15 Amazing Benefits of Turmeric Tea [with 3 Recipes]

Turmeric is commonly used in the subcontinent and in Asia.

Its benefits are being revealed every day and now many researchers have declared it a magical herb.

Certified information and researches have shown that turmeric has revolutionary medical properties within it.

In Today’s post, I will tell you about the Benefits of Turmeric Tea

So, at first, I’m going to walk you through the benefits of turmeric tea and then you will get to know about How to Make Turmeric Tea. (Along with other herbs)

Benefits of Turmeric Tea:

1. Turmeric Tea Protects you from Cancer

Benefits of Turmeric Tea

At present, dozens of cancer treatments have been discovered worldwide, with their own efficacy and drawbacks.

However, Curcumin is a compound found in turmeric that prevents the growth and variation in cancer cells, thereby, preventing cancer.

In addition to this, countless studies have shown that Curcumin prevents the spread of cancer cells and the proliferation of cancer viruses.

So far, more than 2000 research papers have been published only on Curcumin and cancer, and experts are trying to find out the beneficial aspect of curcumin against cancer.

 But researches to date suggest that this important element of turmeric is all-time effective to prevent cancer.

The best method to take curcumin is to take Turmeric Tea daily or a day after, especially in the winter season.

2. Turmeric Tea is Useful in Preventing Diabetes

Benefits of Turmeric Tea

Traditional medicine has been used for thousands of years for the treatment of diabetes.

And Turmeric is one of them!

Several studies on animals and humans have shown that the most important ingredient (curcumin) in turmeric is effective against diabetes.

So, if you drink turmeric tea regularly, you will remain safe from diseases like blood sugar and diabetes.

3. Turmeric is Useful in Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Curcumin (due to its excellent properties) in turmeric protects against mental and neurological disorders.

It prevents the decrease and breakdown of cells in the brain.

Therefore, it is important to increase the amount of turmeric in food.

The best method to intake turmeric is to drink turmeric tea.

Another factor has also been proven that turmeric protects the brain from altering those proteins that cause Alzheimer’s and other diseases.

4. Turmeric Tea for Improving the Body’s Immune System

Benefits of Turmeric Tea

Curcumin in turmeric tea has anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

In addition to this, it has a great ability to eliminate harmful bacteria.

It maintains the immune system and keeps many diseases—including cancer—away from you.

5. Turmeric Tea for Detoxification of Liver

Benefits of Turmeric Tea

The Liver is the most important part of our body. I always name the Liver as King of Human’s Body.

Curcumin in Turmeric Tea is the element that helps live remain healthy in various ways.

It helps the liver to detoxify toxins as they accumulate in the liver in the form of fat.

There is no doubt, Curcumin as a magical chemical protects the liver from various diseases.

 In addition to this, Turmeric Tea keeps the urine bag healthy that prevents it to produce stones.

So, taking Turmeric Tea after Breakfast, or before going bed, will help you keep your liver healthy.

6. Turmeric Tea for Joint and Arthritis Pain

benefits of turmeric tea

Turmeric Tea, according to the Indian method of diagnosing and treating “Ayurveda” is an auxiliary herb and spice for joint pain.

 Its Anti-inflammatory properties prevent the aging and weakness of bones.

This is why Tumeric Tea is always recommended in order to reduce joint pain in adults.

Moreover, Turmeric Tea is useful in treating joint and arthritis pain very effectively.

Research in 2016 revealed that people suffering from joint and arthritis pain in the United States drink turmeric tea daily, and they recovered to a great extent.

It was experienced that many of the key chemicals (such as curcumin) in turmeric reduce bone pain and joint inflammation.

Just try the Turmeric Tea, if you have joint pain problems.

7. Turmeric Tea Keep Heart Diseases at Bay

Benefits of Turmeic Tea

We know that a chemical compound called curcumin is common in turmeric and it has many beneficial properties.

It reduces internal inflammation on the one hand and contains antioxidants on the other.

 In this regard, a survey was done in 2012 and the heart patients were given three grams of curcumin mixed in the tea, three days before their bypass surgery and five days after the surgery.

You know what? 

It was noticed that it had helped reduce the risk of heart attacks by 17% in all the participants.

Curcumin eliminates the mysterious irritation within the body, which is also considered by experts to cause heart disease.

It also eliminates free radicals that are harmful to the body. According to experts, turmeric plays an important role in keeping the heart-healthy.

On the other hand, normalizing blood pressure also prevents blood clotting from occurring.

Another study found that taking 500mg of curcumin supplement daily reduces the risk of cholesterol by 12%.

