Turmeric is an amazing ingredient to have in your spice cabinet and in your medicine cabinet. It can help soothe joint and arthritis pain as it is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Turmeric may also help with headaches, depression, upset stomach and lung infections. Turmeric is fat soluble, so you’ll absorb more of its nutrient properties if you have it with a little bit of good fat, like this tea made with coconut milk. This tasty turmeric tea will perk you up in the morning, calm you down at night and soothe a sore throat.
Drink up and cheers to your good health!
Tasty Turmeric Tea
8 ounces (1 cup) coconut milk
1 teaspoon turmeric
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Dash of cayenne pepper
1/2 – 1 teaspoon honey or sweetener of choice
Optional additions: cardamom, nutmeg, ginger
Gently warm the coconut milk in a pot on the stove. In a mug, combine the remaining ingredients. Add a teaspoon of the warmed milk into the mug and stir until the liquid is smooth with no lumps. Slowly continue adding the rest of the milk and mix well.
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