How to make turmeric water

How to make turmeric water. 

Turmeric is known to be one of the most potent herbs for healing. It benefits bones and joints and also has anti-inflammatory qualities. It is also known to alleviate metastases from happening in some cancers.


Turmeric is also great for detox, aiding the liver and kidney at cleansing, and it boosts metabolism and helps in weight management. It has also been known to aid psoriasis, damaged skin, depression, arthritis and many more conditions. Turmeric is revered both in Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine. Here’s how to make Turmeric Juice

First peel turmeric. Your fingers will become yellow but don’t worry.  Open a tamarind and make sure to remove all inner roots  Fill a big pot with water, place peeled turmeric in and boil for  20 minutes until the water turns rich and vibrant with marigold color.

Next, get a pan and put 1 inch of water with the peeled tamarind, mixing ix it till dissolved into a jam texture. By this time, you should be able to see the little seeds coming out. When the texture looks soft, turn heat off and let it cool down.

Now g o back to the turmeric water. Pour cold water to lower the temperature. Take the turmeric water and pour into a blender with the turmeric. Blend well. The color will be a blazing marigold.

Now return to the tamarind in the pan. Pour it in a strainer that is placed on top of a small bowl to sift the tamarind. Mix the jam like material in the strainer using a wooden utensil.  Next, add the tamarind caught in the bowl into the blender with the turmeric water. Blend again. Finally, squeeze your lemons in the blender. Now you can pour your turmeric juice into your jar. Add honey to sweeten, close the lid, and shake it vigorously. Store in the ref up to 3-4 days and enjoy everyday.


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