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As a spice, turmeric has only really found its way into our kitchens in Europe in the last few decades. Until then, only a few top chefs who were keen to experiment had used the golden-yellow root. In India, her homeland, this tuber has been considered sacred for around 5,000 years, which is why turmeric tea is also considered a special delicacy. If you buy turmeric tea at teedose.ch, you have the option of either preparing pure tea from turmeric - or creating the version of golden milk that is common in India. In principle, in addition to the tea, you also need fresh ginger, some coconut oil, a tablespoon of agave syrup, a little cashew or almond milk and a pinch of pepper and cinnamon. A wonderfully intense drink that you can also store in the fridge and warm up again and again.

Turmeric tea - hot drink from five millennia of sanctity

But a cup of pure turmeric tea is also exciting and recommended. The active ingredient it contains - it is called curcumin - is considered antiviral and is said to inhibit inflammation. In alternative medicine, it is used as a preventative against various diseases, such as Alzheimer's, diabetes, asthma, arthritis and even cancer. In addition, turmeric enjoys the reputation of being a good prophylactic against Covid-19. Plant milk with a high fat content is suitable for diluting the tea, and coconut oil also tastes pretty good. A pinch of cinnamon always goes well with turmeric tea. This not only rounds off the taste excellently, but also ideally replaces other sweeteners: turmeric sweetened with cinnamon can keep the blood sugar level in balance and at the same time improve the burning of body fat.