food, and about 40% of the population is sensitive to the foreign proteins present in the environment worldwide.
Allergies do not only disturb your life but your immune system as well. And therefore it’s highly recommended to have proper tests and treatment before it makes some irreversible damage. Continue reading “How Do You Treat An Allergic Reaction?”
Many studies have shown that human body and blood comprise about 70% and 71% water. Recently, there is a popular conception stating the recommendation of eight glasses of water a day, but many people see it as fallacy; thereby find it very difficult to achieve. Though, water is essential for body functions, preventing many health conditions and enhances overall body performance. However, there has been no global consensus on the amount of water to be consumed per day. It has been observed that many unhealthy drinks have taken the place of water especially when one is feeling thirsty. This is yet a new study that clears the air on why you should drink water when feeling thirsty. Continue reading “New Study : Drink Water Only When Thirsty”