Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Tea


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6 thoughts on “Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Tea

  1. I must say that this tea is surprisingly good!… I didn’t put in the orange juice or the honey… and I used coconut oil and a bit of ghee instead of the olive oil..
    good tea to sip on during the day…
    Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Is the turmeric tea bad for th2 dominant people since turmeric is th2 stimulator?

    • In theory, yes, if you know that Th2 stimulants affect you negatively (caffeine, green tea, turmeric, etc) I would not use it. If you don’t know if you react to those things, I might try it and take it slow to see your reaction. My autoimmune conditions are th1 dominant, but too much th2 stimulation can sometimes make me feel worse. Hope it helps 🙂

      • In that case, it might be more correct to warn people with Th2 dominant symptoms of turmeric, rather than those with Th1 (as you state in your “Warning” paragraph). The way it’s currently stated it sounds like Th1 dominant people should avoid the Th2 stimulating turmeric – which, if I understand the theory correctly, is the wrong way around, or not?

  3. You are right, I made a typo and put Th1. Turmeric stimulates Th2 and those with Th2 dominant conditions would be worse-off by using turmeric. Thanks for catching that!

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