How To Make Turmeric Cardamom Cinnamon Tea

by Samreedhi Goel (PG Diploma, BSc (Nutrition)) last updated -

Turmeric is perhaps one of the most nutritious supplements you can get your hands on. That’s why it goes without saying that a cup of turmeric tea can free you of a number of health problems. Turmeric tea, as it’s commonly recognized, is known for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties. People suffering from arthritis or osteoporosis are recommended to drink this tea. It is also an important antioxidant, which improves immunity and slows down the aging process. While people usually like to add a teaspoon of turmeric with lemon water, we have a recipe of turmeric tea, infused with spices like cardamom, cinnamon, and pepper that will make for a wholesome, delicious and healthy drink. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get on with the recipe already!

Flatlay picture of a red teapot, two small bowls with spices and a cup and saucer of tea

Turmeric Tea Recipe

Enjoy this antioxidant-rich & immunity-boosting elixir infused with your favorite spices!
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Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 person



  • To make turmeric tea, mix water, turmeric powder, cinnamon sticks, pepper and cardamom in the aforementioned proportion. Let it simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Make sure that you break open the cardamom shell before adding it.
  • Bring it to a boil till the water takes the color of turmeric. Serve and enjoy the tea!
    Flatlay picture of a red teapot, two small bowls with spices and a cup and saucer of tea

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Samreedhi Goel is a nutritionist and fitness expert who completed BSc Nutrition and P.G Diploma in Nutrition and food technology from SNDT Mumbai. She runs her exercise studio, Size Wise, since 1999. She has also been the Consulting Nutritionist for Kellogg’s India for two years. Ms. Goel has been a fitness columnist and has been interviewed by leading publications like DNA, Times of India, Mumbai Mirror, Sunday Mid Day, Complete Wellbeing, Savvy, Femina, Vogue, Good Housekeeping, and Emirates evening post, India Abroad (USA). She is currently a columnist for Vogue India. Her mantra has always been “A good diet should build you, not break you” and firmly belongs to the anti-starvation brigade.

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