And, the intake of a cup of turmeric tea daily will fulfill your needs.

8. Turmeric Tea Improves Digestion

Turmeric helps protect the whole digestive system and prevents stomach ache and Bowel Syndrome.

Research done in 2012 showed that turmeric helps speed up the digestion process.

If you take a cup of turmeric tea daily, you will see noticeable improvements in your digestive system.

9. Turmeric Tea is a Lungs Protector

Curcumin in Turmeric Tea keeps the lungs healthy.

A study in 2007 showed that (although a few information was available) it has proven useful in treating asthma, respiratory diseases, cystic fibrosis, and other lung diseases.

When the patients were given a curcumin supplement for a few days, their bodies began to lose countless chemicals that were supposed to be detrimental to their lungs.

Some 2400 patients reported that turmeric compounds benefited them from various respiratory diseases.

 A study done showed that circadian circulation in turmeric protects against asthma, cystic fibrosis, and lung attack.


These were major benefits of Turmeric Tea as I have discussed above.

Now I’m going to tell you about how you can prepare turmeric tea at home.

How to Make Turmeric Tea:

how to make turmeric tea

Recipe 1. A simple recipe!

  • Take fresh turmeric powder, or you can purchase turmeric tea powder from the supermarket, which claimed to contain an extra amount of curcumin.
  • Boil the four cups of water.
  • Add turmeric paste or one to two teaspoons of powder to it.
  • Boil it in water for ten minutes and allow it to cool for 2-3 minutes.
  • You can also mix milk or honey.
  • But experts say that adding a teaspoon of cream, condensed milk, and ghee into the tea helps the body absorb curcumin very well.

Now the Tea is ready to drink.


If this tea does not taste good, add some honey to it. Continuous use of this tea will protect you from many diseases.

Additionally, a small amount of black pepper in turmeric tea increases the body’s ability to absorb curcumin.

Sip it, and you are welcome on a healthy journey.

This was all about Turmeric Tea, but you can add ginger to turmeric tea to spice things up for more health benefits.

Benefits of Turmeric Ginger Tea:

You have read all about the benefits of Turmeric Tea, but if you add ginger to turmeric tea it will benefit you a lot.

Here are the amazing benefits of turmeric ginger tea you need to know:

10. Turmeric Ginger Tea helps you losing Belly Fat

Turmeric is a spice that is used in almost every house and every meal requires a pinch of this spice—at least.

There is no need to say something about how beneficial turmeric is in regard to health and skin.

You know, Turmeric Benefits are wide and its benefits are now being acknowledged by the Western medical experts.

But did you know that if you add ginger to turmeric tea you can get rid of the Belly Fat faster than you can imagine?


Turmeric ginger tea is really beneficial for this purpose, and the daily use of this can solve the problem of belly fat.

11. Turmeric Ginger Tea Improves Digestion

Benefits of Turmeric Ginger tea

If our digestive system works well, metabolism will be more effective.

Turmeric ginger tea also improves bowel movement by relieving gas, stomach upset, gastrointestinal distress, and improves stomach ability to digest food.

12. Turmeric Ginger Tea Reduces Swelling and Inflammation

Acute bodily aggravation is the cause of many diseases along with obesity; rather it also fails the effort to lose weight.

Both these herbs have anti-inflammatory properties.


The use of turmeric ginger tea controls the edema and helps in reducing swelling and inflammation and also helps in weight loss.

According to medical experts, swelling and inflammation also lead to obesity, which increases the risk of type-2 diabetes, blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease.

And drinking turmeric ginger tea will protect you from these diseases.

13. Turmeric Ginger Tea Decreases Body Fat

Curcuminoids, a bioactive compound found in turmeric, are also used in many medicines.

According to experts, the compound helps reduce fat growth by reducing fat tissue growth.

Using ginger with turmeric tea boosts the fat burning process and can prevent fast-growing cells from growing.

14. Turmeric Ginger Tea is Helpful in Losing Weight after Pregnancy

turmeric ginger tea benefits

During pregnancy, the weight of women often increases, and Turmeric Tea with ginger can help to lose this extra weight.

Here’s how you can make Turmeric Ginger Tea.

Recipe 2. Happy Tummy Tea

Turmeric Ginger Tea Recipe:

Turmeric Ginger Tea Recipe
Ingredients Quantity
Turmeric 1 Teaspoon
Milk 2 Cups
Cinnamon (powdered) ½ Teaspoon
Ginger A few Slices

Above stated quantity is for only one Cup of Tea!

Preparation Method:

Making Turmeric Ginger Tea is so simple!

