Turmeric is known to contain curcumin, a phytochemical with anti-inflammatory properties that is particularly helpful in conditions like lupus, where the body can get stuck in its usual response cycle even after the invader (in the case of lupus, the Epstein-Barr virus) Bar ) is no longer present. Sometimes, however, when the cycle begins, the body needs an ally to step in and interrupt the process. Turmeric is ideal for this job because it contains natural and highly beneficial curcumin steroid compounds, as well as the other aspects of turmeric that are critical for calming excessive inflammatory responses to pathogens.

Turmeric is great for anything in the body that is inflamed and causing pain, from nerves to joints to the brain. Turmeric is the best antidote. Along with inflammation, turmeric's powerful agents and compounds increase blood supply to areas of the body that need increased circulation, making it an ideal spice for those with chronic histamine reactions or toxic blood due to a sluggish liver or poor circulation. Turmeric's high manganese content combined with its curcumin content make it great for the cardiovascular system - it lowers bad cholesterol, raises good cholesterol, helps suppress tumors and cysts, and can prevent almost all types of cancer, especially skin cancer . Manganese also activates curcumin's ability to flush out toxic heavy metals from your body.

Garlic is one of the oldest medicines in the world and is an incredibly powerful spice that can protect you from various ailments and diseases. It has incredibly high levels of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C and B-6, and minerals such as selenium, calcium, copper and iron. Garlic also contains very strong antibiotic, antifungal, anti-cancer and antiviral properties. One raw crushed clove of garlic contains the antibiotic equivalent of 100,000 units of penicillin and has been shown to be more effective than penicillin and tetracycline in suppressing some types of disease-causing agents. Garlic contains a compound called allicin, which has been shown to help significantly lower cholesterol and blood pressure by inhibiting the enzyme HMG-CoA reductase in liver cells and blocking the formation of platelets in blood vessels.

Ginger greatly aids digestion and assimilation and is believed to help prevent colds, flu, seasickness and vertigo. Ginger can also help relieve menstrual cramps, nausea, heartburn, migraines, sore throats, exhaustion, fatigue and constipation and is great for relieving stomach flu and food poisoning. Ginger also contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols and is a powerful pain reliever, making it especially beneficial for those suffering from joint, muscle and nerve pain. Ginger has amazing immune-boosting and germ-fighting abilities and has even been shown to help protect and alleviate Escherichia coli, staph infections, and candida.

Oranges are known to help prevent cancer, lower high blood pressure, fight viral infections, relieve constipation, keep bones and teeth strong, prevent kidney stones and macular degeneration. Oranges are rich in lime and alkaline salts, which help counteract and prevent acidosis in the body. In addition, they are an excellent aid for the digestive tract and help to remove toxic residues from the colon through increased peristaltic action. Oranges contain a significant amount of glutathione, which is crucial for the healthy functioning of the eyes and lungs. Oranges are very useful for respiratory problems such as asthma or bronchitis and for cardiovascular problems such as hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Oranges act as an internal antiseptic for the body and have the ability to purify and strengthen all organs in the body.

These fiery, immune-boosting shots are super tasty, and at the first sign of a cold, they'll help the body fight off the invading virus!


  • 10 cm piece of turmeric
  • 10 cm piece of fresh ginger
  • 2 oranges
  • 4 cloves of garlic

Method of preparation:

Squeeze the juice of each product separately. In a shot glass, mix 1 tsp. turmeric juice, 1 tsp. ginger juice, 1/4 tsp. garlic juice and 1/4 cup orange juice. Stir to combine and drink immediately.

Note: the required amount of products will vary depending on the juicer used.

Portion for 2-4 people.

Frequently Asked Questions About Turmeric Ginger Shots

Can I drink the juice in sips or do I have to drink it all at once?

You can drink it however you prefer.

How many times a week can I drink these shots?

If you wish, you can take them daily.

Can I refrigerate the juice?

It is best to drink it immediately after making it to reap the greatest benefits.

Do I need to add black pepper for proper absorption of turmeric?

No, contrary to popular belief, black pepper is not necessary.

Can turmeric or ginger powder be used instead of fresh root?

For this recipe, each of the juices must be from a fresh root.

Will it turn out the same if I mix the ingredients in a blender?

It won't have the same therapeutic benefits, but there will still be plenty. If you're blending them, you can then strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer, cheesecloth or a nut milk bag, discard the pulp and drink the juice.

What juicer do you recommend?

Omega juicers are great depending on your budget, but any juicer will do.

Do the ingredients have to be organic?

The ideal option is organic products, but you can also use regular ones.

Can I use less garlic, turmeric, or ginger than the recipe calls for?

To be able.

Should I peel the ginger and turmeric?

No, you don't need to peel them. This is your choice. Just remember to wash them well if you don't bleach them.

Can it be taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding?

Yes, in both cases it is appropriate to accept.

Can I leave out the garlic?

Yes, you can omit the garlic. The shot won't have quite the same healing properties, but it will still be extremely useful.

Can I use anything other than oranges?

Yes, if you want, you can try it with apple juice. It won't taste the same, but it will still be very healing.

Does garlic kill good bacteria?

Contrary to some erroneous theories, garlic does not kill productive bacteria in the intestinal tract. It only kills non-productive bacteria that operate on a positive frequency. Do not confuse this with the term gram-positive, which does not actually refer to electrical charge. Both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, which are harmful to humans, operate on a positive frequency. On the other hand, productive, beneficial bacteria (whether gram-negative or gram-positive) operate at a negative frequency—the same frequency that humans operate at. Not to be confused with negative, unfavorable energy, this negative charge is a good thing; it is our source of grounding. Unproductive bacteria, worms and other parasites, fungi and viruses move with a positive charge. When they take up residence in our bodies, they drain our batteries and we lose our grounding. Then comes garlic, which has anti-pathogenic properties that are positively charged.

Similar charges are repelled and garlic rids us of the pathogens that have harmed us. Because the beneficial bacteria in our gut and other microorganisms that benefit us are negatively charged and grounded, garlic does not destroy them. While garlic has a certain abrasive aspect, it is the abrasiveness that works to your advantage. Rest assured that garlic is not destroying anything that shouldn't be destroyed - it is not harming you. On the contrary, it is ideal for fighting colds, flu, strep, pneumonia-causing bacteria and virus-related cancers.

You can find much more information about other healthy foods and recipes on our blog , as well as in Anthony William's books .

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