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Cleansing Tumeric And Ginger Tea (Recipe)

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We’ve been posting quite a bit about the benefits of tumeric lately.    That’s simply because we believe in it’s power to provide excellent support and healing for our bodies.    We’re happy here to share a nice simple recipe we found about how to easily incorporate tumeric into your daily diet.    Enjoy!

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Turmeric and ginger are two very powerful healers and together work wonders. We know you will love this cleansing tea with its alkalizing and detoxifying properties which provide powerful anti-inflammatory action within your body.

When it comes to charismatic healing gurus look no further than turmeric.  It’s not just a sunny bright spice to curry up dishes, it’s also commonly used in Ayurvedic and Unani medicine. Turmeric originates from the root of the Curcuma longa plant, which is a member of the ginger family and it’s one of tumeric-teanature’s most powerful healers and a true guru.

I know you will relate to this cleansing tea with its alkalizing and detoxifying properties which provide powerful anti-inflammatory action within your body. Turmeric is a superhero ingredient to help heal and prevent dry skin, slow aging, diminish wrinkles and improve skin’s elasticity.

Indian women use turmeric as a facial cleanser and exfoliant. If you are using fresh turmeric, handle with care as it stains easily. If you do happen to turn your favorite garment yellow try squeezing on lemon juice or eucalyptus to remove the stain.
So here’s to my number one health guru turmeric. Make it yours too!

Ingredients

  • 250 ml (9 fl oz/1 cup) almond or rice milk
  • 2 teaspoons ground turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated ginger
  • 6 drops stevia liquid

Method

  • Add the almond milk to small saucepan and heat gently until it reaches room temperature.
  • Add the turmeric and ginger to a mug.
  • Pour a small amount of warm milk into the mug and stir to create a liquid paste, ensuring there are no lumps.
  • Add the remaining milk and sweeten with stevia.

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