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Healthy benefits of savory

Friday, December 27, 2013 by: Yanjun
Tags: savory, health benefits, herbal medicine

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(NaturalNews) Herbs have been shown to have many health benefits. The herb savory is used in many European and American recipes. This herb is from the mint family and contains many vitamins. It can be used in pickling, in salads and to season meat. In addition to consuming this herb in food, savory is used in many medicines.

How savory is good for overall health

Savory is used to treat a number of health ailments, including headaches, colic, coughing and gastric disorders. This herb can also be used to treat conditions that affect the urinary track and even tuberculosis. When made into a tea, savory can be used to fight off the flu. A little bit of sugar can be added for a sweet taste. All that a person needs to do is take a teaspoonful of this mixture every hour, and they will be feeling better in no time. If a person is experiencing a bad cough, they can add a touch of savory to black currant tea. Once a person drinks this mixture, they will notice their cough going away in a short period of time. Savory in plant form also has many different medical uses. The leaves and shoots of this plant exhibit antioxidant properties and are also rich in fiber. This can be used to help people lower their bad cholesterol and increase the good cholesterol levels in the body. This plant also contains a large amount of vitamin B, iron, calcium and zinc.

Immune system help

Savory has many properties to help fight fungal infections. This herb also has antibacterial properties that are useful for fighting off bacteria such as E. coli and Bacillus bacteria. Savory also helps to regulate the GABA levels in the brain, which helps the body handle stress. If a child is suffering from breathing problems, they can take a bath in savory with some other herbs. This will help open up the airways and allow the child to breath comfortably.

Make savory taste good

There are some ways to make this herb tasty. Fresh savory makes a great garnish for salads. This herb can be used to make tea. It can be added to many different types of soups and sauces. For those that enjoy spicy food, savory can be used as a seasoning for chicken, fish and meat. With the added health benefits, this herb is great for cooking.

A natural cure

Instead of using many different types of medications with unknown side effects, savory can be used to treat many different types of health conditions. It is all natural and tastes great. Savory is a great herb to treat many different medical conditions.





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Sofiya has written articles on most health-related topics, including traditional medicine, alternative and naturopathic and natural treatments,health insurance, wellness, medical marijuana, diets and fitness.

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