Golden anti-inflammatory tea

The benefits of turmeric are well-known, and it is one of the best herbal remedies for arthritis and inflammation. Turmeric

The benefits of turmeric are well-known, and it is one of the best herbal remedies for arthritis and inflammation.

Turmeric is also known for its benefits to digestion, immune function, liver health and even possible protection from cancer.

We’ve found a recipe for an anti-inflammatory tea. Drinking this before bed to aid relaxation and help boost the immune system.



  • 2 cups non-dairy milk
  • ½ teaspoon turmeric paste (recipe below)
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon ground ginger
  • ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • ½ teaspoon coconut oil
  • 1-2 teaspoons raw honey

Turmeric Paste

  • ¼ cup turmeric powder
  • ½ cup water
  • ¾ teaspoon black pepper


  1. Mix all ingredients in a small saucepan and heat on low.
  2. Whisk well and serve warm!

Turmeric Paste

  1. Mix the turmeric and water in a pan over low heat, stirring until a paste is formed.
  2. Once you have a paste, stir in the black pepper.
  3. Cool and store in a glass jar in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.
  1. Dani Olsen  

    You can potting turmerc tree, so can make fresh turmeric paste.
    What you do just buy fresh turmeric from the shop and burried into a pot with good soil and watering every second day. When it is growing good do not picking straight away, the harvest time is when all the leaves are dry, The young leaves you can slice fine mix with green salad and the old leaf can add into the curry just like bayleaves.

  2. Hans  

    Prevention is better than treatments.
    The very first step to start eliminating Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms is to avoid milk. This may seem like an unlikely first-step, but without eliminating milk then everything else that I teach will fall to the wayside. Milk is one of the most allergy-forming, intestine-ruining, acid forming things you could put into your precious body.
    “Rheumatoid arthritis is more severe than osteoarthritis, is most common in the hands and feet, and is characterized by swelling of joints. Since this type of joint pain can be a symptom of a food allergy, dietary change sometimes has a profound effect. Dairy products, the most common food allergen, are one likely candidate as a contributing causative factor.” Vegetarian and Vegan Nutrition by George Eisman, M.A., M.Sc., R.D.
    “…43 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, those assigned to a vegan diet…had improvement in rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.”
    British Journal of Rheumatology, 36(1) 1997
    “In systemic arthritis, like Rheumatoid, the cause is coursing through the blood, and it got there through the diet. When all of the joints are involved, the cause is not physical, but chemical. It’s usually casein. (Eighty percent of milk protein is casein).
    No Milk, by Daniel Twogood, D.C.

  3. Margaret  

    This is not clear. Is it 2 separate recipes? What do you do with the paste?

    • joyce  

      The recipe says how much paste then below says how to make paste ..pretty clear to me.

      • Lynda  

        Hi Joyce see where you are a bit confused. Look in the ingredients list beside turmeric its says recipe below.

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