Thinking to prepare a royal dish? Keep garam masala handy! Why? Well, they are the soul of almost every grand dish you make.

Garam Masalas are a blessing to our kitchens. This quintessential spice mix is used in various vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. It includes a variety of aromatic spices that have their own set of benefits. Today, we will talk about that only. Let's begin.


Cinnamon (dalchini) makes our biryanis, chicken recipes and pulao complete. If you are obese and want to control your cholesterol level, you should opt for cinnamon. It is also recommended for people having type- 2 diabetes. Cinnamon has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. You can also use it to get relief from menstrual pain.


From sweet tea to spicy chicken, cloves (laung) don't fail to enhance the taste of any dish that we add it into. In addition, cloves are one of the best home remedies for your aching tooth. They are full of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. They are believed to prevent and ulcers, diabetes, liver, and heart diseases.


Cumin (jeera) has anti-inflammatory properties and strong antioxidants. It is good for digestion, heart health, metabolism, and for those with low hemoglobin levels.


Fennel (sauf) improves digestion and helps prevent bloating and constipation. Being rich in minerals, fennel seeds is great for a healthy lifestyle.