A cup of pure sunlight! Ginger, turmeric, and sesame.

I love this anti-inflammatory drink and I have made different versions of it.


Turmeric is mostly known for being the main ingredient in curry, but actually, it is one of the most essential herbs in my hormone diet. Why? Turmeric is rich in antioxidants that protect your cells. Turmeric is very antioxidant.

This golden spice stimulates the liver, increases the formation of red blood cells, prevents agglomeration of the red blood cells and increases circulation. Turmeric contains the strong antioxidant: Curcumin, which both has a detoxifying effect on the body and which has strong anti-inflammatory abilities. Turmeric makes dry skin soft and smooth – and it provides a beautiful complexion. Turmeric is also used to prevent cardiovascular diseases and it is also rich in vitamin B3, iron, and calcium.

Turmeric is one of the most anti-inflammatory herbs we know of. Turmeric affects your serotonin balance and is also used as a natural medical means to relieve cravings and overeating, as well as a remedy for mild depression.

Use the fresh root in your juices and smoothies or use the dried spice.