Turmeric tea

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  1. skrinkle

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    Does anyone else drink turmeric tea? I want to try some new ones, because drinking the same kind every time can get boring. Currently I drink the Celestial one from Walmart because it’s cheap and easy

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  2. Squire72

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    I’ve never tried tumeric in tea, you like it?

    I have lots of tea, and even some celestial seasonings tea, but I’ve never tried that one
     
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    Never heard of it, I take the capsules.
     
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    My roommate puts tumeric in rice when she cooks it - I was surprised how little flavour it adds, just adds some healthy nutritional content.

    Knowing that, I doubt it would negatively affect taste, and it definitely makes it even better for you
     
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    I don't like tea. I prefer coffee the morning.
     
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    I believe that tumeric is primarily used for its scent and colour.
     
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    @Karlijn How come whenever I see you, you are always wearing that black shirt with that necklace around your neck and sporting that sassy facial expression? Don't you ever change your shirt and don't you know how to make other facial expressions, lol?

    P.S. And what is hand reaching for there, lol? :jk:
     
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    Mostly, it’s also nutrient dense apparently
     
  9. JadeBlackOlive

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    I take it for arthritis, not that I've noticed any difference but its supposed to be good & I see no harm.
     
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    Yeah, it’s supposed to be anti inflammatory just like ginger. I take it for that reason as well but I’m not sure if it does anything. Although I do notice that since I started drinking it I’ve felt more energetic than usual. I drink some at night and right when I wake up.
     
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    Well I had hip replacement last October, & am waiting for the second one now, so its not doing much preventing. I have arthritis everywhere else too.
     
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    I mostly have black tea. never tried turmeric tea. Did you try it yet? If so, how was it ?
     
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    I drink, green & black teas. I'm not much for the herbal teas.....they aren't tea to me.
     

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