Okinawans are some of the longest living people in the world. Experts say it's because they control their inflammation process so well, consistently measuring 20 years younger than they are chronologically. One of the Okinawans daily habits is drinking turmeric tea, which is a major contributor to slashing cellular inflammation.
The magical root as an incredible anti-inflammatory, powerful antioxidant, liver booster, and a cleansing agent. It aids in preventing cancer, liver disease and even Alzheimer's. Wow! Try the recipe below to discover what might be the secret to longevity.
TURMERIC TEA 4 cups water 1 teaspoon turmeric (or a 3-inch strip fresh turmeric root, peeled) 1 teaspoon ginger powder (or a 4-inch strip fresh ginger root, peeled) Honey or dark-liquid stevia, to taste Lemon slices, or the juice of a full lemon (to taste)
Put water into a small pot and bring to a boil on the stove. Make sure that the water has come to a full boil. Add turmeric and ginger powder to the boiling water and reduce to simmer for 8 to 10 minutes. This will extract the beneficial compounds from the turmeric and ginger. Remove the pot from the stove. Strain the tea into a cup through a fine-mesh strainer to filter out the particles of turmeric and ginger. Add sweetener and lemon to taste.