Turmeric Tonic, Organic

Spicy Sweet & Golden Elixir  

Product Rating:
27¢

Blender's Notes:

Nurturing yourself is downright delicious with our award-winning detox tea that provides three active root ingredients in support of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Show your body some love. Ginger, turmeric, sarsaparilla and nettle have been used traditionally for generations to support joint health. The less inflammation your body has to deal with, the more it can focus on rejuvenating and toning. Enjoy this spicy elixir hot, iced, straight up, or as a "golden milk" latte and relish freedom of movement.

Features:

  • Naturally sweetened by sarsaparilla root
  • Turmeric is strengthened by black pepper (pepperine) for curcumin absorption *
  • Sample = 5 8-oz Servings
  • 1 LB Bulk = $0.27 / Serving
  • 100% Naturally Caffeine-Free

Ingredients: organic ginger root, organic cinnamon, organic fennel, organic sarsaparilla root, organic peppercorn, organic turmeric, organic nettle, natural chai flavoring

Alternatively, this delicious turmeric chai is now available in pyramid tea bags.

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
212°
6+ min
Per 8 oz. water
Recipes
Reviews

Bulletproof Turmeric Tonic Chai
You can up level your chai game with healthy fats and the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric. This recipe is embraces the concept behind energy-boosting bulletproof coffee, but is adapted for those who prefer a soothing caffeine-free latte. The vibrant yellow color of this chai comes from the curcumin, the active ingredient found in turmeric. Curcumin is sought for it potent anti-inflammatory properties. Turns out, the high-quality fats used in this bulletproof style recipe can help boost its bioavailability. This is an easy-to-make, satisfying and delicious vegan chai latte which you’ll find yourself coming back to anytime you may feel signs of inflammation in your body. Your joints will thank you for it!
INGREDIENTS: 2 rounded tsp Turmeric Tonic Chai (or one sachet); 15 oz. boiling water; 1 TBS coconut oil; 1½ tsp flax seed oil
PREPARATION: Place 2 rounded teaspoons (or one tea sachet) of Turmeric Tonic Chai and 15 oz boiling water in steeping mug and steep for 8 minutes. Remove strainer. Pour liquid into high speed blender with coconut oil and flaxseed oil. Blend on high for 30 seconds. Open lid carefully - it’s hot! Pour back into empty steeping mug and enjoy warm, or chill and serve iced. Yields a single 16 oz. serving

Turmeric Tonic Detox Infusion
A warming & cleansing brew.
INGREDIENTS: 1 rounded tsp TURMERIC TONIC loose herbal chai; 8 oz water, at boiling temperature; juice from 1/2 lemon (or 1 TBS); 1/2 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and diced; 1 dash cayenne pepper (optional).
PREPARATION: Infuse herbal tea and diced ginger in 1 cup boiling water for 8 - 10 minutes. Strain.

Add lemon juice. Stir.

Top with a dash of cayenne pepper, if desired, and serve. Yields: One 8 oz. serving.

Superfood Powermilk
An empowering vegan milk made with three superfoods. We especially love it served over ice, with cinnamon on top.
INGREDIENTS: 1 tsp TURMERIC TONIC loose herbal chai; 1 cup almond milk; 1/2 tsp matcha green tea powder; 1/2 tsp maca powder; Honey, maple syrup, or agave, if sweetener is desired; Dash of cinnamon.
PREPARATION: Spoon the turmeric tonic herbal tea blend into almond milk, in a small saucepan. Heat over low-medium heat. When it nears a boil, remove from heat, cover and let steep for 8-10 minutes. Strain the herbs out of the milk.
Combine matcha green tea powder with maca powder. Add 2 tsp water and mix into a paste. Once it’s smooth, whisk or blend the paste into warmed the turmeric almond milk infusion.
Sweeten, if desired. Serve warm or over ice. Optional: sprinkle with cinnamon. Yields: One 6 oz latte.

