Turmeric Gummies Benefits
These DIY turmeric gummies benefits by helping your body fight colds, flu, and even inflammation. If this is your first time making your gummies, it’s easier than you might believe. The turmeric root is packed with powerful antioxidants. Turmeric curcumin contains anti-inflammatory blends that sustain joint and muscle health. Further, this magical and mighty spice combats long-term inflammation facilitates healthier skin, and nourishes the immune system while healing you innately. Also, it is among the famous sauce of the paleo diet. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory content, this brilliantly relieves wrists, knees, and ankles aches, especially at night and during stormy weather.
This recipe is fantastic because it is a superb way to get the properties of turmeric in a tasty, healthy, and easy-to-eat gummy!
Total Cook Time 4 hours
Preparation Time 5-10 minutes
Utensils you’ll need
- Large pot/deep skillet
- Wooden spoon
- Ceramic baking dishes or silicone molds
Ingredients for turmeric gummies
- 3 ½ cups water
- 1 t freshly grated ground turmeric
- 6 T Honey
- 8 T unflavored gelatin powder ( for consistency & thickness)/ Or you can use agar powder (It’s a vegan substitute for beef gelatin)
- Pinch of freshly ground pepper
Directions to make turmeric gummies
- Pour the water, ground turmeric, and Honey into a deep skillet. Heat on medium-high for about 5 minutes, stirring well so the ingredients mix well.
- Remove the skillet from the heat, sprinkle the gelatin powder over the liquid, and whisk the gelatin well to make an even mixture. You can use up to 3 spoons of agar powder per cup of water if you use agar powder.
- Back the pot on the heat, and mix via a wooden spoon until it is seen that the gelatin is fully dissolved.
- Resume whisking in the saucepan over low flame until the mixture is smooth. Just a moment or two. It is not binding to do this step, but it gives the gummies a more delicate consistency.
- Store it inside an airtight container. Either place these gummies in the fridge for up to 1 week, or you can freeze them.
- Pour the liquid into your silicone molds or coconut oil-greased glass dish. Place the tray in the refrigerator; they should set in about four hours.
- When thoroughly chilled, cut into small squares or any preferred shape you want, and serve.
Benefits of the ingredients:
Gelatin has proteins and antioxidants, which protect the cells in the body, supporting the digestive system health, bones, skin, joints, and more. It’s also an excellent source of Calcium and Magnesium.
Turmeric has been an incredible home remedy for a couple of ailments since ancient Ayurveda. It works better than many pharmaceuticals owing to its efficacy against curbing diseases like arthritis and even some cancers.
Additionally, turmeric is riched anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that have had benefits for centuries in fighting seasonal ailments like colds, flu, sore throat, and cough.
Honey mainly comprises sugar, supplies small portions of many vitamins and minerals, and is wealthy in health-promoting plant compounds.
- Rich in antioxidants
- Best for blood sugar levels than regular white sugar
- Improve heart health.
- Speed up wound healing.
- It may help suppress coughing in children.
Tapioca Syrup (optional substitute for honey for those trying to lose weight)
You get 260 calories per 100 grams of maple syrup; you only get 130 calories from the same amount of tapioca syrup. Consuming more calories means storing the extra calories as fat; tapioca syrup is a more satisfactory choice if you’re trying to lose weight.
If you’re undergoing any of these symptoms, you should make some of these turmeric gummies. As these turmeric gummies benefit your health.