Indian Spices in Pregnancy and Myths Attached to Them
Here are a few things you should know about the consumption of Indian spices in pregnancy and the myths attached to them:
No, it doesn’t help to lighten the baby’s complexion. Skin colour is genetic characteristic. Rather,
- It helps in digestion
- Reduces bloating
- Induces good sleep
- Releases your anxiety
- Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are good for skin pigmentation, hair fall, heart and lungs
You can consume one strand a day (soaked in water, in milk, soup or rice) from 20 weeks of pregnancy onwards. Remember, excess can be harmful. Also, don’t consume if you are allergic to it.
- Helps in flatulence and bloating.
- Should be taken in smaller quantities.
- It has Anti-inflammatory properties
- It is rich in minerals and vitamins.
- Helps to boost immunity.
- Controls sugar levels.
- Helps in breast pain.
- Alleviates allergies.