Turmeric goes to way long back to decades in terms of its uses as medicine. There is a tradition in Chinese and Indian medicine that uses turmeric as a powerful anti-inflammatory. Not only medicine but It has also been used throughout history as a textile dye.
We are sure that it is also your favorite spice to add to juice and smoothie recipes because ongoing research reveals promising benefits for fighting cancer and reducing disease-causing inflammation.
We agree that Turmeric has a strong taste that’s not very pleasant by itself, but we have a lot of options to add just a bit to juice recipes when you use it. This spice has also been found in preliminary studies to boost memory. Best known as one of the ingredients used to make curry, it also gives hot dog mustard that bright yellow finishing.
Try this delicious juice recipe with turmeric and no added sweeteners.
1. Turmeric juice with carrots and apple
- 5 carrots
- 1 apple
- 1 thin slice fresh ginger
- 1/4 teaspoon turmeric
Put all the ingredients into a blender and run on full speed for 5 minutes.
Note-Drink this juice instantly for highest nutrition benefit.
2. Lemon ginger turmeric juice
As it is flu season so daily intake of vitamin C is very necessary And that why I am attracting more juices than meals. I’m also always looking for ways to get more turmeric, ginger, and lemon into my system.
As you know that turmeric has a lot of beneficial components, one of them is curcumin which boasts amazing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. And it’s also been used in Ayurveda for many years as a medicine for several health issues such as breathing problems, joint pain, fatigue, digestive issues, and more.
Ginger on the other hand is a natural anti-oxidants, an anti-inflammatory that’s known to cure digestion and relieve nausea.
Lemon is naturally detoxifying the body and boasts plenty of vitamin C which boosts the immune system.
Black pepper helps boost the absorption of turmeric by 200 %. Yes 200.
3. Turmeric juice with orange and black pepper
- 1 small orange (add 1-2 more oranges for added sweetness)
- 2 small lemons (add 1-2 more lemons for more acidity / reduce by half and add another orange for less acidity!)
- 1/4 cup chopped fresh turmeric
- 1/4 cup chopped fresh ginger
- 1/8 tsp fresh black pepper
- 1/4 tsp oil (such as extra virgin, optional / to help improve turmeric absorption)
JUICER: To a juicer, add orange, lemon, turmeric, and ginger .
BLENDER: Add turmeric and ginger to a high-speed blender or small blender. A juicing tool like this or this can help! Blend on high for 30 seconds.
Add a little water if it has trouble blending but you shouldn’t need any. Then strain through a clean thin dish towel, small fine mesh strainer, or nut milk bag. Just be aware that turmeric can stain.
FOR SERVING: Divide between serving glasses and enjoy! For maximum benefits, enjoy immediately and top with fresh cracked black pepper. One commenter also recommended adding a little fat to improve turmeric absorption, such as olive oil!
FOR STORING: Store any leftovers covered in the refrigerator up to 24 hours (though best when fresh).
LEFTOVER PULP: You can compost any leftover pulp or freeze into an ice cube tray and add to future smoothies. Or, refrigerate and use to steep in things like my Ginger Turmeric Tonic.
So these were few turmeric juices for good health, if you come across more recipes, do comment below and we would publish them in our blog. We hope the article helps the cause.