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wooden spoons filled with colorful spices and herbs
  1. Amchur
  2. Asafetida
  3. Basil
  4. Bay leaf
  5. Black cumin seed
  6. Black pepper
  7. Caraway
  8. Chili
  9. Cinnamon
  10. Clove
  11. Coconut
  12. Coriander
  13. Cumin
  14. Fennel seed
  15. Galanga
  16. Garlic
  17. Ginger
  18. Horseradish
  19. Juniper berry
  20. Kokum
  21. Lemongrass
  22. Marjoram
  23. Mint
  24. Mustard seed
  25. Nutmeg
  26. Onion
  27. Oregano
  28. Parsley
  29. Pomegranate
  30. Rosemary
  31. Saffron
  32. Sage
  33. Sesame seed
  34. Star anise
  35. Sun-dried tomato
  36. Tamarind
  37. Thyme
  38. Turmeric
  39. Vanilla
  40. Wasabi

This was excerpted from “Integrative Oncology: A Healthier Way to Fight Cancer” which was published in April 2013 issue Experience Life magazine.

Pamela
Pamela Weintraub

Pamela Weintraub is executive editor of Discover magazine and the author of Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic.

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