Roots Apothecary Brand Specialty
Our inflammation herb and spice tea blend can help with a variety of imbalance that most everyone could benefit from. Very few (if any) people are immune to the potential damages of inflammation. Enjoy a daily cup of organic herbs and spices known for their inflammatory moderating properties. We also produce this formula as a tincture for more convenience.
Approx. 25-30 Teas
- Joint, Muscular, Gut and Brian Health^
- Powerful Anti-Oxidants to Reduce Free Radical Damage^
- Cognitive Support by Inflammation Reduction^
- Organic Turmeric Telomere Support (Chromosome Health)^
- Reduce Protein Glycation (AGES)^
Powerful blend of ayurvedic & adaptogenic herbsIngredients:
*Ginger Root - adaptogen
*Nettle Leaf & Root
*Certified Organic Botanical
Shake to make sure herbs are evenly mixed.
Scoop (for starters) 1 tbsp of tea into a loose leaf tea brewing method of your choice .
Pour 8oz of water at 195deg F and steep for 6-8 mins depending on your patience and desired strength.
Strain and pour. Add natural sweetener as desired (we use stevia).
If 195 is too hot for you to drink, add some cool water after tea is done brewing or 1-2 ice cubes.
Golden Milk Tea Preparation:
My favorite way to drink inflammation tea is with some almond milk and a few drops of stevia. To make golden milk tea, brew the inflammation tea as described above, but with half the water you normally use for a tablespoon of herbs. Pour the inflammation tea into your favorite coffee cup and top off with your favorite almond milk. If you're using unsweetened almond milk like me, add 6-10 drops of sweet leaf stevia to mellow out the spices and give your golden milk tea a little sweetness.
Some people insist on using cows milk for their golden milk tea. This can be counter productive since cows milk is known to cause gut inflammation in most of the population. of course, prepare as you wish, but we recommend organic almond milk for best results.
We believe it's important to also audit your diet and lifestyle to minimize inflammation. You should never rely on a single product to minimize your inflammatory markers (c-reactive proteins and TNF). Please consider reading some of the works of David Perlmutter M.D. and Michael Greger M.D. who talk extensively about the origins of inflammation. While supplements like turmeric can help reduce the ravages of inflammation, preventing inflammation begins with a proper low inflammatory diet and a healthy microbial gut flora. Synergistic improvement in diet and lifestyle will compound the beneficial effects of Whole Body Apothecary's Anti-Inflammatory Tea.