At first glance, this cayenne pepper detox tea might not seem like much, but trust me – this amazing combination of ingredients is incredibly beneficial for your mind, body and soul.
If you are not using cayenne pepper in your diet, we strongly recommend that you start. Cayenne pepper is one of those healing ingredients that has been used since ancient times for its incredible benefits for the gut, heart and body in general. But don’t confuse cayenne pepper with paprika.
Here’s the difference: Cayenne pepper is made from a variety of dried and ground peppers and has great heating properties. Meanwhile, paprika is made mostly from dried and ground bell peppers and mostly only adds more color and sweetness. Cayenne pepper is more expensive than paprika, and therefore sometimes low-quality products are sold under its guise. It is best to drink turmeric and pepper in the morning on an empty stomach. For maximum cleansing effects, take it for 1 to 2 weeks to help the body flush out toxins from the body.
In addition to being good for your stomach and heart, cayenne pepper has other medicinal properties and benefits.
Pepper improves digestion, helps with indigestion, diarrhea, cramps, improves circulation and blood clotting, lowers cholesterol, relieves toothache, motion sickness, fever, headache and migraine. Its powerful antioxidant properties are due to its high levels of vitamins C, B6 and E, potassium, manganese and flavonoids.
In terms of cleansing, cayenne pepper helps your digestive system flush bacteria and toxins out of your body, and speeds up your metabolism.
When you combine cayenne pepper with lemon juice and maple syrup, magic happens! You not only improve your metabolism, but also give your body a boost of energy for the whole day. The antioxidants in lemon juice are known to help flush out toxins from your body.
Turmeric is a powerful liver cleanser, and its anti-inflammatory properties work wonders. It has an analgesic effect against arthritis, improves joint function, has an antiseptic effect in case of cuts and burns, accelerates the regeneration of the skin, has an antibacterial effect, fights viral infections, helps in the treatment of colds and flu, normalizes blood sugar levels, improves heart function and blood vessels, having a thinning effect on the blood, as well as lowering cholesterol levels, cleanses the blood and blood vessels, inhibits platelets, restores normal blood circulation, and is useful in Alzheimer’s disease.
The medium chain fatty acids in coconut oil go directly to the liver for energy rather than being stored in your body, and they also play an important role in the elimination of toxins.
Ginger itself has an incredibly long list of health benefits.
It has analgesic, antibacterial and healing properties. The root perfectly strengthens the immune system and soothes in case of irritation. With regular use, it has a beneficial effect on the digestive system, forming gastric juice and stimulating digestion. Ginger is effective for colds or flu, as it heals the throat, relieves coughs, and reduces fever. It warms the body from the inside out and helps the body fight infections.
How to make cayenne pepper tea with turmeric and coconut oil
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon turmeric powder (or 1 small piece of turmeric root, peeled and grated)
2 teaspoons coconut oil
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A small piece of ginger, peeled and grated
1.5 cups boiling water
1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
Optional: 2 teaspoons raw honey or maple syrup
Place cayenne pepper, grated ginger, coconut oil and turmeric powder in a mortar, grind into a paste, divide this paste between two glasses and add hot water. Stir. Add lemon juice before drinking. Enjoy!
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