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You Put WHAT In Your Tea?!

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I was talking to my mom on the phone the other day and took a big slurp of Wu-Long.
After scolding me for rudely slurping in her ear; she inquired as to what I was drinking.  I told her it was Wu-Long Tea with Turmeric.
While she knew about the power of the world’s best slimming tea (she’s my mom, you know.) … she hadn’t heard of this miraculous superfood.
Here’s what I explained:

What IS Turmeric?

Who:  Turmeric (pronounced “tomb-er-ick”)
What:  It’s a plant.  We use the root – which is the color of deep orange on the inside.  Stunning!  But also stains your fingers yellow if you aren’t careful…
Where:  Native to Asia, or “Indian Subcontinent”, to be specific.
Why:  Turmeric is loaded with ALL of the following nutrients:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamins B-1, B-2, B-3
  • Calcium
  • Manganese
  • Phosphorous
  • Potassium
  • Zinc
  • Fiber
  • oh yeah… and it’s Low-Cal

How:  We use the rhizome of the plant – basically the root under ground.  (Think of a carrot.)  It’s baked and ground to color food and it’s a critical spice used to make curry.  It’s also popular to juice raw.  (I love turmeric in my juice as well as in my fatburning Oolong tea.)  One 2-inch piece is more than enough for my husband and my juice in the morning.
Taste:  While people claim turmeric is slightly peppery – it tastes very sweet and citrusy to others.  It’s also very aromatic, like orange or ginger.
It looks similar to ginger (like pieces of root, bark, or large fat tree ‘fingers’)
Turmeric is a miraculous anti-inflammatory and has been used in Chinese and Indian medicine for centuries.

What makes Turmeric so powerful?

It’s anti-inflammatory activity is phenomenal.  But it also contains an oil called curcumin.
Curcumin’s effects have been compared to hydrocortisone and phenylbutazone, as well as over-the-counter drugs like Motrin.
Turmeric, however, has none of the toxicity of over-the-counter drugs!
I began using turmeric when my husband was healing from cancer.
Curcumin actually shields your colon from free radicals – which can damage cellular DNA.

Turmeric Halts Cancer AND Bad Cholesterol?

Curcumin attacks mutated cancer cells in your body in order to halt their growth.
It’s linked to the prevention of prostate cancer, leukemia in children, cardiovascular prevention, and even lower cholesterol!
The Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology gave 10 volunteers 500mg of curcumin daily for a week – and their total cholesterol dropped 11.63%!
Their good cholesterol (HDL) increased 29%!

Where Can I Find It?

Turmeric can be hard to find, but there are many places you can go online that sell high-quality turmeric in a concentrated form.
I have been adding Turmeric to my Oolong Tea every day to add this cancer-fighting, bad-cholesterol smashing plant to my slimming, anti-oxidant rich tea.
Wu-Long Tea with Turmeric gives me tons of natural energy and the delicious flavor is wildly satisfying.
Grab yourself a box of Okuma’s Oolong Tea here today, and then head to your local grocery store for a handful of this miraculous, natural superfood.


  • Martin Katz
    November 5, 2013

    I regularly add Turmeric to my non-yoke egg dishes. I might do like you do to my Oolong Tea every day. I take it twice a day. One more thing, turmeric keeps your memory from deteriorating as you get older. That is why memory problems are very rare in India since just about every dish they make has turmeric in it.

    • Stephanie
      November 6, 2013

      That’s good to know about memory and Turmeric. The more I learn about it the more I like it. How do you use Turmeric in your eggs? Do you use a ground version? If so, do you have any recommendations on a fresh, organic ground version?

  • Dorothy Dopkins
    November 5, 2013

    How much of this do you put in your tea?

    • Stephanie
      November 6, 2013

      Hi Dorothy! I put the entire dropper in my tea – maybe four or five drops. The label recommended three. The other day I didn’t have a mint but wanted one and just dropped it straight on my tongue. I really love the taste! When my husband and I juice Turmeric we use about the size of an ice cube.

  • Jimmy Silva
    November 7, 2013

    Is Turmeric a powder or liquid? How many teaspoon of Turmeric to be mix to a cup of Tea?
    Thank you very much and your time.
    Respectfully Yours,
    Jimmy Silva

    • Stephanie
      November 8, 2013

      Hi Jimmy! I use Turmeric extract from this site: http://store.naturalnews.com/Natural-Attitude-Turmeric-liquid-extract-2-fl-oz_p_125.html
      I really trust the broker and he puts the highest quality products in his online store. ALso – he documents all the research he did before offering the product – such as the Turmeric extract. When I don’t use turmeric extract I use fresh, organic turmeric and juice it. It adds a sweet spiced flavor to the smoothie but doesn’t clash with any of the other vegggies or superfoods I use.

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