4 Amazing Detoxifying Spices (Part 2)

These spices can be used as a part of a larger detox effort, or used as part of your daily routine



Here’s a big reason to start using more horseradish starting today: it specifically helps your liver screen out carcinogenic substances, reducing the likelihood that they’ll form into cancerous tumors, and limiting the ability of existing tumors to grow. That’s a pretty powerful form of detox. Of course, it’s also helping your liver filter out other things that will be detrimental to your body. It does have a rather powerful kick to it, and can be irritating to several parts of the body, including the stomach. You don’t have to use horseradish directly in order to benefit from its effects, and mixing it with other foods and spices can help to limit its irritating characteristic.

Cayenne Pepper


Cayenne pepper is used to heat up a dish, but it’s also good at helping the body cleanse itself. It’s often cited as helping to lose weight, as it’s said to speed up the metabolism, making it easier to lose weight without really trying. As far as detoxification goes, it’s going to help your digestion, which has a trickle down effect on the rest of your body and especially in how you feel. A backed up digestion will trap toxins in a sort of holding pattern in your body, and can lead to feelings of malaise and lethargy. Taking herbs and spices like cayenne pepper helps to get things moving again and helps the body properly eliminate these toxic substances.



This is a popular spice used in Indian cuisine, and can go a long way if you’re trying to detox the body. Cardamom goes to work on harmful bacteria in the body, without destroying the beneficial bacteria that you want in there. When used in conjunction with other spices that help the digestion you’ve got a powerful one-two punch that can kill off these bacteria, and then whisk them out of the body. One side benefit of using more cardamom is that it acts as a natural antidepressant. Even if you’re not depressed it will help boost your mood, making it a great spice to introduce into your diet.



This is a popular spice often seen used in baked goods. Unfortunately when it’s used in sweet pastries it isn’t going to have much of a detoxifying effect. It needs to be consumed either by itself or with other wholesome and natural ingredients if it’s going to provide any sort of detox benefits. The best way to consume cinnamon for detox is to add it to a detox beverage, such as a shake, smoothie, or detox water. This gives you the most direct benefit and will yield the best results.


Source: bembu.com
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