Ginger Turmeric Tea for Anti-Aging, Anti-Cancer and Anti-Inflammatory

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Recipe:
Use a masticating juicer to extract this juice:

  • 1 tsp ginger root juice (or use 1/4 tsp ginger powder)
  • 1 tsp turmeric juice (or use 1/4 tsp turmeric powder)
  • 1/2 a lemon (without peel)
  • 1-2 tbsp raw honey or to taste
  • A pinch of cinnamon powder
  • Mix all the above in ~500ml (half quart)  hot water and sip warm.

 

Health Benefits of this tea:

  • Anti-bacterial, anti-septic, anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-cancer, anti-ageing
  • Helps remedy diseases of the digestive tract
  • Prevents oxidation of cholesterol and reducing the risks of heart diseases
  • Prevents deterioration of mental performance
  • Improves intestinal flora, thus the health of the gastrointestines
  • Good remedy for common cold
  • Relieves sinusitis
  • And many more!

 

Note:
Turmeric can stain so be careful not to spill on your clothes.
If you’re pregnant or on medication, please refrain from taking this tea.

 

 

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About Sara Ding

Sara Ding is the founder of Juicing-for-Health.com. She is a certified Wellness Health Coach, Nutritional Consultant and a Detox Specialist. She helps busy men and women identify their health issues at the root cause, in order to eliminate the problems for optimum physical/mental health and wellbeing.

Comments

  1. I usually make this every morning. Can this combination cause blood pressure issue in people that already have high blood pressure?

    1. Natural foods with medicinal properties such as ginger or turmeric are great for regulating blood pressure – to lower high blood pressure, or to increase low blood pressure, bringing both to a healthy pressure that is right for the individual. Hope this answers your question!

  2. Hello Sara,
    On your note you say not to take this tea if we take medication. Is it any type of medication or a specific one in particular?
    Thank you kindly, Ana.

    1. Hi Ana, there are so many drugs that may interact with turmeric that I’d say it’s best to avoid taking turmeric if you’re on medication. The culprit is not turmeric but the drugs/medication that are foreign in our body. Turmeric is just doing its job of healing our cells and having to “fight off” the medication, that may cause a reaction.

  3. Hi, my mom has a problem in her blood pressure. She’s talking blood pressure medicine but everyday she suffers. It goes high. Should I give her ginger and turmeric tea every morning? Would that help her?

  4. I do a variation of this every morning, but I include black pepper to make the turmeric much more bioavailable (and I also add a little sea salt, cayenne, and coconut milk). Yum!

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