Organic Turmeric Powder is recommended for the best anti-inflammatory benefits, like many products today if you do not go with organic you are exposing yourself to chemicals such as pesticide chemicals just for one. Just lately turmeric has been brought out in the open for all its benefits, you can get this through the fresh raw form as well as in the supplement form. When using the supplement form it is recommended you take 1000 milligrams per day, this is available in tablet or capsule form.
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Turmeric like the majority of natural herbal products has very few side-effects, there are some side-effects I want you to know about before you start using this for your inflammation. The majority of people who have experienced any side-effects complain about stomach upset and some rare cases people have experienced stomach ulcers, stomach upset is your first warning sign you are over using this in your diet.
Anyone on diabetes medication may experience a drop in their blood sugar levels, consult your physician before using turmeric products if you are on any diabetes medications just to be safe.
Turmeric may interfere with blood clotting when taking Warfarin medication or similar medication, again consult your physician before taking turmeric if you are taking these types of medications.
The majority of people prepare a tea from ground turmeric, if you are a tea drinker this might be the method you will prefer to use to add turmeric to your diet to reduce your inflammation.
4 Cups Water
1 Teaspoon Ground Turmeric
Simmer 10 minues
Strain Into Cup
Add Honey or Lemon If Desired
Adding ginger provides you an additional anti-inflammatory tea beverage
Turmeric Anti-Inflammatory Snack
Sprinkle turmeric powder on avocado for a super anti-inflammatory snack, you can also sprinkle turmeric on your salads or blend directly into your anti-inflammatory salad dressing with this recipe.
Anti-Inflammatory Salad Dressing
1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric
2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon raw honey
Lemon juice of 1/2 lemon
What Is On My Mind Today
Get creative with adding turmeric to your meals, I add a little to all my meals especially my soups. Soup works very well to cover up the taste of turmeric, I have had no problems with any side-effects using turmeric. I add a little in most of my meals I prepare, I have even mixed it with mustard so every time I use my mustard I am getting some anti-inflammatory and mustard is my favorite condiment to use. I read recently you can brush your teeth with turmeric, just take your wet toothbrush and dip it into a little turmeric and whatever sticks to your toothbrush use. This should not be used daily, best to limit this to a few times per month just to be safe plus the taste is not appealing to many people, anyway. Add turmeric to your smoothies, just a few pinches to your smoothies is all it takes. I hope these few ideas gets your wheels turning to add turmeric to your diet if you start to experience stomach upset just cut back on how much you are using each day.