A legend says: when Jesus was born wise men from east came and brought him myrrh, also frankincense and gold. But, ancient text implies that people named turmeric – a “gold”.
Turmeric is mentioned in the Bible, also has been part of Ayurvedic medicine long time, for centuries.
Besides being a flavorful spice, turmeric is a potent blood cleanser also. When Kings were poisoned turmeric was given to cure. Western Medicine have acknowledged turmeric recently even though the fact is that turmeric has been used as a medicine for centuries.
Poison of the Modern World
Over 42,000 new toxins are introduced into the world last year and it is very shocking. These chemicals come from air fresheners, cosmetics, cleaning products, water, shampoos, air, toothpastes and moreover, the food we eat. Some of these are harmless, but most of them are disrupting endocrine system, which is responsible for secretion a number of hormones into the bloodstream. Number of chemicals that people are using daily disturb vital organs- heart, kidneys and also liver. But, there are a number of things we can do in order to avoid chemicals. Still, it is not possible to avoid chemicals altogether, and therefore it is vital to optimize your health and also prepare the body for toxins exposure.
Turmeric Incredible Benefits
Besides phenomenal advances in medicine people are still sick. People became constantly worried about theirs and their loved ones health. Simple lifestyle changes, consuming whole foods also, can revolutionize everybody’s health.
Turmeric the most powerful spice in the world because it is:
- Anti allergenic
- Cancer preventative
Here is why we should use Turmeric Every Day?
In hundreds of studies about anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric are given and in number of illnesses caused by inflammation turmeric was really beneficial.
Boosts Mental Health
Proved by studies, turmeric has potent neuroprotective properties. Therefore can be treatment for a number of conditions such as epilepsy, tardive dyskinesia depression, Alzheimer’s disease and many other neurodegenerative disorders.
Improves Gut Health
Crucial meaning of healthy is due to its consistence of hormones: 95 % of the serotonin and other important hormones. Turmeric is helping you improve gut health.
How to Use Turmeric Every Day? Here are 7 Different Ways
1) Turmeric Juice Shot
- Turmeric root , half inch or powdered turmeric one teaspoon
- Sea salt
- 1/2 lemon
Squeeze a juice from turmeric and lemon, then add salt and drink it.
2) Turmeric Tea
Chop some turmeric and put it in a tea maker, or prepare your tea in this way:
- Fresh grated turmeric (half teaspoon)
- Hot water (1 cup)
- Raw honey
- Black pepper
- Little lime
Bring water to boiling point then add the turmeric and just leave it simmer about 5 minutes. After, strain it and add all of the ingredients.
3) Turmeric Soup
Chopped or grated turmeric (one knuckle), Organic bone broth or veggie (four cups)
Simmer turmeric and broth approximately 15 minutes and then strain it. When done add some black pepper to soup.
4) Turmeric Scramble
Just throw some turmeric on eggs that you eat for breakfast.
5) Golden Milk
Mix a teaspoon of powdered turmeric with warm coconut milk. But, if you do have time, make following recipe:
- Almond or coconut milk (one cup)
- Fresh grated or powdered turmeric (one teaspoon)
- Fresh grated or powdered ginger ( one quarter teaspoon)
- Water (quarter cup)
- Vanilla (quarter teaspoon)
- Cinnamon (a dash)
- Clove (a dash)
- Cardamom (a dash)
- Raw honey ( two teaspoons)
Just simmer all of the ingredients for a minute.
6) Turmeric Smoothie
- Coconut flakes (two tablespoons)
- Fresh or powdered turmeric ( 1 teaspoon)
- Hemp seed hearts (1 teaspoon)
- Frozen mango / pineapple ( 1 1/2 cup)
- Almond milk or coconut milk ( 1/2)
- Maca root (1 teaspoon)
- Black pepper (a dash)
Blend all together and enjoy!
7) Turmeric Kefir
Only need to add a teaspoon of turmeric in your kefir and enjoy.
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