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Orange Turmeric Tea plus 10 Health Benefits of Turmeric

This anti-inflammatory Orange Turmeric Tea isn’t just super healthy, it’s also so very delicious. Sweet orange and warm, spicy turmeric make a tasty team.

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

I’ve been drinking it almost every morning for a couple months now and it’s still delicious to me, which is a good thing. Turmeric has so many beneficial qualities … let us count the ways. And look below for the tea recipe.

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

1. Anti-Inflammatory

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Turmeric, the brightly colored spice that gives curry its intense color, contains beneficial compounds that have positive health benefits. The main compounds are the curcuminoids and the most important of these is curcumin. One of the most beneficial things curcumin can do is lessen inflammation, which is implicated in most Western diseases.

Turmeric Tea is Healthy and Delicious

To be fair, inflammatory responses can be a good thing. We wouldn’t be able to wage a defense against bacteria and viruses, or injuries, for example, without a strong inflammatory response. However, too much of a good thing can cause problems. Chronic inflammation has been implicated in many diseases that plague us today, including heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and obesity. Curcumin can reduce inflammation as effectively as some anti-inflammatory medications, but without the side effects. One of the ways it does this is by inhibiting (NF)-kB.  

2. Antioxidant

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Oxidation is a chemical reaction that produces free radicals. Free radicals have unpaired electrons. These lonely little fragments damage cells and wreak havoc and destruction wherever they go. Antioxidants, like curcumin, terminate the chain reactions that lead to unpaired electrons and, therefore, free radicals and the damage they cause. Seriously, it’s the radicals, man.

3. Heart Health

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Almost 50% of Americans will die prematurely from heart disease. Heart disease and chronic inflammation are so closely linked that inflammation is thought to be an atherogenic response (atherogenic means it causes atherosclerosis, aka, cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and is also peripheral artery disease). It’s even thought possible that the slight benefit sometimes derived from statins could be due to their anti-inflammatory properties. Reducing inflammation is a vital key to reducing heart disease. Curcumin is a potent COX-2 inhibitor, that stops inflammation in its tracks.

4. Cancer

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Curcumin is being investigated as prevention and treatment for cancers such as that of the colon and pancreas. Chronic inflammation and free radicals promote cancer. Reducing those conditions can be preventive and curcumin works well at both. 

5. Arthritis

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Inflammation is an important mechanism in arthritis. Curcumin acts as a COX-2 inhibitor in the same way pharmaceutical drugs such as Celebrex do, but without the dangerous side effects. The tea below, as well as curcumin supplements, can ease the pain of arthritis and rejuvenate mobility.

7. Alzheimer’s 

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

India has a low incidence of Alzheimer’s, possibly linked to higher intake of curcumin. Because inflammation plays such a big part in most disease, including Alzheimer’s, it can be protective and preventative.

8. Brain Function

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

Alzheimer’s is not the only thing that can go awry in brain function, and again, inflammation is implicated. In this case, it’s known as neuroinflammation, or inflammation specifically in the brain and reducing that can help overall brain function. 

9. Depression

Depression and anxiety are often linked to brain inflammation (this is why going gluten free can help mood, as well). It seems to offer some improvement and relief to those who have depression.

10. Gall Bladder Function 

Curcumin causes the gall bladder to contract, which stimulates bile formation and gall bladder emptying and a freely flowing gallbladder is a happy, healthy one (unless you have a stone blocking the exit, which can cause a painful gallbladder attack).

11. Pepper

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based

I can’t talk about turmeric and curcumin without also mentioning black pepper. The Piperine in black pepper increases the absorption of curcumin by 2000% (that’s 20x). So, add a little bit of black pepper to whatever you make with turmeric for the greatest benefit. It tastes good, too.

*Do not use turmeric or curcumin if you are using blood thinners such as Warfarin or if you have existing gall bladder disease.

Orange Turmeric Tea Anti-Inflammatory Vegan Plant-Based


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Orange Turmeric Tea

Orange Turmeric Tea is delicious, easy to make, and a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. 

Course Drinks
Cuisine Vegan
Keyword Turmeric
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Calories 30 kcal


  • 1 orange peeled and chopped
  • 1 teaspoon powdered turmeric or 2 teaspoons grated fresh
  • 1 teaspoon caraway seeds
  • a few black peppercorns or a pinch of black pepper
  • stevia or sweetener if desired


  1. Place the orange, turmeric, and caraway seeds in a large saucepan with four cups water.
  2. Bring to a just below a boil over medium-high heat and let gently simmer for about five minutes. This will reduce any bitterness in the turmeric.

  3. Add the peppercorns or pinch of pepper and steep for a minute or two.
  4. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer into mugs and the sweetener of your choice, if desired.
Nutrition Facts
Orange Turmeric Tea
Amount Per Serving
Calories 30
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


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6 years ago

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7 years ago

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Sathish Mrb
7 years ago

Great post!!! For healthy life. I am very interested in your blog. After reading your blog, I am planning to start taking orange turmeric tea on my day to day life. Thanks for sharing healthy information. Keep blogging.

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Ellen B. Moss
7 years ago


There are a number of health benefits that are related with turmeric.Turmeric is a blessing that emerges out to cure every painful disease.It acts as a antidepressant ,anti inflammatory ,helps to cure diabetes and many more.

No one can make a pause on tremendous health benefits related with turmeric.

Thanks for sharing !

Keep doing good work!

Ellen B Moss

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