Have you ever tried Turmeric, Ginger and  Cinnamon Tea? It’s a favourite hot and healthy tea moment around the office; with it ‘s spicy and warming flavours and delicious taste. This is known to be an effective anti-inflammatory tonic – for maximum effect drink it first in the day on an empty stomach.

Here is the quick and easy recipe:

Turmeric, Ginger, & Cinnamon Tea

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  • 3-4 slices of turmeric
  • 3-4 slices of ginger
  • 1 stick cinnamon


  • place the above into your Libre glass,
  • add hot water – steep 5+ minutes, sip and enjoy

Variations – Add raw honey after steeping. If you don’t have fresh turmeric or ginger; use 1/3 teaspoon each ground turmeric, ginger and cinnamon.

Increase Effectiveness: To increase turmeric absorption in the body, add a teaspoon of coconut oil, flaxseed oil or 1/4-1/2 tsp. of black pepper.


Did you know turmeric and ginger are two of the best herbs to relieve joint pain?


We mentioned some of the health benefits of ginger in our last blog post – Lemon, Ginger and Raw Honey Infusion. Here are a few health benefits of turmeric and cinnamon.

Turmeric and its anti inflammatory properties

  • Aids with pain relief
  • relieving of chronic arthritis and joint pain
  • good effect on the digestive system
  • is also an anti-depressant and anti-coagulant

Read more about the potential benefits of Turmeric


  • has anti-inflammatory properties
  • can help with lower LDL cholesterol, and blood pressure
  • Beneficial for pain relief
  • Has highly potent polyphenol antioxidants
  • Helps fight bacterial and Fungal Infections


What is one of the most unusual spices you’ve used in your tea infusions?

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Comments (31)

  1. Jennie


    I often throw a slice of fresh ginger into whatever tea I’m steeping! but I also have used dried juniper berries (especially when I have a cold – I give them a bash first) and green cardamom pods with licorice root

  2. Barb Howe


    It’s not a spice but I love adding a little lavender to my tea..especially bed time blends!

  3. Ecowahm


    A herb that most people look at me strange when I say I use in my tea is Stinging Nettle! Urtica dioica is the botanical name and you can get it at most health food stores. I have nursed all 3 of my children for 2 years each and this was the only tea that I found effective for doubling my milk supply. It is also really great for kidney health too. I enjoy a few teaspoons in my mug with slices of lemon and a dallop of honey, it has a very nice taste to it too!

  4. Meredith Miller


    I haven’t done too many infusions yet. Cinnamon is about the only spice I’ve tried so far.

  5. Brenda Pitts


    I use fennel seeds, and cloves. They are very soothing just before or just after a meal.

  6. popolary


    The most unusual spice would be peppercorns. I had never heard of tea using peppercorns until my SIL from El Salvador came to visit. She said her grandmother would simmer peppercorns and some other spices to make a tea to fight a cold. Now, I use peppercorns, especially with turmeric.

  7. Amber barrett


    I usually just put honey or milk and sugar in my tea but ginger is amazing in tea. I would love to try this

  8. Tammy


    I use all kinds of herbs, spices, and flowers in my own tea blends. Nothing is off limits, if it smells, tastes, or is good for you.



    I like a great breakfast tea. There’s nothing that says ” Breakfast time!”like bacon.Lapsang Souchong with a hit of natural hickory maple smoked bacon and chai spice ( love cardamom!)….yum. Not for the faint of heart, this tea is a bit heated with the smokeyness of the black base and bacon finishing of with the chai!

  10. Elizabeth pergande


    I like adding cinnamon in my tea and I have tried a few different kinds of cinnamon to find a stronger infusion.

  11. Naomi de Vries


    I drinking a.t.m Cinnamon, Ginger, Apple Cider (1 teaspoon) and honey (1 teaspoon) in the morning. It helps with my sore throat and it is warming and it is a nice alternative from tea.

  12. Kimberly


    Three of my most favorite things, a perfect storm for a hot drink! I didn’t know about the coconut or flaxseed oil and pepper addition benefits. Definitely something to try. I love adding floral touches, rose, hibiscus and especially jasmine.

  13. Angela Mitchell


    I don’t think I’ve ever tried anything too unusual. I’ve tried cardamom a few times but ginger is my favourite especially for an upset tummy.

  14. Judy Calloway


    I would use, Tumeric with honey and lemon basil . A friend of mine had made some tea up like this one morning at first I thought that would taste awful , but once I tasted it I really liked it!

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  17. Usha Garg


    I truly relish citrus rind ( lemon, orange or grapefruit zested and dried), with cinnamon, turmeric fresh, ginger fresh to brew a out of this world tea.

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