Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe


Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe 

Makes 2 cups

I first learned of this flavorful, invigorating Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe as a caffeine-free way to begin the day.  Both ginger and turmeric are proven herbal allies. The health benefits of ginger range from relieving cramps and  motion sickness to calming indigestion. It’s antimicrobial and antioxidant[1]. Indian curry classicalyy utilizes copious amounts of tumeric, although the classic bread and butter pickle recipe also includes turmeric . It is not a ‘hot’ spice, but has balanced, earthy flavors with peppery undertones. The health benefits of turmeric are valued by Ayurvedic medicine, and it is known to protecting the liver against toxins and help lower cholesterol. Additionally, it is anti-inflammatory and antibiotic.[2]  This balanced, drinkable, ginger turmeric tea recipe combines health benefits of ginger and the health benefits of turmeric – to create a truly delicious pick-me-up, anytime of the day!

½ teaspoon freshly grated ginger, about ¼-inch of a 1-inch diameter root (peel before grating if conventionally grown)

½ teaspoon ground turmeric

1 teaspoon – 1 tablespoon local, raw honey (optional)

Bring 2 cups of water to boil. In a small teapot, or a quart-sized Mason jar combine the ginger and turmeric. Pour the water over the herbs. Cover the teapot or jar. Steep for 1 minute. Strain into two tea cups. Serve with the optional honey, added to taste.

This post on the health benefits of ginger, the health benefits of turmeric, and Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe was shared at Fat TuesdaySlightly Indulgent Tuesday, Real Food Wednesday, and Allergen Friendly Wednesday.

[1] James F. Balch and Phyllis A. Balch, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, (Garden City Park: Avery, 1997).

[2] Balch and Balch, Prescription.

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10 Responses to Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe

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  2. Hello Ms. Dori, I salute you for being a good developer of New recipe’s that is good for the health.And I can say this Ginger Turmeric tea is pretty good.Two thumbs up for you Dori and More recipe’s to make in the future.Will definitely keep in tune. :)

  3. Sally says:

    Hi Dori – I’m just about to make this but realised I’m going to use fresh turmeric and your recipe calls for ground. What quantity do you think? I’m going to try 1/2 teas grated turmeric and see how I go :)

    • Dori says:

      Hi Sally,
      Thanks for the question. I’ve never tried using fresh turmeric – but I’ve got some in my refrigerator right now! I’m going to try using 1 teaspoon since doubling is recommended when substituting fresh herbs for dry herbs – most of the time. I’ll let you know how it turns out!

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