Turmeric lemonade has been found to harbor some of the best medicinal values that can deliver an all-in-one solution to health conditions.
Depression is a psychological disorder which makes one feel sad, nurture negative feelings about their life and results in the loss of interest.
When it becomes severe, the person might become suicidal. A lot of us battle depression at various levels. However, it’s not difficult to cure oneself. With proper medication and support, one can easily come out of this.
Drugs like Prozac and others which are used to cure depression have a lot of side-effects which include gastrointestinal bleeding, breathing trouble and might worsen the situation by making the person suicidal.
Turmeric lemonade is the natural alternative to these antidepressant drugs which not only guarantees 100 percent recovery but also has no side-effect.
Turmeric lemonade being anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant is used for – treating stomach disorders, heartburn (dyspepsia), liver disorder, diarrhea, jaundice, arthritis, and other diseases. It also boosts immunity, improves absorption of essential nutrients, and works as a detox, reducing calories. It also helps in treating Alzheimer’s, skin cancer and lowers bad cholesterol.
Researchers have found that the active ingredient in turmeric curcumin has the same effect as that of Prozac and similar other drugs and at the same time, doesn’t harm the body.
The turmeric lemonade recipe is very simple. The ingredients are easily available and it takes just a few minutes to make it. It’s cheaper and hassle free compared to procuring drugs to cure depression.
How To Make Turmeric Lemonade?
(1) Juice extracted from 1 lemon.
(2) 2 teaspoons of freshly grated turmeric or turmeric powder.
(3) 4 teaspoons of 100 % maple syrup, honey or stevia ( if you want to avoid sugar)
(4) 4 cups of cold, filtered water.
(5) Juice extracted from 1 blood orange ( optional).
Now that you have all the ingredients, mix them together in a bowl. Serve the turmeric lemonade with slices of lemon.
If you are on any medication, please consult your healthcare provider before consuming turmeric lemonade.
Stay happy, stay healthy!
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