“Would you like a cup of tea?” ⠀

Drinking tea is such a great comforting ceremony: putting on the hot water kettle to make tea, then sipping the tea while the beautiful side benefits of mother nature are at work. Everything seems better with a cup of tea!⠀

I love to have a wide selection of teas at my house. And I celebrate choosing my tea according to what my body needs on that day. It is wonderful to be in tune with your body and listens to what it needs!⠀

Do you feel tired? Maybe try an uplifting tea with lemon and ginger, or a light green tea for energy and antioxidant protection.⠀
Feeling stressed or anxious? Enjoy a calming tea with chamomile, lavender, and cardamon for relaxation.⠀
Are you sore from a workout or have some pain from sitting too much at your desk? In these instances, my favorite is TURMERIC tea! ?⠀

Turmeric root and turmeric essential oil are a key herbs of the traditional Ayurvedic health practices of India.?⠀
Turmeric is a powerful herb! If you take it internally, it enhances your body’s inflammatory response. In fact, it is my go-to herb whenever my back or shoulders hurt because it eases my pain quickly!⠀

I love to use turmeric essential oil which contains tumerones, which enhance the absorption of the turmeric’s active ingredient, Curcumin. Curcumin is an amazing powerhouse of health benefits to strengthen your immune system, heal skin blemishes, and decrease tension. It is the ideal stress and skin booster! ✨⠀

The subtle herbal flavor of turmeric really shines in this delicious Golden Milk tea!  Enjoy the recipe- stay healthy! ?⠀
Recipe by dōTERRA

Golden Mylk Tyrmeric Tea

Ingredients⠀
– 1 cup coconut milk⠀
– 1 cup water⠀
– 1 tablespoon honey⠀
– 1 tablespoon vegan butter (or ghee) ⠀
– 1–2 drops Turmeric oil⠀
– 1 drop of Ginger oil⠀

Instructions⠀
1. Heat coconut milk and water in a saucepan on low for three to four minutes.⠀
2. Add butter, honey, and Turmeric essential oil and stir until butter melts and ingredients combine.⠀
3. Pour into mugs and add a pinch of turmeric powder as an optional garnish. Serve hot.⠀