Potent Turmeric Supplement Balls For Instant Anti-Inflammatory Relief

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This homemade anti-inflammatory turmeric bomb recipe can help you to find instant relief in an all-natural way. Pain is largely caused by inflammation, if you can get the inflammation under control then you can get the pain under control.

You do not have to turn to costly, sometimes very dangerous prescription drugs or over the counter medication. Use this homemade anti-inflammatory turmeric bomb and avoid any side effects.

Say “No” To Synthetically-Prepared Formulas

There is a huge problem with store-bought pain relief and anti-inflammatory preparations. They are laced with fillers and chemicals that are deemed “safe within certain limits”.  Of course narcotics come with entirely far too many side effects to even consider.

Even over the counter naproxen contains elements that can cause some pretty nasty side effects. Ultimately natural is always best. Nature provides us with everything that we need to care for our bodies. As a matter of fact, most over the counter and prescription medications try to reproduce what nature already offers.

This homemade anti-inflammatory turmeric bomb can help you get the relief that you need without any of the nasty side effects that are always a possibility when you are taking something over the counter or prescribed.

Why Turmeric?

Turmeric is an herb that has been studied for many years for its very potent anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric comes from the rhizome of the root of an Asian plant that is part of the Ginger family.  It is yellow in color and has long been used as a spice in many Asian dishes.

There are over 7000 published studies that point to this as one of the most powerful anti-inflammatory foods.  Curcumin is the anti-inflammatory property in turmeric that makes it so powerful.  Of course the only challenge is getting enough of this herb in your diet to benefit from it.

This turmeric bomb recipe ensures that you will be able to get enough of this powerful all natural anti-inflammatory. This recipe also includes ingredients that helps your body to synergize the active ingredients in the Turmeric so that you get the most benefits.

turmeric bomb recipe

Homemade Turmeric Bomb Recipe — Two Options

There are two recipe options, both are effective, but one tastes better. There is evidence that turmeric is synthesized more efficiently when bound to a fatty acid like coconut oil but it works well with the honey base as well. Really it comes down to personal preference. If you can get past the bitter taste you may want to consider the coconut oil option but if you can’t, then the honey option will do.

Recipe:

This recipe should make about 20-24 turmeric bombs. Make them the size of a small marble (about ½ inch diameter).

  • 1/3 cup organic turmeric powder
  • About 1 tablespoon quercetin powder
  • A pinch of freshly ground black pepper

Binding agent—can be ONE of these options:

  • Organic ghee from grass-fed cows
  • Coconut oil
  • Raw honey or manuka honey

You should be able to find the ingredients either online, at a natural health food store, or at an herbal store.  Go with only organic for best result.  You will also need unbleached parchment paper that you can easily find at most baking goods stores or even at the grocery store.

Directions:

  1. Line a cookie tray with the unbleached parchment paper. You will need room in the freezer for the cookie tray.
  2. You will need 3 tablespoons of whatever binding agent you choose. Stir your binding agent in a pot on the stove so that it becomes liquefied but not cooked or over-heated, just so that you can pour it.
  3. Stir all the ingredients in a bowl. You should have a thick consistency.
  4. If you used honey as your binding agent you should be able to roll the dough into little sized balls. If you used the oil-binding agent you can scoop it up with a spoon and form little pill shapes.
  5. Pop the cookie tray into the freezer and let everything firm up, then you can put them in a container and keep them in your freezer.
  6. Whenever you need it, just pop one in the mouth and savour it.

 

Reference:
http://empoweredsustenance.com/turmeric-supplement-diy/

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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. Hallo,
    Love your page and have recently become an avid juice freak too. Thanks for what seems to be an awesome recipe, but I have trouble finding quercetin powder here in Croatia. I can only get pills and it seems a waste to get the whole 40 dollar bottle for 1 tablespoon. Is there anything else I could put in the balls instead of quercetin? Thanks!

    1. Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid) and is used to inhibit a certain enzyme that deactivates curcumin. In the absence of quercetin, I suppose you could substitute with fruits that are dark red or blue color like cranberries, blueberries and black plums. Vegetables that include quercetin are red leaf lettuce, raw kale, chicory greens, raw spinach, sweet peppers, snap beans and raw broccoli.

  2. Thank you for these wonderful articles!!!
    1.) Can we just make the pills tiny and swallow them?? —The taste won’t matter—
    2.) Also, how about using 1/2 coconut oil and 1/2 raw honey?

    1. Mary, sure! There are no hard and fast rules about these. You can make it whatever size you’re comfortable with. And using half coconut oil and half raw honey sounds like a good idea too! Let me know how it turns out for you. 🙂

  3. I made 2 batches: 1 with coconut oil, the other with honey … the honey one certainly tastes better … but both turned out just fine.

  4. I have been making these for a while and I use half honey and half coconut oil. They turned out very good. The quercitin powder I bought from Amazon.com in a 100 gram bag and it goes a long way.

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