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Turmeric tea recipe to keep on hand

turmeric tea recipe anti-inflammatory pain reliefDid you know that a simple turmeric tea can help you stave off a number of diseases and treat a large number of symptoms and diseases? Turmeric has long been recognized for its powerful medicinal benefits by Traditional Chinese Medicine and Aryuvedic medicine, but more recently is also being studied by western researchers for its ability to treat a wide variety of health issues. One of the root causes of many health issues is chronic inflammation. 

Turmeric, as a result, has been shown to help treat and manage Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, stomach ulcers, arthritis, dementia, colorectal cancer, surgery recovery, and much, much more.

Is this part of the reason why Okinawans have a well-known reputation for longevity? 

Ukoncha

Ukoncha (ウコン茶?, “turmeric tea“) is a kind of turmeric tea which originates from Okinawa, in southern Japan. Ukoncha is made of the rhizomes of turmeric

While I prescribe standardized, concentrated turmeric in capsule form for treatment, you can certainly also benefit both preventively and as treatment by having a regular turmeric tea. Super easy to prepare in advance, you can keep it on hand so all you have to do is add water.

Turmeric Tea Recipe

Turmeric Honey Tea
An anti-inflammatory daily use tea
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Ingredients
  1. 1/3 cup good quality raw honey
  2. 2-3 tsp powdered turmeric
  3. pepper
  4. lemon (optional)
Instructions
  1. Mix the honey and turmeric and keep it in a jar.
  2. When you want a tea, stir a heaping teaspoon of the turmeric/honey mix into 1 cup of hot water. Add " a good amount" of fresh ground pepper to enhance the absorption of the turmeric and improve its health benefits. Optional to squeeze in lemon, to taste.
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