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Loose Tea with Turmeric

Lately, turmeric has found its way more and more into western cuisine. Primarily used as a delicious spice, it can also be used to make tea. Turmeric belongs to the ginger family and tastes not quite as hot, but pleasantly spicy and slightly bitter. Due to its natural colour, turmeric tea is always pleasantly golden yellow and slightly cloudy. Our speciality Turmeric Sunset is particularly tasty and aromatic.

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Why Turmeric is Healthy

Turmeric is said to have all kinds of healing properties. In Ayurvedic medicine, it is mainly used to lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels. First thing in the morning after getting up, turmeric tea invigorates the body and many people also swear by its disinfecting effect when they have a cold. Turmeric is also often recommended for losing weight, as it stimulates the burning of fat. The curcumin contained in the spice is also said to strengthen the immune system and have an antioxidant effect. Meanwhile, turmeric is also used in orthodox medicine to remedy digestive problems such as flatulence, diarrhoea and constipation.

The turmeric root originally comes from Asian regions. In India and Thailand, turmeric is a component of almost every dish. The well-known curry spice mix also contains turmeric as one of its main ingredients. It is ideal for a somewhat spicy, slightly bitter taste. Those who like it exotic should try a little turmeric powder in their coffee.