Turmeric Pumpkin Chai Oatmeal
An overnight oatmeal that’s ready to meet you with sunny flavors and protein when you get out of bed. It’s filling, delicious, and will fuel your energy level throughout the morning!
INGREDIENTS: 1 TBS TURMERIC TONIC loose herbal chai; 2 cups almond milk;1 tsp honey; 1/2 ripe banana; 1/2 of a 15 oz can (about 2/3 cup) pumpkin; 2 TBS hemp hearts, chia seeds (or a combination of both); 1/4 cup golden raisins (optional); 1 cup rolled oats;
PREPARATION: Stir the herbal chai blend and honey into the almond milk, over medium heat, in a heavy saucepan, until well blended. Increase the heat and continue to stir, up until the milk mixture begins to come to a boil. Remove from heat, cover, and let steep for 8 - 10 minutes.
Mash the banana. Add pumpkin, seeds, raisins (optional) and combine well. Stir in the oatmeal, and transfer this mixture to a 32 oz mason jar.
When the turmeric chai milk has finished steeping, pour it through a sieve into the mason jar with oatmeal mixture. Mix carefully. Close the lidded jar and place in refrigerator overnight.
The oatmeal is delicious served as it is, as well as with fruits, nuts, or more seeds added. You may choose to sweeten with additional honey or some maple syrup. Yields: 6 servings.

Creamy Turmeric Chai Rice Pudding
This beautiful, creamy golden rice pudding makes a satisfying dessert, which is healthy enough to serve as a treat for treat.
INGREDIENTS: 1 TBS coconut oil; 2 cups short grain or arborio rice; 1/2 tsp salt; 2 cups almond or cashew milk; 1 can coconut milk; 1/2 cup honey; 2 TBS TURMERIC TONIC loose leaf herbal chai; 3/4 cup golden raisins (optional);
PREPARATION: Heat the coconut oil over medium heat, in a heavy saucepan, until melted. Add the rice grains, stirring until well coated. Continue heating until the rice becomes fragrant and just begins to brown. Add 1 quart water and salt to the pan. Bring to a boil, then decrease heat to simmer, until the rice is cooked and soft. (about 20 minutes). Remove pan from the stove and keep covered.
Pour the milks honey and chai blend into a separate saucepan. Heat over medium-low heat, stirring constantly until the honey and is fully blended. Remove from heat, cover and let stand 8-10 minutes, allowing the chai blend to infuse. Strain out the spices, and add the golden milk mixture to the pan with the rice. Stir to combine.
Bring the pan back to the stove and cook over medium-low heat for about 10 minutes, stirring frequently, until the pudding is at your desired consistency. Add the raisins (optional) and stir to combine them evenly throughout the pudding. Taste and season with additional honey or some maple syrup, if needed. You may serve this garnished with toasted coconut.

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I have had some traditional turmeric drinks and teas and drink them for the anti-inflammatory benefits. I ordered a sample size of Turmeric Tonic and it was so delicious I immediately reordered the larger size. I will drink this on a regular basis and to be able to receive the important benefits from it make it a no brainer.—Lou
I absolutely love this tea. I've been drinking a different turmeric tea for a long time, but now that I've discovered turmeric tonic, I'm hooked. I love the ginger and sarsaparilla combined with the turmeric. If you like spice, this is the feel good tea for you.—Dee
This is a must daily for overall health and its anti-carcinogenic properties. I steep it every morning with my Matcha and cashew milk. Body wakes up looking forward to it and its invigorating boost after its cleanse.—Kindness
Turmeric Tonic is an excellent chai blend which I enjoy in the evening. I like that it is chunky and does not produce a lot of sludge. This is a blend I which continue to look forward to having more of.—Kevin07
I really wanted to love this tea with all the great things I've read about it, but there was just something that I couldn't get past in the flavor. I don't know exactly which ingredient was throwing me off, but I just couldn't take more than few sips before giving up. I love a good spicy chai, so I was hopeful of this one, but to no avail. I have yet to try the plain turmeric powder, but i'm hoping that experience will be better. Fingers crossed!—adrianne_m_vt
I use turmeric for its anti-inflammatory properties. But I'm not a fan of the flavor. I add a pinch of hibiscus. It helps with the flavor and keeps my blood pressure down too!☺—Lois
Delicious—KElise
I use tumeric in my fruit smoothies for it's anti-inflammatory effect so I wanted to try in a hot drink. I drank this with a little honey to take the bite off and I also mixed it with black tea for a bit of a jump start as well.—Adren
amazing tonic. Heats up the chest and my colds have been weak all winter. The big plus is it tastes wonderful. —Andy
This tea smells great and tastes good. Love it. —Sarah
I am a big tumeric fan, but this is really just a chai tea that happens to include tumeric. It's a very strong chai, too. It looks like it does in the picture, though, very bright and pretty. I just wasn't expecting chai.—Corey