New DelhiCorona cases are increasing every day. The new variant Omicron has created a worldwide outcry. The third wave of corona continues in India. Strict guidelines have been issued in many states. In this corona period, people are adopting various measures to increase their immunity. At the same time, you can increase your immunity with the ingredients present in the house. To improve your health and increase immunity, definitely include cloves and black pepper in your diet.
What are the benefits of cloves and black pepper
Taking care of health has become very important due to the third wave of Corona. Spices present in Indian kitchen which are considered to increase immunity and are full of other properties. Contains cinnamon, cumin, black pepper and cloves etc. All these spices are very beneficial for our health. By using them, not only can the taste of the dish be enhanced but one can also improve their health.
Due to the taste of black pepper, you can eat it by including it in many things. The easiest way to include black pepper in your diet is through tea, soup, vegetables, you can consume all these things by adding black pepper powder or whole black pepper. Apart from this, black pepper is also used in many types of curries and vegetables. Sometimes black pepper is also added to salads and fruit chaat.
You can easily get black pepper in both whole and powdered form. It is used in many ways in every household, some people like to put it in tea and some people like to eat it by adding it to the vegetable. It can bring many benefits on health. Let us tell you that you find it mildly spicy to eat. It has anti-inflammatory properties that help control thyroid, skin diseases, cholesterol and blood glucose levels.
Ground cloves or clove buds are used. Cloves are used in all kinds of curries and vegetables. You can also use clove buds to make rice. By doing this, there is a change in the effect of rice, cloves can also be used inside tea or by adding them to detox drinks. Its consumption boosts immunity.
first published:Jan. 15, 2022, 7:31 p.m.