Homemade Turmeric & Ginger Iced Tea for Your Heart, Brain, and Cells

How much water do you drink? A glass? Or two maybe? No water? Unfortunately, this is the answer most Americans give when asked about their water intake. It’s sad how most people don’t realize that water is really important for our health. You can’t make a stew without a liquid ingredient, right? The same happens with your body. Now get up and have a glass of water.

Dehydration may cause severe problems in your body. You need enough water to keep your body working.

Your body is dehydrated when it doesn’t get enough water. It’s unable to do its job. There are three levels of dehydration: mild, moderate and severe, and these depend on the amount of water your body lacks.

Dehydration is much more than thirst. It may cause spasms, tension in the neck or jaw area, constipation, vomiting and heart issues. Jillian Levy says that some people experience concentration issues or muscle pain, and aren’t even aware of their real problem.

It may affect your mood and cognitive functions. Sometimes it may cause impairment in vision, perceptive discrimination, tracking, recall, attention, psychomotor skills and memory.

In this article we give you the perfect iced tea recipe. It will keep you hydrated and boost your health. You will need some turmeric, honey and ginger.

Turmeric is a powerful spice and an extremely healthy food. It prevents and treats diseases. Curcumin, the active ingredient in this spice, optimizes the brain function and the function of the endothelium, the lining of your blood vessels, normalizes blood pressure and clotting, reduces the risk of dementia, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.

Honey is abundant in antioxidants, and offers multiple benefits. It has the ability to prevent cellular damage and brain cell loss. This natural product boosts immunity, treats infections, regulates hormones, and brings your health at an optimal level.

Ginger is strong thanks to its gingerols. It boosts heart health, lowers cholesterol levels, and prevents the oxidation of LDL-cholesterol. Ginger can also prevent the development of atherosclerosis.


  • 4 tsp dried organic turmeric
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 4 tsp dried ginger
  • ¾ tsp black pepper
  • 1 cup water


Add your spices and water to a small pot. Bring the liquid to a boil, turn the heat on low, and simmer for a few minutes. Take the pot off the heat, let it cool a bit, and stir in your honey. Let the tea steep for an hour or overnight. Strain it using a cheesecloth or a gauze.

Keep your tea in the fridge and sip it throughout the day.


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