If you like spice, you are most likely familiar with the cayenne pepper. This long, thin red pepper is a member of the Solanaceae family whose peppers run from mild to super-hot. This family includes sweet bell peppers, jalapenos, serranoes and the notoriously hot ghost peppers.
Tumeric is a spice that belongs to the ginger family. It is native to SE Asia and has been used in India for thousands of years as a spice enhancing the flavor of many foods. It has also been used for many health reasons especially with problems with digestion, skin, and joints.
As a child, whenever I would have an upset stomach, my mother would give me ginger ale and soda crackers. I never realized, growing up, that it was the ginger in the ginger ale, that helped me recover. As an adult, I have kept ginger ale in my refrigerator, to have if I was nauseous, seasick, or just felt like by digestive system needed a boost.
Did you know that garlic dates back almost 3,000 years? Yes, that is right. Cloves of garlic were found in King Tut’s tomb. Medical texts from the ancient civilizations of India, Rome, Greece, Egypt, and China mention garlic.
What makes garlic beneficial to your health?
How do Prescription Discount cards work? Do I need health insurance to use them? Is the discount better than the one I would receive with my health insurance…will I pay less?
Sometimes we just need to pick up something from CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, or another pharmacy. Maybe it’s first aid supplies or cold/cough medications, eye drops, toothpaste, pain relievers, vitamins or personal care items. While shipping have you seen the OTC tags on the shelves?