• Turmeric Tea Effective for Pain Relief

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    If you would like to avoid taking too many ibuprofen tablets due to the harmful consequences of long term use, then we have a healthy natural alternative to share with you today. Not many people know the huge health benefits that turmeric has to offer, it can be used to relieve tension from aches and pains, headaches, etc.

    If you are anything like how I used to be, you are popping far too many ibuprofen tablets (Advil, Motrin, Nuprin & Nurofen) for everything ranging from headache, backache and other muscular aches and pains. Whilst ibuprofen is great at reducing pain and inflammation, there are many adverse effects from long-term use… The side-effects  of long-term ibuprofen (and other NSAIDs) use can include nausea/diarrhea, gastrointestinal bleeding, hypertension (high blood pressure), increased risk of heart attack, increased risk of kidney cancer, erectile dysfunction and more… Luckily nature has provided a safer, natural alternative – turmeric.

    Turmeric Tea Recipe

    2 tablespoons of grated fresh turmeric root, or 1 heaped teaspoon of ground turmeric
    4 cups of water
    Honey/fresh lemon to taste

    Instructions

    Bring the water to the boil on the stove and then add the turmeric. If using fresh grated turmeric, boil for 15-20 minutes. If using powdered turmeric, boil for 10 minutes. When ready, strain the tea through a fine sieve, and add the honey and lemon to taste.

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