NUTMEG HEALTH BENEFITS
Since ages, a combination of milk with a pinch of nutmeg has been an age-old remedy to improve $ex drive.
Even according to Ayurveda, this spice helps in calming the nervous system and improves blood circulation to the reproductive organs. This is the reason why it has been deemed as women’s viagra.
Apart from that, a pinch of nutmeg daily helps in balancing the hormonal imbalance in the body, which happens due to an imbalance of estrogen hormones in the female body. This group of hormones are responsible for the reproductive health of a woman and adding a pinch of this spice can help in increasing libido as well as balancing the hormones.
What’s more, this spice consumed with milk also works as an antidepressant and is an excellent mood lifter, which further releases serotonin, a hormone that helps in inducing sleep and improving brain health.
A combination of serotonin and estrogen helps in improving reproductive health in women and revives slackening libido caused due to several health and mental issues like menopause, menstrual cycles, depression and anxiety to name a few.
Here are a few more reasons why adding nutmeg to the diet can help in improving the overall health.
Get a pinch of nutmeg, add to your liquid milk and stir and drink daily…. empty stomach morning and evening and thank me later.
NUTMEG HEALTH BENEFITS
1. Balance Estrogen hormones
2. Increase libido in females
3. Improve Brain health
5. Relieves Pain
6. Improve digestion
And lots more
The hormone Estrogen and the chemical Serotonin together affect the libido in women.
Estrogens are a group of $ex hormones that are responsible for the development of female $ex characteristics such as brea$ts, pubic and armpit hair, controlling the menstrual cycle and maintaining the reproductive system.
It is also responsible for the growth of the v®gina to the adult size, thickening of the v@ginal wall, and lubrication of the v@gina.
The hormone also plays a role in the balancing of the uterine mucous secretions, thus enhancing the movement of a $perm cell to an egg, enabling fertilization.
An imbalance in these hormones leads to a range of unwanted health issues and physical changes.
Serotonin, known as 5-hydroxytryptamine or 5-HT is found mainly in the brain, bowels and blood vessels. It transmits the messages between nerve cells and contributes to general well-being and happiness. Its most important role is to maintain mood balance, social behavior, appetite and digestion, sleep, memory, and $exual desire. Low serotonin is known to cause depression.
Estrogen supervises the part of the brain linked to sexual development and enhances the effects of the ‘feel-good’ chemicals- Serotonin.
One of the best-known mood enhancers for women (and men) is nutmeg, also known as Jaiphal or ‘women’s viagra’.