Experience Enhanced Pain Relief with Organic Tree Turmeric Tea – Coarse Cut
Product of Sri Lanka.
Unlocking the Natural Healing Power
Immerse yourself in the soothing embrace of nature with our meticulously sourced Organic Tree Turmeric Tea in Coarse Cut form, directly from certified organic farms. This time-honoured herbal infusion, extracted from the potent roots of the Curcuma longa plant, has been esteemed for centuries for its extraordinary pain-relief attributes.
Purity Beyond Compare
Our Coarse Cut Turmeric Tea distinguishes itself with its unparalleled purity. We take great pride in presenting a product devoid of additives, preservatives, or artificial enhancements. Each batch undergoes rigorous processing to safeguard the full range of valuable compounds, guaranteeing you receive the utmost therapeutic advantages.
Nature’s Dynamic Pain Alleviator
Curcumin, the dynamic constituent in turmeric, emerges as a natural force in pain alleviation. It boasts formidable anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, delivering a viable solution for an array of discomforts, ranging from joint rigidity to muscle soreness. What distinguishes our Coarse Cut variant is its heightened curcumin content, rendering it an ideal option for those pursuing the pinnacle of pain-relief benefits.
A Palate of Rich Aromas
Revel in the bold, bitter and earthy flavour profile of our Coarse Cut Turmeric Tea. The coarser grind guarantees a more concentrated curcumin presence, ensuring a luxurious and aromatic teacup experience.
How to brew
- Prepare a warm and invigorating cup of our Organic Tree Turmeric Tea by steeping a teaspoon in hot water for 10-15 minutes
- Allow the natural compounds to infuse thoroughly.
- For an added touch, consider a drizzle of honey or a slice of fresh ginger.
Tree turmeric (Berberis aristate) is a shrub found in India and Nepal. It contains high amounts of a chemical called berberine.
The chemicals in tree turmeric might reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Tree turmeric is widely used in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine.
People use tree turmeric for diabetes, high cholesterol, burns, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
Do not confuse Tree turmeric with Turmeric (Curcuma longa). These are not the same plant.
Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy: It’s likely unsafe to use tree turmeric while pregnant. It contains a chemical called berberine, which can cross the placenta and might cause harm to the fetus. Kernicterus, a type of brain damage, has developed in newborn infants exposed to berberine.
Breast-feeding: It’s likely unsafe to use tree turmeric while breast-feeding. The berberine in tree turmeric can be transferred to the infant through breast milk, and it might cause harm.
Children: Tree turmeric is likely unsafe to give to newborn infants by mouth. It contains a chemical called berberine which can cause kernicterus, a rare type of brain damage. There isn’t enough reliable information to know if berberine is safe for older children.