There’s a reason why turmeric tea is a popular beverage throughout Asia and is known by some as “liquid gold.” The four simple ingredients in this turmeric tea recipe all work to improve your health, whether it’s by reducing inflammation, aiding digestion, improving the health of your heart or strengthening your bones. Adding my turmeric tea recipe to your daily health regime can help to restore your body and promote your wellbeing.
Why Make Turmeric Tea?
Why should you make turmeric tea? There’s a simple one-word answer — inflammation. It’s true that inflammation is at the root of most diseases, and it’s an issue modern medicine typically doesn’t focus on.
Like my turmeric latte recipe, my turmeric tea is made with coconut milk, ghee, honey and, well, turmeric. The curcumin present in this popular spice is what makes it a functional food and contributes to the many turmeric benefits. Not only does it help to fight inflammation that can lead to chronic pain, arthritis, degenerative diseases and digestive disorders, but it also boosts the health of your skin and helps to detoxify the body. (1)
Coconut milk and ghee, two other main ingredients in my turmeric tea, are packed with natural fatty acids that also help to reduce inflammation and work to boost the health of your heart and even help you to lose weight.
Have you given ghee a try yet? It tastes like butter, but it’s “buttier,” with a more intense flavor that’s really satisfying. When mixed with coconut milk, it really creates a creamy, rich and filling tea.
And to add a little sweetness to this tea, I add honey, which is one of the best natural sweeteners because it’s packed with vitamins and minerals and can even promote the health of your digestive tract.
These four super-star ingredients create a healthy and fulfilling turmeric tea that can help keep inflammation at bay and satisfy your taste buds.
Turmeric Tea Recipe Nutrition Facts
- 310 calories
- 2.5 grams protein
- 30 grams fat
- 13 grams carbohydrates
- 0.4 grams fiber
- 9 grams sugar
- 1.17 milligrams manganese (65 percent DV)
- 0.2 milligrams copper (31 percent DV)
- 4.6 milligrams iron (26 percent DV)
- 55 milligrams magnesium (18 percent DV)
- 115 milligrams phosphorus (16 percent DV)
- 0.7 milligrams zinc (9 percent DV)
- 177 IUs vitamin A (8 percent DV)
- 287 milligrams potassium (6 percent DV)
- 0.7 milligrams vitamin B3 (5 percent DV)
- 17 micrograms of folate (4 percent DV)
- 0.19 miligrams vitamin B5 (4 percent DV)
How to Make Turmeric Tea
To make my anti-inflammatory turmeric tea recipe, start by adding 1 cup of coconut milk and 1 cup of water into a saucepan and warm the combination for about two minutes.
Then add 1 tablespoon of ghee and 1 tablespoon of honey to the mixture.
Next, add in 1 teaspoon of turmeric.
Warm the mixture for another two minutes.
And your last step is to stir it all together and pour your turmeric tea recipe into glasses.
This recipe should make about two cups of tea. And if you want your tea to be a little sweeter, you can add in a little more honey.
Mmmm … Isn’t this tea super comforting and delicious? It’s hard to believe it’s promoting your health too, right? Enjoy!
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