If you’re anything like me in 2012, chances are you’re not a complete health fanatic. You’re interested in healthy diet, but you probably eat a normal diet. This means pastries, meats, salt, sugar, processed foods and coffee (hello office world). After all these are the foods that are readily available everywhere – at the office, at events, …
Turmeric is an easily available spice in Asian cuisine, which is used since old times. Apart from the culinary usage, it is quite popular for its medicinal benefits and here comes the importance of turmeric tea. This is an extremely soothing infusion prepared from either freshly peeled and grated turmeric roots or good quality turmeric powder, which enhances our health in a number of ways.
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I picked these herbs because I can easily grow them in my zone 3 climate (except ginger which I can buy at the grocery store. There is nothing magical about these specific herbs except that they are local to me. It frustrates me when an herbal recipe calls for exotic ingredients but a common local herb would have sufficed. So use this recipe as a guide for your own herbal alchemy.