Turmeric Ginger Lemonade to Relieve Joint Pain and Reduce Blood Pressure (Easy to Make)

Turmeric Ginger Lemonade to Relieve Joint Pain and Reduce Blood Pressure (Easy to Make)

November 5, 2019 0 By Bertrand Dibbert


Turmeric Ginger Lemonade to Relieve Joint
Pain and Reduce Blood Pressure (Easy to Make) Turmeric and ginger have been used since forever.
Both spices have a strong anti-inflammatry power, and you can use them to relieve your
pain and many health conditions. When combined together, turmeric and ginger do wonders for
your body. Inflammation as underlying cause for many
diseases Inflammation helps the body set up a healthy
balance. However, chronic inflammation may lead to serious diseases, such as cancer,
heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and depression. Turmeric has an incredible anti-inflammatory
effect, and you can use it to maintain your health at optimal level. Health benefits of turmeric tea Curcumin gives turmeric its color and healing
power. According to Herbal Medicine, turmeric relieves gas and optimizes liver function.
You can use it to reduce joint inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic digestive issues
and abdominal pain. Unfortunately, the body is unable to absorb
curcumin on its own. Combine it with black pepper to increase its bioavailability. Piperine
in black pepper increases the absorption rate of curcumin by 2000 percent. Health benefits of ginger tea Ginger relieves pain and reduces inflammation
as confirmed in the book Herbal Medicine. Believe it or not, it’s as effective as
ibuprofen. You can use it to treat arthritis-related pain, rheumatism, osteoarthritis, nausea,
stomach cramps, and cardiovascular issues. Health benefits of turmeric and ginger tea Anti-inflammatory effect
According to the journal Advances in Pharmacological Studies, turmeric extract has been used in
the treatment of swollen joints, indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. Ginger has a similar effect to non-steroidal
anti-inflammatory drugs when it comes to relieving pain and reducing inflammation. The good part
comes when you realize that ginger has almost no side effects. Thanks to their antioxidant effect, turmeric
and ginger improve cognitive power and prevent/treat neurological diseases. Ginger contains 6-shogaol, a compound that
gives this spice its anti-inflammatory power. Use it to reduce memory impairment and relieve
the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Turmeric has a positive neuro-effect on patients
with dementia. Digestion
A 2008 study confirmed that ginger has an excellent effect on the gastrointestinal tract.
It enhances digestion, and reduces inflammation. Ginger is also used in the treatment of nausea
and intestines. Turmeric can be used as an effective remedy
for irritable bowel disease, indigestion, stomach ulcers, gastroesophaegal reflux disease
and Crohn’s disease. Heart health and blood pressure
According to the International Journal of Cardiology, curcumin extract lowers the risk
of blood clots, and prevents irregular heartbeat. Ginger lowers blood pressure and prevents
palpitations. Blood circulation
The journal Current Cardiology Reviews reported that ginger stimulates blood flow and other
cardiovascular issues. Curcumin prevents oxidative stress, too. Cholesterol issues
Combine ginger and turmeric to lower your cholesterol levels and prevent heart disease
and heart attack. This powerful duo can also boost your immunity,
and help you prevent and treat cancer. According to the journal Molecules, curcumin can suppress
initiation, progression and metastasis. You can use this combination to manage diabetes
symptoms, promote a healthy weight loss process and treat depression. Turmeric and ginger tea recipe Ingredients: 1 tsp. fresh ginger tea or 1/3 tsp. dried
turmeric 1 tsp. fresh turmeric root or 1/3 tsp. dried
turmeric ¼ tsp. black pepper Raw honey and a lemon slice Preparation: First, bring a cup of water to a boil. Turn
the heat off, and add in your spices. Steep for 5 minutes, and don’t forget to put the
lid on. Strain and sweeten with honey. Add in your black pepper and lemon. Caution Avoid ginger and turmeric in any of the following
cases: You take blood thinners (drugs that prevent
blood clots) You use diabetes medication You take medicine for hypertension You deal with gallstones and kidney stones Using large amounts of turmeric and ginger
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