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AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY Turmeric and Ginger are both tremendously
powerful herbs that have been used to cure and ward off numerous diseases for centuries. There is something magical about their combination. When used together, they can create the perfect
recipe for a healthy body. It is an age-old recipe to improve health,
INFLAMMATION & FIGHT DISEASE Turmeric contains lots of essential minerals,
including: calcium, copper, fiber, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium,
sodium and zinc. It is also rich in vitamin C, D, K, and several
B-vitamins. Turmeric has small amounts of omega-3 and
omega-6 fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Here are some of the main health benefits
of turmeric: Anti-cancer: The high antioxidant content
in turmeric helps protect colon cells from free radical damage. This is a major benefit in the colon where
cells turnover occur about every three days. Curcumin can assist the body with destroying
mutated cancer cells, preventing spread and further damage. It also helps to slow down tumor formation
and prevents blood supply to cancer cells, stunting their growth. Anti-inflammatory: The volatile oil part of
turmeric has major anti-inflammatory properties. The more potent property of turmeric is curcumin,
which is also responsible for the intense yellow-orange color. Unlike drugs and medications, curcumin has
no toxic side effects such as ulcers, decreased white blood cell count or intestinal bleeding
Cardiovascular health: The curcumin in turmeric prevents the oxidation of cholesterol. Oxidized cholesterol damages the blood vessels
and builds up plaque that can cause heart attack or stroke. Preventing oxidation of cholesterol helps
reduce the development of atherosclerosis and diabetic heart disease. Turmeric is an excellent source of vitamin
B6, which can keep homocysteine levels from increasing and directly damaging the blood
vessel walls. High intake of vitamin B6 can reduce the risk
of heart disease. Immune system: Turmeric has antibacterial,
antiviral and antifungal properties, useful for strengthening the immune system. The first line of defense in the digestive
system, is the prevention of bacterial or viral infections. Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Curcumin
can be an inexpensive and effective treatment for inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s
or ulcerative colitis. Researchers believe that curcumin helps these
diseases with the antioxidant activities it provides as well as the reservation of a major
cellular inflammatory agent that reduces inflammation. Liver function: Turmeric has the ability to
improve the body’s detoxification system by inducing the development of a primary liver
detoxification enzyme, glutathione S-transferase (GST). Rheumatoid arthritis: Curcumin has powerful
antioxidant effects, neutralizing harmful free radicals, which otherwise damage healthy
cells. Free radicals are responsible for causing
painful joint damage and inflammation. Curcumin has been shown to reduce morning
stiffness, improve walking endurance, and reduced joint swelling. Turmeric consumption tips
Turmeric is usually used in its dried, powdered form but it can also be used fresh, like ginger. For therapeutic use, choose organic turmeric
for its purity and increased efficacy. When handling turmeric, beware that it can
deeply stain your cutting board or anything that it comes in contact with, including your
juicer. Turmeric has powerful healing properties. Do not consume turmeric, if you are on any
of these medications. Many of the components that make turmeric
so beneficial are the same ones that make it harmful to take in combination with certain
medicines: Blood Thinner
Turmeric’s anti-thrombotic property, means it is able to reduce blood clots, but makes
it dangerous to take in combination with blood thinning medication. Taking turmeric in combination with blood
thinners can strengthen their effects and increase your risk of internal bleeding. Blood thinning medications include: warfarin
(Coumadin), clopidogrel (Plavix), and aspirin. Antacids
Turmeric naturally normalizes your stomach acid. But when taken in the presence of drugs that
reduce stomach acid such as Cimetidine (Tagamet), Famotidine (Pepcid), Ranitidine (Zantac) and
Omeprazole, it may cause some reactions. Taken in combination with these drugs, it
will actually increase your body’s production of stomach acid. This may cause nausea, bloating and stomach
pain and also damage to your esophagus. Blood Sugar Lowering Medication
Turmeric naturally lowers sugar levels in the blood. When taken in combination with drugs for diabetes
(that lower blood sugar), the effect may be further lowering blood sugar, causing hypoglycemia. This may lead to a variety of side effects
including shakiness, anxiety, blurred vision, delirium and overall reduced cognitive function. 4. Anti-Histamines
People who are on anti-histamines may find an issue consuming turmeric. This may cause allergic reactions in some
people, including outbreaks such as hives or rashes, or even shortness of breath and
anaphylaxis. If you are taking any drugs or medications,
or are experiencing allergic symptoms when taking turmeric, it is advised to either reduce
the amount of turmeric you are taking or find a different, natural alternative. Recipe:
1 tsp ginger root juice (or use 1/4 tsp ginger powder)
1 tsp turmeric juice (or use 1/4 tsp turmeric powder)
1/2 a lemon (without peel) 1-2 tbsp raw honey or to taste
A pinch of cinnamon powder Mix all the above in 500ml (half quart) hot
water or hot milk and sip warm. Health Benefits of this tea:
Anti-bacterial, anti-septic, anti-inflammatory Anti-cancer, anti-ageing
Helps remedy diseases of the digestive tract Prevents oxidation of cholesterol and reducing
the risks of heart diseases Prevents deterioration of mental performance
Improves intestinal flora, thus the health of the gastrointestines
Good remedy for common cold Relieves sinusitis
And many more! Note:
Turmeric can stain so be careful not to spill on your clothes. If you’re pregnant or on medication, please
refrain from taking this tea. We really hope you find this video helpful
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  1. I have been doing turmeric tea for awhile now. I'll add ginger and other ingredients in my turmeric tea. 🙏🏾 Thanks for sharing this awesome information. 🙏🏾

  2. You forgot the black pepper that increases the body absorption of tumeric by 1,000%. I drink a tumeric and ginger tea every morning. The tea has cured my arthritis. My dosage is different. I use 2 teaspoons Tumeric and Ginger powder. I also use real organic honey, not the goo found on the grocery store shelf..

  3. Thank you for this and other so valuable information. I wish you would put back the text like before. Reading along with the hearing is very beneficial while the images add very little as it is quite clear what is meant.

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