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Turmeric tea (thé de curcuma)

A hot turmeric tea is perfect for this weather. Do you know that, it is said that communities who uses turmeric on a daily basis have the lowest rate of Alzheimer’s disease?
There are claims that Turmeric has anti cancer benefits and is a powerful anti-inflammatory.

-le thé curcuma, avec ses apparents propriétés anti inflammatoires et anti cancérigenes.—

Ingredients

Turmeric powder or fresh organic turmeric root
3 cups of boiled water
Honey (optional) I personally prefer my turmeric tea without sweetener

Instructions

1
Pour boiled water into your tea cups
2
Add 1 teaspoon of organic powdered turmeric (when using powdered turmeric)
3
Or
4
Add about 1 teaspoon of grated cleaned turmeric root
5
Add sweetener (Optional)
6
Serve
  1. Reply

    I love tumeric, but I didn’t know I could add it o my tea for additional health benefits! I will definitely incorporate this going forward!! Thanks for sharing and keeping us healthy!! Have a great week!Xo

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      • Savourous
      • October 16, 2017
      Reply

      Hello Deborah!
      Thank you very much. I realized that tea is the easiest and delightful way to enjoy turmeric 🙂

  2. Reply

    I didnt know that about tumeric! I will try this. Thanks for sharing!

      • Savourous
      • October 16, 2017
      Reply

      Please try it, it is so good. Just be careful for the stain 🙂

  3. Reply

    My mom used to make a turmeric tea all of the time. She said it was great to settle her stomach. Thank you for the reminder!

      • Savourous
      • October 16, 2017
      Reply

      We have stuff in front of our eyes but we tend to forget to use them 🙂

  4. Reply

    I have never tried Turmeric tea before. I will add this to the ‘must try ‘ list! Thanks!

      • Savourous
      • October 16, 2017
      Reply

      Please try it, and your stomach will thank you for it 🙂

  5. Reply

    I love adding turmeric to my tea. This looks delish.

      • Savourous
      • October 16, 2017
      Reply

      Awesome and can you believe it helps brighten your teeth!! 🙂

  6. Reply

    I have never tried Tumeric before. I’ll have to look into it further!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Yes Carmen, please look into it, you will be surprise how beneficial it can be to your health.

  7. Reply

    This looks so comforting, I love trying new ways to make tea! So far I’ve only known turmeric as a spice, will have to give it a try as I have powdered turmeric at home!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Yes the powdered turmeric is so convenient. That is the one are always use.
      Thanks cynthia

    • Amelie
    • October 19, 2017
    Reply

    Such a great idea. Do you think instead of grating the root I could also just cut it in slices?

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Yes. Amelie you can cut in in thin slices and it will be just perfect. Thank you very much my dear

  8. Reply

    Whoa this is so easy! Everything I already have in the pantry. I’m wondering if I will turn yellow if I eat too much tumeric (cuz I do… and I’ve heard of people turning orange from eating too many carrots…)

    • Tara
    • October 20, 2017
    Reply

    Yum! I love turmeric, but have never tried it in tea before. Sounds delicious and I love all the health benefits.

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      That is exact, the health benefit is what makes me love that magic spice more.
      Thanks Tara

  9. Reply

    Mmmm, this looks like a delicious tea. I add tumeric to a lot of dishes, but I don’t usually think to make tumeric tea. Going to need to try it this way too. 😉

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Awesome, with the tea, you ingest the actual turmeric easily especially early morning teat time or late night tea time. Please try it.
      Thanks Catherine

  10. Reply

    I often use turmeric in my food but I never tried the tea!
    Now that I learned that it’s good for the stomach and teeth👍, I should try it!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Salut maman de Sara. Please try it. but know that when you drink it right away your teeth will be yellow, but after brushing your teeth and over time it will be whiter. 🙂
      Bisou Bisou

  11. Reply

    Definitely gonna give this a try! Thanks for the idea!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Yes Please give it a try. Thanks Lauren

  12. Reply

    I’m going to the grocery store asap to get tumeric! I’ve used it for cooking but it wasted because the package was pretty large. I had no idea what to do with all that tumeric! I know now! Tea! Thanks for sharing!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      The pleasure is all mine. I hope you will like it in tea.
      Thanks April

  13. Reply

    I’ve started using turmeric quite a bit, both for flavor and for health. I now have rheumatoid arthritis as a lasting gift from Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever last year, and turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties help.

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      Exactly, the anti-inflammatory properties it so worth it. The base of lot of autoimmune condition is the inflammation, so this helps tremendously in prevention and easing the condition effect on our body. Thanks Constance, I can imagine what you are going through, trust me, and these natural herbs and spice are our friends! Take care sweetheart

  14. Reply

    I love turmeric! I have been adding it in everything even in my protein smoothies after a workout. I hear it’s great for muscle recovery too!

      • Savourous
      • October 28, 2017
      Reply

      I am telling you, this turmeric is my BFF 🙂
      Thanks Rezel

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