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Turmeric spiced herbal tea

Health benefits of turmeric spiced herbal tea.

The most healthy drink is turmeric spiced herbal tea. First thing in the morning. Turmeric has many health benefits and is free of caffeine. However, turmeric is often sold in herbal blends, which may contain other caffeinated ingredients. best to make this tea at home as the ingredients are very few and it is easy to make. This is a traditional recipe that Indian grandmothers swore by.

How do you make turmeric tea?

Basically, you heat water or milk. Then add flavors like ginger and cinnamon and finally a dash of pepper and/or ghee to act as an activator. The detailed recipes are below.

What is turmeric spiced herbal tea good for?

Works well as an anti-inflammatory but has a whole host of other health benefits of curcumin as well, which are listed below.

Can you drink turmeric tea every day?

Yes, it is perfectly safe and advisable to have at least one cup of turmeric tea every day. If you have a gall bladder condition, please consult your doctor before consuming turmeric tea.

Can you have turmeric tea at night?

There is no fixed time to have turmeric but it does help you get better sleep so having it before you go to sleep works really well.

How much turmeric tea is safe to have every day?

Do not have more than two cups of turmeric tea every day. This amount is more than sufficient for any health benefits.


1.Prepare the turmeric

Heat 2 cups of water in a pan. While it is heating, add 1 teaspoon of turmeric (you can either use organic turmeric powder or grated turmeric root).

2.Add the flavorings

For flavoring, the options are based on your personal preference. In the same pan add grated ginger, perhaps a quarter inch of ginger. Throw in a half-inch cinnamon stick for a nice spicy add-on. Cinnamon has its own healing properties.

3.Use activators

Finally, add 1 teaspoon of crushed black pepper. This is important as it is an activator for curcumin. Let the water simmer for about 10 minutes. Turn off the flame.

Add a spoonful of ghee or coconut oil to ramp up the fat content and activate the curcumin.

4.Add sweetener

For those who need a sweetener, use a no-sugar substitute or perhaps even maple syrup.


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