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Turmeric - The Spicy Powder of India

India's spicy powder combined with other healthy ingredients refreshes and inspires at the same time. Many vitamins that strengthen your body in both summer and winter!

 

Recently athletes especially appreciate the benefits of turmeric against inflammation of all kinds (in particular muscle inflammation) and free radicals. In addition, turmeric helps both with muscle growth and muscle regeneration.

Important: Turmeric is fat-soluble and therefore needs fat or oil to be processed by the human body. Plus, the piperine contained in pepper increases the intake of turmeric active ingredients by a factor of 20.

 

Golden milk – recipe:

 

250 ml vegetable milk (almond milk, oat milk, etc.) or normal milk

1 tsp Turmeric Spicy Chai (Ingredients: Turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, Matcha, cardamom, nutmeg and clove.)

1 pinch

pepper
Maybe agave syrup to sweeten.

Preparation:
Put about one third of the milk in a saucepan. Add 1 tsp Turmeric Spicy Chai and stir well. Add a pinch of pepper and heat briefly on the stove. Gradually add the remaining milk until all the ingredients have dissolved. Finished.

 

Tip for gourmets:
For anyone who wants to enjoy a creamier Golden Milk, replace milk with cream.

 

Spicy Turmeric Shots - recipe:

Ingredients (for 1 serving):

10 g alveus® Turmeric

10 g ginger root

2 oranges

½ lemon

½ tsp. black pepper

¼ tsp. cinnamon

20 g honey / agave syrup

 

Preparation:

Thoroughly wash and chop the ginger. Squeeze the oranges and lemon. Put the fruit juice and the remaining ingredients in a blender and mix well. Due to the different flavours of alveus® Turmeric, we recommend tasting the shot to get the best taste. If required, it can also be stored in the refrigerator before eating.

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