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Turmeric was one of the first herbs I increased my consumption of when I started this journey due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It taste great on chicken and can be taken in capsule form. I have included a recipe for golden milk and turmeric tea below. Remember! Eat Like You want To Be Healthy!

Medicinal properties: Anti-Oxidant; immune Booster; Anti-inflammatory; Anti-coagulant; Anti-depressant; protects the liver; effective remedy for coughs, arithritis, alzheimer's;


*Avoid if preganant; or have Gastro Esphoagaul Reflex Disorder (GERD); or Gallbladder problems.

*Consult a physician if you are currently taking medications or are diabetic. Advise of Turemic consupmtion if planning surgery.

*Possible side effects (Due to high exposure or allergic reaction):

nausea; diarrhea; increased bleeding; increased liver function; hyperactive gallbladder; hypertension; uterine contractions and increased menstural flow.

Turmeric Detox Tea


- 1/4 tsp. turmeric

- black pepper

- 1/4 tsp. ginger powder

- 1 tbsp raw honey

- 2 cups water


1. Fill mug with boiling water.

2. Add turmeric and ginger

3. Cover and let steep for 10-15 minutes

4. Stir in black pepper and honey. 

5. Enjoy!

Source: theindianspot

Turmeric Taste Test

Here is a recipe for golden milk and turemic tea I found online. I must admit I have never tried golden milk mainly because I'm not much of a milk drinker. So, if you have or have any other ideas on how to incorporate this wonderful herb in to your diet or selfcare plan let me know via the "Contact Us" section on the home screen.

Turmeric Tea: A Liver Detox


- 4 tsp. turmeric

- 2 tsp. ginger

- 1-2 1/2 tsp. cinnamon

- Pinch black pepper

- 1 tsp. vanilla extract 

- 2 tsp. raw honey

- 1/2 cup coconut milk

- Boiling water


1. Fill mug halfway with boiling water.

2. Add turmeric and ginger

3. Cover and let steep for 10-15 minutes

4. Stir in cinnamon, black pepper, vanilla, and honey. 

5. fill the rest of the mug with coconut milk and stir.

6. Enjoy!



Oregano is everyone's favorite Italian "go to" herb for sauces and just about every Italian dish but few know of it has the following medicinal properties: Anti-bacterial; Anti-oxidant; Anti-cancer; Anti-spasmodic; anti-viral; aromatic; carminative; diaphoretic; emmenagogue; nervine; rubeficient, stimulant.


Oregano oil is my "go to" any time a antibiotic is needed. I dilute it using a 1:5 blend (one part oregano oil to 5 parts olive oil). I use capsules to administer the blend. If I get a sinus infection or the flu, I take a capsule three times a day with a cup of Elder flowers, Chamomile & Peppermint tea (with a pinch of Yarrow). I am usually back to normal within a day or two. My kids love and hate it at the same time because it ensures they don't get many sick days.

*Allergy Alert* Oregano is in the Mint family

Oregano Tea


- 1-2 tsp. Fresh or Dried Oregano (5-10 g.)

- Boiling water


Steep oregano in a cup of hot water for approximately 5 minutes.

For educational purposes only This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Taste Test

Here is a recipe for Oregano Tea and italian dressing.

Italian Dressing


- 1 tbsp. garlic salt

- 1 tbsp. onion powder

- 1 tbsp. white sugar

- 2 tbsp. dried oregano

- 1 tsp. ground black pepper

- 1 tsp. dried basil

- 1/4 tsp. dried thyme

- 1 tbsp. dried parsley

- 1/4 tsp. celery salt

- 2 tbsp. salt


To prepare dressing, whisk together 1/4 cup white vinegar, 2/3 cup canola oil, 2 tablespoons water and 2 tablespoons of the dry mix.