Turmeric Tea Mix (Golden Milk) small
Turmeric is known for supporting the blood, liver, joints, immune system and digestive tract. Recently, turmeric is the rising star of superfoods.
Enjoy Organic Turmeric Tea by itself or mix it into your favorite food or drinks. This healthy powder has converted many coffee drinkers because it’s a better way to start the morning. The cinnamon balances your blood sugar while the turmeric and pepper work together to soothe your achy joints. The ginger helps your digestion and boosts your metabolism. Best of all, the taste won’t overpower smoothies or recipes and the short, natural ingredient list will put your mind at ease.
After consuming turmeric tea regularly, you will notice an improvement in your mobility, a boost in energy, and a “Golden milk” is a great way to get the health benefits of turmeric even when it isn’t on the menu.
Prepared this way with warming spices like cinnamon, ginger and black pepper, kids absolutely love the flavor.
You can have this tea several times a week, depending on the time of year and what sounds good. You will love drinking this tea especially before bed because it aids relaxation and helps boost the immune system while sleeping.
Turmeric tea is more than tasty…consuming turmeric (whether in tea or in curries, soups, sauces, or other cooking) supports digestion, immune function, liver function, and may even offer protection from some types of cancer.
This tea actually maximizes the natural antioxidant power of turmeric because it is served hot and is combined with other beneficial spices.
There are several variations as to how to make turmeric tea, but here are the components you need to get the full benefits of turmeric: heat, the turmeric itself for absorption, and a little black pepper to activate the turmeric.
After consuming turmeric tea regularly, you will notice an improvement in your mobility, a boost in energy, and a clearer brain that makes you feel ready to conquer anything that comes your way.
Antioxidants primary job is to protect your cells against the oxidative stress caused by free radicals, considered to be one of the primary causes of the aging process. Turmeric has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. The minute you begin feeling a little down, make a cup of delicious turmeric tea to pick you right up.*
The strong antioxidants in turmeric have been used to fight colds and flu for thousands of years. The high anti-inflammatory activity is exactly what you need at the first signs of a cold or flu, so hurry to make turmeric tea or golden milk.*
We are exposed to pesticides, additives, heavy metals and countless toxins in normal everyday life. If your body is loaded with too many of these harmful substances, it can be hard to get rid of them all. Combine turmeric with organic superfoods like ginger and matcha green tea to give your body the powerful nutrients it needs for a natural detoxification.*
Turmeric nourishes and protects the brain in a variety of ways. It's believed that curcumin increases the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, otherwise known as the "feel good" chemicals. This makes turmeric helpful for a variety of mood disorders from depression to anxiety to mood swings.*
Energy deficiency leads to physical fatigue and diminished performance. Luckily, emerging research shows that Turmeric has significant benefits for physiological indicators after exercise and improved performance, including grip strength and endurance. Plus, turmeric has a positive effect on body composition making it an ideal workout supplement.*
Many studies have shown that turmeric's ingredient, curcumin, is helpful for those wanting to shed some extra pounds. The curcumin can decrease levels of insulin resistance as well as leptin resistance - two factors needed to prevent fat gain. To aid your weight loss journey, have a cup of turmeric tea every morning.*
Curcumin is the star anti-inflammatory component in turmeric. It's shown to be comparable to many man-made synthetic pills without the toxic side effects. Now you know why turmeric has been referred to as nature's aspirin. If your joints feel stiff or sore make sure you’re getting some turmeric in your diet every day.*
Organic Black Pepper*
Another way to boost the absorption of turmeric is to consume it with black pepper. Adding black pepper to food and supplements may be one of the easiest, most economical ways to boost your overall health status. Piperine, the main alkaloid from black pepper has been shown to substantially increase the bioavailability of the nutrients in foods and supplements.*
Start with this base, and adjust spices and sweeteners to your satisfaction!
INGREDIENTS: Organic Turmeric Root, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Black Pepper
SUGGESTED USE: 1 TSP. Mix in any drink or food.
This may stain blenders and countertops. The color will eventually fade, but making a thick paste of baking soda and water and scrubbing the stain can help.