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Herb hero

Posted in Food and wellness
by Emma Elwin on 22 September, 2016

Emma's new favorite super food has both anti-inflammatory and anti-depressants effects.

Today I started my morning with a super smoothy hoping the turmeric and ginger would kick mine and Dylans cold hard in the butt! A year ago I was working with a photographer that passionately preaching about the benefits of turmeric. Ever since I’ve wanted to add turmeric to my daily food rutin. Two of the almost endless benefits is the anti-inflammatory and anti-depressants effects. The later one is very welcome to me since the days are getting darker here in Sweden which really calls for a colorful pick me up. Mix the Turmeric with black pepper to get maximum effect.


3 Comments

Anna: Vilken fin förpackning! Tips är att man ska äta gurkmeja ihop med lite svartpeppar, för det är då det kan tas upp bra av tarmen.
September 30, 2016

Mikaela: Emma - var kan man köpa det i Stockholm? Vill ha från Herb Hero så man får den fina förpackningen, glömmer bort annars när burkarna står gömda i skåpet haha ;) <3
September 22, 2016

Christina: As often as I have time, I drink a big glass of ginger-lemon-turmeric tea! Grate 2-3 cm ginger, 1/2 lemon, and two tbls turmeric and a bit of ground black pepper. Then fill upp the glass with boiled water. Enjoy!
September 22, 2016

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