Lupus Anti-Inflammatory Tea: Ginger & Turmeric

Lupus Anti-Inflammatory Tea: Ginger & Turmeric

Anti-inflammatory Tea Recipe

As the seasons change, Lupus inflammation and pain can increase. It seems unavoidable and managing it is often challenging. Finding some natural, homeopathic ways to relieve pain is a helpful aid in caring for yourself. Ginger and turmeric both have anti-inflammatory properties, so we’re sharing a recipe for an anti-inflammatory turmeric tea.


Ginger and turmeric are two herbs touted for their therapeutic benefits. According to the NCBI, both of these naturally growing roots have anti-inflammatory properties and offer many other health benefits. Incorporate ginger and turmeric into recipes, drinks, or even take them in pill form.

Turmeric may reduce chronic joint pain and has long been used as a treatment. Ginger offers anti-nausea, digestive, and respiratory benefits in addition to its anti-inflammatory abilities.

As the air cools, try this ginger and turmeric tea. It’s delicious and soothing, and may just give you relief and comfort as you sip.




8 oz boiling water
1 tsp. fresh turmeric root, grated (1/3 tsp. if using dried)
1 tsp. fresh ginger root, grated (1/3 tsp. if using dried)
1 tsp. coconut oil
Honey to taste, optional
Fresh lemon wedge, optional

Combine all ingredients.

Drink daily or as desired.

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  1. Carla Barnes-Kimble says:

    I tried this tea . I was so excited, I felt the pain all over my body just start to melt away. Was so much more excited when I decided the next day to check turmeric and Lupus. WOW, here it is. Thank you many times over for printing this recipe.

  2. edward leak says:

    Surprisingly, I was siting in my yard mediating, trying to figure out what direction GOD was going to take me. A woman accosted me and stated that her friend was very ill and need a house to fulfil your dreams. She stated “I’m a nurse and worked with Doctors on house calls. Therefore, she continue to explain that her friend is suffering from Lumpus. A thought enter my mind; my wife have been taking ginger root tea to her church for years; now everyone is asking for it. The results are amazing. Ginger root tea eliminate pain. The coefficient of this root religiously relieve the sufferance of pain temporary for lumpus. This is only an opinion.

  3. Lisa Matthews says:

    My sister just found out she has Lupus she is 57 I would like updates on what she cannot eat or drink and any natural herb she can take Thank you

  4. I was diagnosed with Lupus SLE in 1993 and had severe joint pain along with other symptoms for years. I started drinking ginger tea because it made me relax and that is has a refreshing taste. I later purchased a ginger tea that had Turmeric in it. After drinking the ginger and turmeric tea for 3 months I noticed that I had no joint pain. Went to see my Rheumatologist and told her about the discovery. I told her I was pleased that I found something that worked and that I would not have to take my plaquenil as often. I’m still drinking the tea and haven’t had my plaquenil in 8 months and the pain is under control.

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