Do you use spices??
Have you ever used a little somethin' somethin' called Allspice?
If not, listen up! Margaux J. Rathbun has some knowledge to drop:
Did you know that allspice is a common flavor found in ketchup, barbecue sauces, and even chewing gum? Allspice has a peppery kick to it which makes it a great spice to add to a variety of dishes. It pairs well with a variety of other spices including cumin, cinnamon, onion, and oregano. Studies have shown that allspice may help with high blood pressure and certain menopause problems. This spice is loaded with antioxidants that help to fight cell oxidative damage and it aids in boosting the immune system. It has anesthetic and analgesic properties which makes it a great spice for offering some pain relief. When used as an essential oil, allspice has been found to help with sore muscles. It’s antifingal properties make it a great spice for relieving athletes foot (just sprinkle the spice in-between the toes).
FUN FACT: Allspice is used in many Jamaican dishes, including delicious jerk chicken!
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