Do you want the best herbal tea to reduce your inflammation? Turmeric ginger anti-inflammation tea is the best homemade tea that you could have. With delicious flavors, you'll appreciate this tea as well as its results.
Turmeric ginger tea isn't any other tea! This anti-inflammation tea will help you with its antioxidants to fight off inflammation.
This turmeric ginger anti-inflammation tea is soothing and I love it because it's that kind of tea that you can enjoy any time of the day.
Benefits of turmeric ginger anti-inflammation tea
You'll love this tea because it's easy to fix, and after drinking it for a few days your pain will subside.
This tea will relieve your joint inflammation, your digestion problems and any other inflammation that you could be suffering.
It's the tea I go for when I feel pain in my joints, the tea that has helped me stay off the medication, thanks to turmeric.
You'll love its flavors, with a spicy kick from fresh ginger. This ginger turmeric tea is unique as it's my own creation for you.
Fresh or grounded ginger & turmeric
While you can enjoy this turmeric ginger anti-inflammation tea with grounded ginger and powdered turmeric, you'll not get the same immediate effects because their properties have been altered during transformations and storage life.
Buy fresh ginger and turmeric roots, as they have all their healing properties. They also contain their essential oils which will facilitate the absorption of curcumin from turmeric.
As you sip and enjoy this tea, let's look at the ingredients.
Turmeric is better known for its medicinal properties. It helps manage Oxidative stress, Inflammation conditions, arthritis, and many others.
Rich in antioxidants, antimicrobial properties
Turmeric has very poor bioavailability due to its poor absorption. That's why I add some black pepper that will enhance turmeric absorption.
Turmeric is high in vitamin B2, B3, B6, B9, C, K, and E. It will also provide you with good amount of iron, manganese, potassium, copper, zinc, calcium and others.
Ginger inhibits the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines (small proteins released by the cells to facilitate communications among cells). These pro-inflammatory cytokines increase inflammation in the body, and ginger has been shown to reduce that inflammation.
Ginger is rich in phytochemicals which are attributed to having potential healing properties to a number of ailments like rheumatoid arthritis, digestion health issues among others.
It also reduces Oxidative stress. It's an antibacterial.
Ginger has vitamin B1, B3, B6, B9, C, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc. Its antioxidants are gingerols, beta-carotene, capsaicin, and salicylate.
They're more of seeds than berries as you can't eat them like blueberries! and are more used as a spice than as fruits.
Juniper berries have been used since ancient times as a medicinal plant.
They reduce oxidative stress. They have antioxidants that help the body fight disease by reducing oxidative stress.
They're antibacterial, antifungal. they have anti-inflammatory properties and they are highly used in rheumatoid arthritis.
Juniper berries are used in helping digestion by increasing fluids thus eliminating gas and stomach cramping.
They contain copper, calcium, zinc, limonene, selenium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, vitamins B1, B2, B3, and C.
Black pepper is used in most cuisine as healthy food. It holds antioxidants and antimicrobial properties, and it's rich in phytochemicals. Piperine is the most active ingredient in black pepper.
Black pepper has shown to play a role against a number of maladies as it possesses anti-inflammatory and gastroprotective properties.
It contains high vitamin K and manganese, it has copper, iron, calcium, and chromium
Some will tell you to shun from the black pepper as it can irritate the stomach, but you need to take a high amount and on a daily basis to have those side effects.
Here you go, full of vitamins and minerals, and lots of health benefits from just a cup of turmeric ginger tea. Now's time to make it and fight off that inflammation.
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Turmeric ginger anti-inflammation tea
- 2 cups cold water
- some juniper berries (crushed)
- thump piece of fresh ginger
- 1 piece fresh turmeric
- some few black pepper seeds
- In a pan bring in the cold water and add the juniper berries together with black pepper seed.
- Cut turmeric & ginger into thin slices and add them in the water, cover the pan, and let them come to a boiling point.
- Leave it to boil slowly for about 8 mins on medium-low heat
- Let the tea cool down before serving
- Enjoy your anti-inflammation tea. You can add honey if you desire to