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Last Updated on October 23, 2020 by Renee’

One of the most nutritious teas you can drink. Lemon Turmeric Ginger Tea! www.thehealthnutmama.com

One of the most nutritious teas you can drink. Lemon Turmeric Ginger Tea! www.thehealthnutmama.com

One of the most nutritious teas you can drink. Lemon Turmeric Ginger Tea! www.thehealthnutmama.com

This Lemon Turmeric Ginger Tea has so many health benefits that you should be drinking it every morning. My husband & I drink it every morning upon waking on an empty stomach for the best benefits. 

 

I call it my flu shot in a mug!

Read more about the Health Benefits of Turmeric here.

Also, if you do end up sick from a cold or flu, drink this several times a day. It is so soothing. Also, make sure you are drinking plenty of Bone Broth.  Learn how to make it here. If you get a cough, check out my recipe for Homemade Cough Syrup. This is the best Cough Syrup I have found. Better than anything over the counter without all the nasty chemicals. 

Drinking this Lemon Turmeric Ginger Tea daily helps me tremendously to get through allergy season! I used to get severe allergy symptoms every spring including sinus infections. Ever since I have been drinking this tea I hardly have any symptoms at all.  I haven’t had a sinus infection in years! And believe me, I used to get them every. single. year!

Lemon JuiceLemon Juice

is rich in Vitamin A, C & Magnesium. It Balances blood sugar, Balances PH levels, Helps with weight loss, aids with digestion, Boosts the immune system, Supports Heart Health, Prevents Kidney Stones, Prevents Wrinkles, Lowers Cholesterol, Boosts Liver Function, & many more.

The antioxidants found in lemons can neutralize the damage caused by free radicals.  This means that Lemons can help to protect the cells of the immune system. Lemons can also shield the body from various infections and illnesses caused by viruses and bacteria.

 

 

Cinnamon Cinnamon Sticks

Helps to lower blood sugar,  boosts metabolism, boosts Brain function, improves colon function, protects against heart disease, improves blood circulation, helps to treat respiratory infections, helps prevent cancer, reduces bad cholesterol, treats Neurodegenerative diseases, alleviates arthritis pain & many more.

 

Turmeric10 Amazing Benefits of Tumeric

is Anti-Inflammatory (helps with arthritis), reduces pain. Read more about the many benefits of Turmeric here.

 

 

GingerGinger

is Anti-Inflammatory, reduces pain, boosts the immune system to combat cold & flu, reduces nausea, helps to reduce muscle discomfort, helps to ease osteoarthritis, fights infections, due to it’s anti-viral properties it helps to fight viruses, lowers cholesterol, aids in digestion & many more.

 

 

Coconut OilCoconut Oil

 Helps to boost metabolism & better absorption. Read more about the many benefits of Coconut Oil here.

 

 

 

Black Pepper black pepper

Turmeric needs black pepper to help your body absorb it

 

 

 

Raw Honeyhoney

has Anti-Viral, Anti-Fungal & Anti Bacterial properties. It provides cough relief, better sleep quality, improves performance, improves memory, helps in reducing weight when mixed with warm water & lemon, is rich in vitamins & minerals, has antiseptic properties, antioxidant properties & anti-cancer properties, speeds wound healing, 

 

 

 

Cayenne Peppercayenne peppers

Boosts metabolism, Helps with congestion from cold & flu by breaking up and moving congested mucus, has Anti-Irritant Properties to ease upset stomach, ulcers, sore throats, spasmodic and irritating coughs, reducing blood clots, aids with digestion & diarrhea.

It also has Anti-Fungal & Anti-Allergen properties. Cayenne pepper combined with honey, lemon & warm water makes a great whole body detox.

 

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Drink this Lemon Turmeric Tea every morning on an empty stomach for maximum benefits! I call it my flu shot in a mug! Drink several times a day if you are feeling a little under the weather. Helps to sooth sore throats, reduce cold & flu symptoms & boost immunity. #naturalremedies #health #turmeric #tea #honey #lemon #holistic #natural #sorethroat #colds #flu #symptoms #digestion #thehealthnutmama
Ingredients:

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Directions:

  • Put all ingredients in a Large Cup except the water.
  • Add Hot Filtered Water & Steep for about 5-10 min.
  • Drink

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Tips:

  • Drink this tea 1st thing in the morning on an empty stomach.
  • If you want to detox or lose weight, it is suggested to drink before every meal or twice a day.
  • It also aids in digestion.
  • If doing for inflammation, drink 2-3 times a day or at least morning & before bedtime.
  • Add 1 Tbs. of ACV (apple cider vinegar) for even more health benefits. Just make sure it has the mother in it like this one. (Not the Heinz brand)
  • For Allergies or Cold & Flu, drink 2-3 cups a day. I double the honey & add Bee Pollen & Vitamin C powder.
 
Read more about the Healing Powers of Turmeric here.
 

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14 comments

  1. Crystal says:

    Hi Reneé,

    Please also note that cayenne should be excluded for AIP; there are so many restrictions, it’s sad. 😕 What is the purpose of the coconut oil? I unfortunately have an intolerance to coconut, which sucks because I love it and used to us it for so many recipes. Just wondering if I should sub another oil or leave it out altogether? Sounds amazing…can’t wait to try it!

    • Renee' says:

      Hi Crystal, I thought I had mentioned cayenne wasn’t AIP. Thanks for letting me know. I’ll correct that. Here is an article on the Benefits of Coconut Oil. Since you are intolerant I would just leave it out or use another oil. Coconut oil helps with metabolism & better absorption. Let me know how you like the tea! My daughter & I (we think) had the “virus” back in February. This tea helped so much.

  2. Renee' says:

    Posting this comment from one of my readers: “this is amazing, I have asthma and when i get sick it takes me a long time to get better but with this tea it takes less time and i don’t have to go to the doctors. Plus it tastes amazing. I recommend it ?”

    • Renee' says:

      I’ve never tried it as iced tea. It definitely mixes better warm. As far as the benefits, I would think it would be better warm, but I have no scientific data to back that up. I’ve always heard to drink warm lemon water 1st thing in the morning on an empty stomach to stimulate the liver, so I would think the same applies. If the only way you would drink it is iced, then I would do it however makes it easier to consume.

  3. Wj says:

    Renee’
    I did a Google search for Lemon Turmeric Ginger tea and found your delicious recipe. If the stars were mine, I’d give you ten.

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