Lemon, Turmeric and Ginger Detoxification Tea — Pure Elixirs for Your Immune System

Lemon, Turmeric and Ginger Detoxification Tea — Pure Elixirs for Your Immune System

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This flat-belly, as well as inflammation and toxin-fighting drink, is one of our favorites, especially after we have not gotten a good night’s rest and feel stressed or rundown. While this twin sister team of registered dietitians, as well as personal trainers originally started making elixirs like this when they created their Cucumber Blueberry Water Flush, their Lemon Ginger Detox drink, and their Vitamin C Infused “Detox” Water for you and our clients that were requesting more drinks like this, after experiencing the positive benefits, these hot numbers have become their besties too.

If you are one of those that have tried them, you probably know it is no secret that these beverages help in preventing hunger and overeating, squash cravings, as well as beat and bloat and flood the body with nutrients which help combat the damage that is caused by a poor diet, alcohol, daily stress and from everyday living. They have also become so important in the success of the clients that were also included as an important part in the 21-Day Body RebootTM, a life-alerting program which helps people to lose at least 10 pounds or more while going wild on the weekend.

They immediately help you to get your mind, as well as your body back on the healthy track. They are called ToxTM drinks, as they work especially well in helping the body in its’ natural process of detoxification as you eat, wholesome, “clean” food. Even though your body is equipped to detox, as well as cleanse itself naturally, certain health-promoting foods and drinks, such as the one we will present you today, can be impressive when it comes to assisting in its process.

Yummy! A little bit sweet, a little bit spicy…you would like to keep drinking it.

The water: The water washes are bloating sodium and waste from your body, preserving your kidneys, as well as intestines, keeping them in better condition. And, the water will also help your body to run at its’ best since every process in the body relies on water.

The ginger: The ginger contains antioxidant, as well as anti-inflammatory components.

–    When you overindulge in foods and drinks, and your intestinal tract reacts, you are going to feel bloated, and your tummy will also be full of discomfort, ginger will be the perfect solution.

–    It will also help you to ease stomach, as well as intestinal discomfort and settles your insides to that they can start calming down, repairing, as well as de-puffing, rebooting and rinsing the bloat.

–    Your body responds to poor food choices, as well as toxins with inflammation. Chronic inflammation will cause some damage to tissues in the body, and it will speed the aging process. Preventing that kind of inflammation means not just to be less inflamed inside and have less stomach distress, but you are also going to be healthier in the long run.

Turmeric: This one has anti-inflammatory benefits which help your sinuses during the seasonal allergies. Turmeric is one of the most potent healers; it protects the cells from harmful free-radicals. If you have overdone it with a poor diet, this is one way to help nurse your body back to health.

Lemon: It will help you to promote the activity of a liver enzyme which converts harmful, toxic substances to less harsh chemicals. The vitamin C in the lemon is a potent antioxidant which mops up free radicals from environmental toxins, as well as stress, alcohol, fatty foods and other toxins and helps in preventing them from damaging your body. The vitamin C will also keep the skin bright and youthful by helping to boost the levels of collagen that help to keep the skin flexible.

Lemon ginger turmeric detoxification tea.

You can reserve this tea through the strainer for a few more uses. You should also feel free to add a sprinkle of cinnamon or cayenne for an additional boost.

You can start with this simple combo for one serving:

Needed ingredients:

–    8 ounces water;

–    One tablespoon grated ginger;

–    One tablespoon grated turmeric (*alternatively one teaspoon ground turmeric);

–    Juice of fresh lemon;

–    Dash black pepper (black pepper will help you to boost the absorption of turmeric from the digestive system into the bloodstream).


  1. Boil water.
  2. Place the grated ginger and turmeric in tea strainer and place inside a coffee mug. Then, pour boiling water in and let steep for a few minutes.
  3. Remove the strainer and reserve for the second cup of tea. Then, add a dash of black pepper and stir. After that, squeeze several squirts into a mug and enjoy. Note: You can reserve the tea through the strainer so that you can use it several times.


If you are using ground turmeric, you should place the mug when you are adding the strainer with grated ginger, add the warm water and stir until no lumps.

If you do not have a tea strainer, you can place the grated ginger and turmeric in the cup loosely and strain before you drink it.


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