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Edible Medicines Book Study Vol 8: Antimicrobial Effects of Spices

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Edible Medicines Book Study Vol 8: Antimicrobial Effects of Spices - We finish this extended analysis of chapter 3 of Nina Etkin's book by look much deeper into the pharmacological advantages of using spices.  The value of certain spices to preserve foods lends to the comprehension that these do function as antimicrobials and natural antibiotics.  In this modern area where the problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has become so serious, with so many people dying and injured because of the gross overproduction of antibiotics, we can now look again to the plant world to find a fresh pathway forward.  The use of these antimicrobial spices has a long record within societies around the world and throughout the most ancient history.  Plant based foods were spiced at a different level than meat spices, indicating that the presence of potentially harmful pathogens in meat dishes compelled these societies to counter that with more intense spicing.  In those parts of the world where refrigeration and cold storage were not accessible, such as the tropical zones, the depth and intensity of spicing grew even more impactful.  There are some great lessons in today's intensive study. (LIBMP3-3807G)

Edible Medicines Book Study Vol 8: Antimicrobial Effects of Spices - We finish this extended analysis of chapter 3 of Nina Etkin's book by look much deeper into the pharmacological advantages of using spices. The value of certain spices to preserve
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