Skin Saviour: Turmeric & Ginger Tea Recipe

A Ginger & Turmeric Cocktail Tea Recipe

I wasn’t excited before trying this tea combination, but I heard about how great it was for acne prone skin that I had to try it. Luckily, I loved it. It’s spicy from the ginger, yet citrus-zingy from the lemon. Whilst drinking this, you can literally feel it working. I feel so healthy after drinking this. It’s great the skin, and for detoxing. For some people it can take a while to get used to the taste of, but give it a try. Keep reading for my full recipe.


  • Thumb of Fresh Ginger.
  • 1/2 Teaspoon of Fresh or Ground Turmeric.
  • 1/2 Lemon or Lime Squeezed.
  • Crack of Black or Cayenne Pepper.
  • Tbsp of Apple Cider Vinegar.
  • 500ml Water depending on mug size. (Hot or Cold)



Ginger can be used to treat nausea and forms of morning sickness, and has a history of being a sea sickness remedy. It is also an anti-inflammatory ingredient that can ease joint pains, and treats chronic indigestion issues as it speeds up the emptying of the stomach. In addition, ginger powder can significantly reduce menstrual pains in females. The natural ingredient can also help to fight infections and respiratory infections. This information is taken from the health line website.


Turmeric is really having its time in the spotlight. From turmeric lattes/golden milk, to natural turmeric face masks; it’s all over the health and wellness blogs. It has been described as the most effective nutritional supplement in existence due to the bioactive compounds and curcumin. Like ginger, it is also an anti-inflammatory compound due to the curcumin which gives turmeric its yellow colouring. It increases the antioxidant capacity of the body and lowers risk of disease and depression. For more information, click here.


Lemon is a constant in my routine as I love to add it to my water. The benefits are vast, and include being a great source of vitamin C. It also improves skin quality, supports weight loss, aids digestion, freshens breath, and helps reduce nausea. Information from here.

Apple Cider Vinegar:

Apple Cider Vinegar wasn’t an ingredient I wanted to add initially, but it really adds a kick to this drink. It is another product that is having a moment in the wellness scene due to the many benefits it has on the body. It helps to enhance weight loss, improves skin health, relieves acid reflux, boost gut health, and enhance circulation. In addition to internal benefits, this magic product has external benefits from helping acne to healing poison ivy and sun burn. For more information, read here.


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