Organic Turmeric Powder for Tea
Turmeric has been around for nearly 4,000 years, and is enjoying a recent revival due to its anti-inflammatory properties from the presence of curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric. This perennial rhizome, a member of the ginger family, is native to the tropics in South Asia and has been used both medicinally and in cooking over the centuries. In recent research, curcumin’s components also have powerful antioxidant properties.
The spice that gives curry, ball park mustard and your own clothing if you aren’t careful!, its characteristic flavor and hue, this slightly peppery spice with a warm fragrance is beloved by millions. It is also used in Indian spiritual rituals, as well as an ingredient in skin & beauty products. Read more about turmeric as well as some flavoring tips https://www.kombuchakamp.com/kombucha-flavoring-recipe-turmeric-the-queen-of-spices
If you saw an Ayuervedic or Chinese doctor, they’d prescribe turmeric for a host of problems including menstrual issues to toothache to chest pain to colic.
Warm Nights – turmeric + ginger
Citrus Buzz – turmeric, bee pollen, touch of honey