SAFAKNA TURKEY – Muscat; A spice with healing properties that heals stomach ulcers and aids digestion… Many people prefer nutmeg because it makes digestion easier. Sometimes, for the same reason, even a small piece of nutmeg is added to Indian sweets. In addition, nutmeg is a spice recommended by nutritionists; because nutmeg regulates irregular bowel movements of dietary fiber. Although nutmeg helps with digestion, it can also treat bowel problems.
Has anti-cancer properties. Nutmeg has chemopreventive properties that may help prevent cancer. The chemical myristicin in nutmeg may help fight cancer cell growth and leukemia metastasis. Muscat may also be effective for those with sleep problems. Muscat relaxes the mind on busy days and can help you fall asleep. Experts recommend that those who have trouble sleeping add a pinch of nutmeg powder to a glass of warm milk and drink it.
Nutmeg has anti-inflammatory properties that can help relieve pain and discomfort. There are chemicals in nutmeg that make it useful against pain, such as myelin, elemicin, safrole, and eugenol. Muscat is also rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which not only relieve headaches, but also help relieve pain associated with injuries and injuries.
Muscat is rich in miralignan, which helps with liver diseases and injuries. Nutmeg, as mentioned earlier, also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help with liver inflammation. It can also help remove toxins from the body, especially from the liver.
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