As research may suggest, Turmeric could boost immune system from a main active component found in Turmeric called Curcumin. Our immune system is our shield that protects and defends our bodies against diseases and illnesses. We need to care for it, nurture it and listen to it. There are many ways to build a strong immune system, I prefer to do it naturally by using everyday herbs and spices around me. In my opinion, the best natural immune system booster is Turmeric if taken with right combinations.
Anti-Oxidant Activity – Experiment based on rat model confirmed that oral administration of curcumin showed noteworthy reversal in lipid peroxidation, brain lipids as well as produced enhancement of glutathione.
Effect on Hypertension – In this concerned, curcumin has proven an important role in the prevention of hypertension
Anti- Diabetic Activity – Study was performed to check the effects of curcumin and it was found that administration of curcumin enhanced the activities of all antioxidant enzymes
Anti-inflammatory Activity – A study based on animal model, curcumin, a chief ingredient of turmeric inhibited arachidonic acid metabolism and inflammation in skin epidermis through downregulation of the pathways of cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase and other study reported that curcumin possesses anti-inflammatory activity.
Anti-Obesity Effect – A study results demonstrated that curcumin improves insulin signaling, glucose disposal, as well as blocks obesity during high-fat diet consumption
Effect on Respiratory disorder – Curcumin shows a valuable role in the control of respiratory related complications
Anti-microbial Activity – Curcumin, a chief ingredient of turmeric has been confirmed to have antibacterial, antiviral, and anti fungal activities
Cardio-Preventive Effect – A study finding reported that curcumin, chief constituent of turmeric pre- and co-treatment decreased the severity of pathological changes and therefore, could have a protective effect against the damage caused by myocardial infarction (MI)
Anti-Malarial Activity – The experiment was performed on mice, and results confirmed that oral administration of curcumin to mice infected with malaria parasite showed role in the reduction of blood parasitemia by 80%–90% and enhance their survival significantly
Here are some Tumeric immune boosting recipes that we thought could be helpful. Try to use fresh ingredient for maximum benefits. My all time favourite
Simple Turmeric and Ginger Shot that I take to boost my immune system.
250 grams ginger
250 grams Turmeric
3 medium Lemons
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
Put in a mixer and make a few batches.This next one is by minimalibaker and it got 32 votes with 4.88 rating at the time of writing this.
Lemon Ginger Orange Turmeric Wellness Shots(2)
1 small orange
2 small lemons
1/4 cup chopped fresh turmeric
1/4 cup fresh ginger
1/8 tsp fresh black pepper
1/4 tsp oil (extra virgin, optional)
Throw it all in a blender
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Immunity Booster Drink /Kadha / Kashaya. The kadha (also know as khashaya in sounth india) that mom has been making us all drink.
An Indian drink which is often used as an alternative remedy to boost immunity and stave off illness. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties making it a host of many medical benefits.
It has turmeric, black pepper, cloves, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon.
It's a very simple remedy to heal cough, cold and body pains. Let's try to include this immunity booster in your daily life and make yourself more immune !
Just boil 1 tbsp mix in water and drink in place of tea or els mix it with milk.
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As understood by modern medicine, immunity is a network of internal biological processes that protect an organism from diseases. In Ayurveda, the concept of immunity is known as “Bala”, and is classified in three categories – “Sahaja” which exist naturally and are considered to be hereditary, “Kalaja” which is effected by time, seasons and age, and lastly, “Yuktikruta” which is acquired immunity and can be attained through Ayurveda.
One such form of immunity booster is the Ayurvedic concoction known as “kadha”. Here’s a simple recipe to follow, its aromas and flavors will surely take you back to your childhood when your mother would brew it slowly to cure you of fever, menstrual aches or just a cold winter day.
Honey or jiggery
Loaded with anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants.
Helps relieve sour throat and helps keep the body cool.
Boosts the body’s immune system.
High in antioxidants, and helps the body absorb turmeric.
Rich in antioxidants.
*Peel fresh turmeric and fresh ginger. Crush both using a mortar and pestle.
*In a pot, boil water and add turmeric and ginger.
*Add all other spices.
*Boil it for 20-30 minutes. Add jaggery or honey for sweetness.
How to have it?
Heat it and keep having it throughout the day.
Need of the Hour! Immunity Booster Kadha, but yeh peeke bhi Ghar pe baith a jaaruri hai 🙌🏼
This is a combination of Tulsi, Turmeric, Cloves, peppercorn, cinnamon, ginger and Jaggery/Honey as optional with water is perfect to keep your immunity on track.
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Tangerine Immunity Juice by mrs_kitchen_fairy. Tangerines, orange, lemon, turmeric, and pepper! Black pepper has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that make it especially great for gut health. Plus, it gives your juice a delicious kick while waking up your taste buds. Have you tried it?...
It is an age-old remedy for sore throat during flu season in India. Turmeric is a key ingredient in Indian cooking and has a significant space on our kitchen shelf. It offers many health benefits since it has both anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic and anti-oxidant properties. It is believed as a "natural aspirin" in Ayurvedic medicine. In our family, we combine Turmeric and pepper with Milk to make a concoction to soothe a sore throat. Peppercorns are said to help in the absorption of Turmeric by the body.
Did you know that combining "piperine" in black pepper with "curcumin" in Turmeric enhances curcumin absorption? It means pepper would help to release Turmeric's anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties when combined with black pepper.
How we prepare –
Water – ¾ cup, Milk – ½ cup, Turmeric – ½ teaspoon, Sugar/jaggery – 1 teaspoon
Black Peppercorns – ¼ tsp (crushed) or pepper powder-2 pinch
Method: Boil water, add Turmeric and pepper and allow to simmer for 10 minutes.
-Add Milk and Sugar/jaggery and heat a bit, sieve the mixture and drink as warm as possible. It gives a soothing effect.
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