In this article, we are going to present you a recipe for Ginger Turmeric Tea.
How Does the Tea Work?
The herbs used in this recipe can actually bring balance to the digestive, circulatory, reproductive, and musculoskeletal system of the human body. It is also packed with antioxidants and analgesic properties that can help in treating spinal problems, rheumatism, arthritis, bursitis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, osteoporosis, and muscular pains and aches triggered by strenuous physical activity.
This tea can support the immune system and relieve and ease the body’s muscular inflammatory response to all of the extra physical activity.
The medicinal herbs included in this recipe is inexpensive, safe and effective and have been used for years to fortify the body against inflammatory conditions and decrease pain in a natural way.
The following herbs have medicinal actions able to reduce pain and act as a powerful anti-inflammatory agents, which can be compared to the effects of NSAIDs or any pharmaceutical pain-killers.
This herbal blend is a healthful tonic for overall health and well-being:
- Ginger Root:
It is a traditional medicine used for years to lower inflammation. Furthermore, ginger root should be taken to relieve the arthritis symptoms, in particular osteoarthritis symptoms. If mixed with cinnamon, this remedy can completely relieve any type of pain.
- Turmeric Root:
This herb has been used in the traditional medicine for years all over the world. Curcumin, which is its primary chemical constituent has received positive attention in the last few years as a result of its strong antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits. Additionally, curcumin makes this herb a remarkable healing remedy for fatigue and traumatic pain.
It is a popular herb, which is used in the treatment of a wide array of inflammatory disorders, common cold, and arthritis. Namely, manganese is the extremely effective ingredient that gives cinnamon’s efficacy as a great anti-inflammatory agent. This ingredient is needed for the strong bone and connective tissue formation.
- Devil’s Claw Root:
There are 3 bioactive compounds in this herb: procumbine, harpagide, and harpagoside, providing analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. The last compound has been found to be an excellent substitute for synthetic, pharmaceutical analgesics.
Herbal Tea Blend Recipe
(Use wild harvested or organically-grown herbs.)
- 1 part of turmeric root powder
- 1 part of ginger root
- 2 parts of true cinnamon chips
- Half a part of devil’s claw root
- 2 parts of lemongrass
- Half a part of lemon peel
Note: Parts are measured by volume, not weight.
Combine well the ingredients in a large bowl.
Take a single serving tea carafe, tea pots or tea infusers, and a cup! However, you can make a larger batch by adding 4 tablespoons of the herbal mix to a quart-size glass jar. Afterwards, the jar should be filled with boiled water, steeped for several minutes, and strained.
This herbal tea blend can be stored in a cool, dark place for about 6 months.
How to use it:
This tea can be freely consumed as often as needed for great results.