Anti Inflammatory Power Potion Recipe

Anti Inflammatory Power Potion Recipe

Anti Inflammatory Power Potion Recipe

This recipe packs a punch. With spices that do amazing things for your body (like reducing inflammation, aiding in digestion, boosting immunity, and providing arthritis relief), a few sips of this tonic a day can go a long way in helping your body to function at its highest capacity.

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To start, we need to heat up the liquid. I make this as a tonic that you ADD into your daily cup of coffee, tea, milk, etc. I can’t drink this potent blend on its own, though some do. So it’s a pretty concentrated mixture that we’re whipping up here.

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Heat 1 cup almond milk and 1/2 cup water over the stovetop. Okay, I’m well aware that my adorable little pot is for making coffee, but it was way too cute not to use and it serves the purpose. You can simply use a sauce pan.

Add the spices to the warming liquids so that each spice has an opportunity to infuse into the mix. Cinnamon helps to control blood sugar, ease IBS symptoms, increase mental and cognitive alertness and clarity, and control weight, along with an array of other awesome benefits. Add in 1 tsp.

Turmeric is incredible for your health. Did you know that According to the Journal of the American Chemical Society, turmeric contains a wide range of antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also loaded with many healthy nutrients such as protein, dietary fiber, niacin, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium and zinc.

Wow, right? No wonder it’s nicknamed the Queen Spice. Add in 1/2 tsp to the mixture.

Ginger improves absorption of nutrients, increases digestive juices, relieves joint pain as an anti-inflammatory agent and calms a sensitive stomach. Use 1 teaspoon.

You’ll probably notice that you have to do quite a bit of stirring until the spices melt into the liquid. Don’t worry, they will! Just keep on stirring. Once all of the spices have blended into the mixture, you’re done! That’s it for the tonic. Now, as a brave soul, you could drink this as is (after it’s cooled slightly, obviously). I’m not so brave.

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Here’s how I drink it: I make a cup of warm almond milk (you can use coffee, tea, milk) and add in 2-3 tablespoons of the spiced tonic. I then add 1 teaspoon vanilla essential oil.

IT smells so good! Just mix it into the warmed liquid.

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Then I sweeten it up with French vanilla stevia. Just a few drops depending on your taste turns this mixture into a delicious, warm, creamy, comforting drink!

I think I use about 4-5 drops. You can adjust according to your sweet tooth 🙂

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Now drink up and enjoy! Not only is this a warm, comforting blend to enjoy daily- your body will be reaping the benefits and feeling amazing in no time!

Anti Inflammatory Power Potion Recipe

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12 thoughts on “Anti Inflammatory Power Potion Recipe

  1. “Here’s how I drink it: I make a cup of warm almond milk (you can use coffee, tea, milk….) and add in 2-3 tablespoons of the spiced tonic. I then add 1 teaspoon vanilla essential oil.”

    You are telling people to ingest essential oils?
    What happened to your page? Your company?
    Did someone buy you out? Seriously, it looks as if you have dumped the entire business end of this and are now just pumping your own recipes and telling people to ingest essential oils? WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENED TO YOUR SITE??? I’m not the only one looking and shaking my head wondering if a doTerra or YL person is in charge of your company now. smh

    1. Thank you for your well thought out feedback about our new site Vonda.

      While while as a company we don’t ever advise people to ingest Essential Oils, we take great care to ensure that we buy the purest Essential Oils available on the market and our suppliers tests each load in a laboratory. Many folks choose to do their own research and obtain advice from their own health care professionals, then making their own informed decisions as whether or not to ingest them in small amounts.

      As for our new website, I completely understand where you are coming from. Our company is still a privately owned and operated family business. The reason for the change was not entirely for the aesthetic updates, but more for customer experience. The new website offers a more stable and secure shopping platform, as well as enhances our ability to offer excellent service to our loyal Bulkers. That being said, it is a work in progress and we welcome any and all feedback on how we can make it a more pleasurable experience.

  2. That’s a very polite response to someone who certainly could have worded themselves better in asking that question. One does not have to be peddling YL or DT to discuss their own usage of essential oils. Anyone who puts any time into the study of aromatherapy knows that certain reputable therapeutic grade oils can be utilized internally. Many have a long history of being used as such. I have used some in vehicle-caps myself for inflammation and arthritis. Educating oneself is the first step in any holistic treatment options whether used externally or internally. Someone who is so quick to spew out a comment such as Vonda should maybe just stick to the family doctor instead of nature’s medicine cabinet. Keep up the awesome work my neighbor to the north. This southern Ohio gal appreciates your company, products and tips!

    1. Today’s world…spew out whatever you want…the receiving end has to be nice to avoid being labeled a hater (in this case…their business labeled ‘less than’. In reality, the verbiage should have had the response…’Get an education on the subject, then speak!’. The spewer is most likely a government/pharma troll paid to help them bring down natural remedies. Right on Trish…a very polite response on the spewer resonse by Paul…lol. I’m not built that way…

  3. Hi I’m very new to the whole natural essential
    Oil process. I want to thank you for sharing your experiences otherwise I would be lost in this world of what to and how to get started in my journey of essential oils and such. I do have one comment although I am new I do realize that this is strictly optional and I don’t have use any of the advise or recipes mentioned here at all but it is left to my discretion and I am under no obligation to use any of the above recipes mentioned. Again thanks for the experiences they are so useful. Please keep them coming.
    -Donna

    http://www.bulkapothecary.com/make-it/lip-balm/lip-balm-containers.html

  4. Trish is exactly right and what most people don’t know that while the recipe might say vanilla essential oil, it is actually the same exact thing as vanilla extract. I have been making candles and stuff for some time now and as Trish stated research goes a long way. I personally like a lot of the recipes they post on here it gives people fresh ideas and they are really useful for people who are just beginning and don’t really know where to start. Also some of the things they post on here are recipes that their customers make and send in. Thank you for the recipes that you post.

  5. Im confused..i thought there was no such thing as vanilla essential oil because vanilla is not steam distilled, expeller pressed or cold pressed. I wonder if this “vanilla essential oil” is actually vanilla absolute, vanilla infusion or vanilla fragrance. I wonder how it is made.just curious

    1. I apologize for any confusion. The Vanilla essential oil we sell, Vanilla (10 fold Oleoresin), is a Standardized/Commercial Grade essential oil. The commercial/standardized grade is a mix of essential oil and synthetic oils. The commercial grade is mostly purchased by companies that will need the essential oil to go further, than someone using it for therapeutic reasons.

      Hope this help!

  6. I want to clarify that the cinnamon, tumeric and ginger in the recipe for the tonic are spices not essential oils. Thank you for what you do.

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