Turmeric is a herbaceous perennial plant in the ginger family. It has been around for thousands of years and known as the “king of spice.”
Turmeric tea is a natural medicine with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help improve our day to day illness. Make a turmeric tea is one of the easiest ways to consume turmeric.
Turmeric Tea Recipe
-1/3 cup / 80 ml good, raw honey
-2 1/2 teaspoons dried turmeric
-Freshly ground black pepper
Ground pepper makes the turmeric compelling. Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric, and black pepper allows our bodies to absorb it more efficiently.
Mix turmeric into the honey until it forms a paste.
You can store this mixture in a jar and keep it on hand whenever you want to make a mug of this tea.
For each cup of tea, place a heaping teaspoon of the turmeric paste in the bottom of a mug.
Pour hot water into the mug but make sure it isn’t boiling.
Stir well to dissolve the turmeric paste.
Squeeze juice from a lemon, and black pepper.
Stir again to incorporate everything and drink right away.
Turmeric Extract Prevents Type 2 Diabetes
Turmeric has an effect on blood sugar and insulin, it lower blood glucose levels and reverse insulin resistance. It has been found that turmeric extract was 100% successful at preventing prediabetic patients from becoming diabetic over the course of a 9-month intervention. Another study found that its blood sugar-lowering abilities are much stronger than a common antidiabetic drug.
The powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic qualities of turmeric have made its a precious gift of nature! It found that curcumin is the most potent anti-inflammatory compared to aspirin and ibuprofen, the most prescribe painkiller worldwide.
Other Health Benefits of Turmeric Tea
-Detoxifies the body and liver
-Eases symptoms of coughs and colds
-Improves skin complexion
-Reduces bad cholesterol
-Boosts immunity by enhancing liver function and protects liver tissue
-Cleanses and purifies the blood