Date: December 2, 2011
By: Truth Calkins
TONIC – TAKE TURMERIC EVERY DAY!
Description: Truth Calkins explains the ‘spice of the immortals’ and the organic compounds that make this one of the best spices on the planet.
Health properties of turmeric:
health tonic, medicinal substance,
- known as ‘super ginger’,
-a powerful liver tonic
- boosts detoxification.
- the special polyphenol contained in this herb can turn off nuclear factor kappa-b as well as other inflammatory molecules.
-The super anti-oxidants contained in this herb that have been known to assist the body in producing its own free radical scavengers.
- naturally increase glutathione in the liver as well as quench free radicals in the digestive tract.
- a natural antibiotic
-anti-inflammatory for the prostate, esp. in connection with cruciferous vegetable
-protects the heart, cardio-vascular – lowers LDL, for the entire immune system, crosses the blood brain barrier to protect the brain
-great liver tonic, you can take it daily 1/4 tsp. on steamed vegetables or quinoa, with a little coconut oil and lecithin granules
-combining with onions increases the Quercitin, add cruciferous vegetables
-protects the nervous system
-use the powder as a Ph tester – If the liquid you put turmeric in is below 7.4 it’ll turn yellow, above 8.6 and it’ll turn red
-use turmeric oil on a toothache as an anti-inflammatory
-used in cosmetic, as coloring agents
-stops the mutations in genes, mucus is dramatically reduced
-as an ant-repellent
Truth reveals his top-secret recipes that incorporate this delicious spice with delicious superfoods and superherbs, making it an easy addition to your meals
1 T. goji berries in a little lecithin powder and coconut oil, fresh ginger root with 2 ou. warm tea or water and 1 T. honey -Blend to make a nice gel. Throw in frozen fruit, veges or whatever to make a smoothie
2nd recipe -
2 T. Coconut oil, 2 T. goji berries and a little turmeric powder with tea
3rd recipe -
1/4 tsp. on steamed vegetables or quinoa, with a little coconut oil and lecithin granules
-turmeric combined with onions increases the Quecitin, add cruciferous vegetables
Juice cucumber- celery with 1 carrot, a stick of turmeric and ginger, some lemon with the peel
Eat it by itself – it’s mild and gentle
Chop it fine in a salad – 18 tsp.
Put it in a smoothie
Put it in tea -goji berries, coconut oil and turmeric powder in tea
The dried turmeric powder stores really long, retains its potency