How To Take Turmeric For Inflammation - An Easy Guide
This plant is super versatile, so as well as taking a turmeric tonic you can use it as a topical paste, in a herbal tea, as a gargle, or in your cooking (keep reading for our recipe). The part of the plant used is the rhizome, which can be consumed dried, cooked, or raw, and has a slightly peppery, mildly bitter, and earthy flavour. Turmeric is mainly used to help support healthy inflammation levels.
Working to support healthy inflammation levels will help your overall health by reducing pain and strain and also reduce the effects on your immune system (ongoing inflammation can impact your immunity by placing extra stress on your system - this can lead to feeling like you ‘catch’ everything).
After reading all the magical properties of turmeric you’re probably keen for an easy recipe on how to take turmeric. Aside from our very own turmeric tonic (Anti-Flam), here’s an easy quick recipe that is the perfect flavour enhancer for any meal!