Spices are incredible additions to any food. Far more than mere flavor enhancers, spices increase the medicinal value of the food you eat,
have almost zero caloric content and are extremely safe and inexpensive. Of course medicinal doses and preparations will exhibit
the strongest and most pointed effects, however, with stronger potency and specificity comes the danger of side effects, absorption difficulty
and the basic hassle of procurement and consumption. If one takes a different attitude, an attitude in which the ‘war’ on your
hypertension need not be won by using massively powerful weapons; then you could advocate small inclusions into your life which, on their
own do not constitute much of an intervention, nor do they produce perceptible results in the short term. However, over the long term the
mere increase of the consumption of these spices in your daily diet, along with healthier living, better sleep, and a thousand other such
effortless healthy additions will add up to a complete and utter improvement in your body. The battle does not win the war – the biggest weapons cause as much damage as good. The natural way, the healthy way – in a sense the only way – is to change those practices that you have spent your whole
life habituating. Little by little the body is transformed to reflect a completely different way of being and it can all start with the inclusion
of the above spices into your diet. At the very least one’s menu will change and become refreshed – no small thing either.
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