BLOG: Whisking up Turmeric Gingerade

RECIPE: Turmeric Gingerade

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If you have chronic pain, you have inflammation. Turmeric consumption daily is a wonderful way to address the inflammation naturally. I’m not a huge fan of pills/supplements when we can get it through food. My favorite way to consume turmeric is my turmeric gingerade - you get the anti-inflammatory action of turmeric with the added anti-inflammation action of ginger.

Heat damages the properties of many foods including raw honey which may be used as a sweetener for your turmenric gingerade.

Before we get started, please note that honey is not recommended by the AAP for children under 12 months of age due to botulism. If you are concerned about botulism in your honey, use a pH test strip. Botulism spores reproduce when pH is greater than 4.6 - PubMed reference. The range of pH for honey is between 3.2 - 4.5 - PubMed reference.

This may be consumed warm or over ice. If adding raw honey as sweetener, this drink is best consumed cool as heat damages the beneficial components of the raw honey. If consuming warm, I sweeten with stevia drops or coconut sugar.

How to MAKE Turmeric Gingerade

Making this anti-inflammatory drink is super simple. . If you don’t have some of the items, I’ve added Amazon affiliate links where you can buy them but you should be able to find most of these items locally if you don’t already have them in your pantry or fridge. This recipe is being supplied absolutely free and you don’t have to use any of my links, however, if you appreciate my BLOGS, feel free to use one or more of the links or drop a donation to my Southside Bank loan account 246965 (routing 111923607) as I’m still paying off an original debt of over $100k incurred from 5 years of giving away free chiropractic care to service disabled veterans and kids with injuries eligible for VAERS. High overhead does not go well with a soft heart.



Today, I’m drinking it cool & used honey from my own beehive.

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Consumption of honey is not recommended by the AAP for chidren under 12 months of age due to botulism.

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