I am in love!!
L-O-V-E I tell you … with this tea. I can’t get enough of it.
I am an avid fan of Dr. Oz and I love his passion for promoting healthier alternatives and introducing Western society to spices, herbs and foods that are traditionally used in other countries. It was on his show that I’ve heard time and time again about the benefits of turmeric.
According to GreenMedInfo.com, “The ancient Indian spice turmeric strikes again!
A new study finds turmeric extract selectively and safely killing cancer stem
cells in a way that chemo and radiation can not.”
Turmeric has become one of the most researched compounds in history. It’s benefits are extraordinary and if you can find a way to introduce it into your diet, you will not regret it.
So…. I introduce you to ….
Turmeric, Ginger & Honey Tea.
You really have to trust me on this one. I too was a little skeptical, but then I thought to myself “what the heck, it’s worth a try, right?
This is so unbelievably velvety and perfectly balanced. It’s delicious, it’s warm, it’s smells amazing (AFTER it’s done steeping). There is only a hint of the turmeric as you are sipping it.
It will smell MUCH stronger as it’s simmering on the stove though, but don’t worry it mellows as it simmers. Then cinnamon, honey and vanilla are added at the end and it’s creates such a wonderful velvety tea.
PURE HEAVEN! I am addicted to this and it has REPLACED my morning coffee.
This recipe makes 2 one cup servings. I strain the tea into a glass Pyrex measuring cup. I pour myself a cup and then save the remaining cup in the fridge for my night time tea.Print
- 2 cups filtered water
- ½ teaspoon dried turmeric
- ¼–½ teaspoon dried ginger
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon honey
- milk to taste
- Bring 2 cups of filtered water to a boil in a small saucepan.
- Add the turmeric and ginger. Cover and take off the heat. Let steep for 10 minutes.
- Strain and add the vanilla, cinnamon, honey and milk.
Providing your liver with supportive herbs and spices is a wonderful way to detoxify it. Turmeric is just that spice. Turmeric is also used for arthritis, heartburn, stomach pain, diarrhea, intestinal gas, stomach bloating, loss of appetite, jaundice, liver problems and gallbladder disorders. And the most relaxing way to get more turmeric is by drinking this delicious tea each day!
This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
Please consult your doctor with any questions or ailments you may have.
Turmeric should not be used long term or used medicinally by those with
congestive heart failure. Those prone to kidney stones, gallstones, bile duct
obstruction, or GI disorders should not use turmeric. It should not be used
medicinally by pregnant women. Stop using turmeric two weeks before surgery.
Recipe Slightly Adapted from: PrimallyInspired
I used all organic ingredients when making this tea, and hope you do too! 🙂