How to Make Pain Relief and Anti-Inflammatory Ginger Turmeric Tea




Turmeric and ginger have strong anti-inflammatory properties. They have been used for years as medical herbs and as a spice in cooking.

Experts recommend using these herbs in gastrointestinal treatment, inflammatory conditions, and more. They are the best plants to relieve joint pain.

Turmeric. Studies have shown that turmeric is the best for pain relief from chronic arthritis and joint pain, more than aspirin and other medicines.

It also reduces the symptoms of ulcerative colitis and osteoarthritis. Chinese and Indian Ayurveda medicine use turmeric in arthritis treatment.

Turmeric reduces inflammation, arthritis joint pain, and arthritic stiffness. It has a positive effect on digestion too.

Ginger. With its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger is excellent for dealing with muscle and arthritis pain. It has very powerful anti-inflammatory substances.

A survey of rheumatic diseases (osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis), has shown that a regular use of ginger relieves pain, improves movement, reduces swelling, and improves agility.

In addition to their anti-inflammatory properties, ginger also helps with digestion, lowers intestinal gases, relieves nausea, and serves as a treatment for colds and other diseases of the respiratory system.

Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Ginger Tea Recipe

  • 1 cup of water;
  • 1 tsp. of freshly grated turmeric root (1/3 ground);
  • 1 tsp. of fresh ginger root (1/3 ground);
  • little Bee Free Honee Vegan Honey or Raw Organic Honey;
  • Lemon.


Pour water into a small container. Add ingredients and boil the liquid for 15-20 minutes at a moderate temperature.

Strain the tea and add a slice of lemon and your favorite honey for a sweet and fresh taste.

How Much Should You Drink?

Depending on your needs and occur of pain, you can drink this tea more than one cup a day.

Side effects

Ginger and turmeric are safe and without significant side effects.

However, we recommend consulting a doctor if you have a bleeding disorder or take blood-thinning drugs.

Using these herbs orally in medicinal amounts is likely unsafe in breastfeeding and pregnant women.

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