Long a staple of Indian cuisine, turmeric and ginger work harmoniously to offer an exotic blend of tea that greatly complements a meal.
Curcumin, turmeric’s most significant compound, has medicinal properties and is used to reduce joint pain, reduce heart disease, arthritis, inflammation, improve brain function, lower the risk for brain diseases and even treat depression.
It has been shown to match the effectiveness of some anti-inflammatory drugs. There is no shortage of impressive research which now supports this ancient healing beverage’s ingredient.
ginger which has heaps of bioactive phytonutrients which. like turmeric, modern science is now substantiating it’s healing properties.
Ginger has traditionally been used to help fight nausea, but it can reduce muscle pain, joint pain and inflammation from rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis as well.
And of course anything that promotes a healthy digestion makes me happy. Ginger has long been known to help with nausea as mentioned but ginger also is not shy when it comes to leveraging its clout when indigestion is concerned.