3 Seeds with Medicinal Properties

3 Seeds with Medicinal Properties

By Shannon, Posted in Herbal Remedies

Every time I’m about to broadcast the seeds, I look at those teeny-weeny fellows in my palm with wonderment that hold the absolute power. It is funny how such a small bit of nature can give life to one mammoth of a tree.

These seeds are not just for the purpose of growing trees and spreading greenery all over the place, but history counts on them as a source of potent medicine too. A large variety of seeds are used as a source of food and medicine.

In chaotic times like these, the masses are now switching to organic options for a better life. Today, we are stepping up to the plate and outline the medicinal benefits of three of our most favorite seeds.


The cayenne is the over-powered version of jalapenos, pimientos, and bell peppers. The pepper itself is the king of medicinal herbs and the seeds residing within are of immense importance.

Cayenne seeds are a remarkable source of sodium, potassium, manganese, magnesium, calcium, zinc, and iron. Together, these constituents help purify the blood, produce red blood cells, and strengthen the bones and the immune system. The seeds are also a power house of unsaturated fatty acids that reduce the cholesterol level in blood and help with the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, especially atherosclerosis. Moreover the protein and amino acids content of the seeds kick-start the regeneration of the human cells, production of antibodies, blood cells, enzymes, and hormones.

Various clinical studies proclaim that the dietary fiber component of cayenne seeds is capable of preventing diabetes, obesity, colon cancer, and cardiovascular disease.


Coriander seeds are insanely popular since ancient times. The typical earthy note of coriander seems to complete the very quintessence of ethnic dishes.

The seemingly never-ending benefits of coriander are loudly sung all around the globe. It lowers blood sugar levels to a great extent. To tell the truth, diabetic patients who are on hyperglycemic medication must consume coriander with caution.

It poses anticancer, immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties. It also ameliorates the lipid profile by reducing LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides levels while increasing the HDL levels (good cholesterol). This can prevent the onset of heart diseases and improve the existing heart health. Some preclinical studies call it a memory enhancer too. It has been tested to be as effective as Diazepam in managing the symptoms of anxiety.

Its most profound effect is on gut health. It treats indigestion, IBS, bloating, and flatulence with a click of fingers.


Fennel seeds surely know how to intensify the decorum of a spice box. They are not just the hero of the culinary world, but they also impart a wide array of medicinal perks.

Fennel seeds are packed with various minerals and vitamin C that act as an antioxidant to prevent cellular damage and help with the regulation of blood sugar, enhanced metabolism, and healthy bones development.

They perform a stellar job in brightening the days of people with gut issues. They simply relax the intestinal walls to treat constipation, relieve flatulence, bloating, and acid reflux.

All in all, fennel seeds pose potent anti-inflammatory, anticancer, heart-protective, galactagogue, anti-asthmatic, Antidiabetic, antihyperlipidemic, estrogenic, antihypertensive, and liver-protective actions.

dried fennel seeds in a wood spoon