Just follow these steps and you are done.

  • Take two cups of milk
  • one teaspoon turmeric,
  • half teaspoon cinnamon powder,
  • a few slices of ginger,
  • Blend all these ingredients, then pour the blended mixture in the pot and boil for 3 to 5 minutes to activate all the ingredients in the tea.

Just strain the tea.


Turmeric Ginger Tea is ready to drink.

How simple is that?

The best part:

Recipe 3

Here is my personal Turmeric Tea Recipe that I used to drink it at home.

15. Trinity’s Golden Wonder Tea:

Benefits of Turmeric Tea

This point is not about benefits, but this herbs-full Turmeric Ginger Tea is so beneficial for health.

Take this tea if you are suffering from cold or feeling general weakness, or after you have done intense physical labor.

This tea is also highly beneficial for the lungs, as well as any pain, strain, or general trauma to the body.

Drink 1–2 cups per day, as needed.

However, 2 cups a day, is a large amount of turmeric tea per day.

So I don’t recommend using this for longer than one week, or every other week as needed if the issue is acute.

Here is the Recipe!

The Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of water
  • 6 slices fresh ginger root, sliced
  • 4 tablespoons organic turmeric powder
  • 1 tablespoon ghee
  • 1 cup warm milk, coconut milk, or milk alternative or 1 cup ginger or tulsi (holy basil) tea (optional)
  • Honey to taste
  • Pinch of cardamom powder (to garnish)
  • Additional ingredients for a cooling effect: Gotu kola and goji berries (as many as you want)

How you can make it?

  • Simmer water, ginger slices, and turmeric powder with 1 tablespoon of ghee for 30–45 minutes until it yields a golden-red paste.
  • Add extra water, if needed.
  • Add 1–2 tablespoons of the turmeric paste to warm organic milk, or ginger or tulsi tea.
  • Add almond milk, hemp milk, or oat milk to taste. (if you like)

During the simmering phase, you could also add any of the following spices:

  • 1 tablespoon Ashwagandha powder,
  • 6 fresh ginger slices,
  • Or ½ teaspoon ground black pepper.

Strain the tea well before drinking.

  • Add 2 tablespoons of ghee, honey to taste, milk or milk alternative, and,
  • A Pinch of cardamom powder to your turmeric tea or milk base.

Drink with a spoon nearby to avoid the big chunk of turmeric paste at the bottom!

Store any additional turmeric powder paste in the fridge until your next round of tea.

If this formula of herbs is so hot for you, add cooling herbs, such as Gotu kola or goji berries, to make the formula more constitutionally appropriate with herbs.

Important Note:

Always try to use organic Turmeric. Try not to purchase the turmeric stacked in the supermarket.

Because traditionally grown turmeric has always grown by using fertilizers and pesticides. If you want to reap the benefits of turmeric, use organic turmeric.

And organic turmeric is always grown in a natural environment without any fertilizers and pesticides.


Turmeric Tea should not be taken by people who suffer from gallbladder problems.  

Because the spice (sometimes) causes contraction of the gallbladder muscles.  

So, if you suffer from problems associated with the gallbladder, you should not take this tea.

Turmeric Tea (Golden Tea): In Conclusion

There are a lot of Health Benefits of Turmeric, this golden spice is used in the form of powder, milk (Golden Milk) and tea along with other herbs.

No doubt, Turmeric Tea or Golden Tea is a delicious drink loaded with antioxidants that may provide a variety of health benefits.

The benefits range from detoxification of liver to joint and arthritis pain and from the heart to stronger bones, improved digestion, better sleep, and a lower risk of various diseases.


To reap the most Health Benefits of Turmeric Tea, try to use calcium and vitamin D enriched milk (organic dairy milk) with some herbs that I have mentioned in my Trinity’s Golden Wonder Tea Recipe.

Limit the amount (1 tablespoon a glass) of honey you add to your Turmeric Tea.

Here’s The Next Step…

Now I want to turn it over to you:

For which of the Benefits of Turmeric Tea from today’s post are you going to try first?

Are you going to start drinking turmeric tea to get relief from pain?

Or maybe you want to detoxify your liver with the help of Turmeric Tea.

Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below right now.

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Thanks – you rock!

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Asif Alee

Asif Alee is a freelance researcher and writer in the field of Alternative Medicine, Natural Health, Food, and Nutrition.He is passionate about helping people improve and maintain their health by using Natural Food and Remedies composed of Natural Herbs.When he’s not writing, he enjoys swimming, cycling, and hanging out with his friends and family.

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