Honey and Turmeric Gelatin Squares: A Great Anti-inflammatory!

· June 24, 2017
They're fun, they're delicious, and they're super healthy. Give these great honey turmeric gelatin squares a try!

These honey and turmeric gelatin squares don’t just look delicious. The benefits that they contain go far beyond their velvety smooth and delicate flavor.

Without a doubt, this is a sensational remedy. It can help you treat several problems like:

  • The common cold
  • Pain associated with arthritis
  • Back pain

Also Read: The Best Diet for People with Arthritis

This is a recipe based on natural medicine.

We encourage you to take better care of yourself in your day-to-day life. You can do this using the many gifts that nature gives us.

How can these honey and turmeric gelatin squares help you?

Gelatin pieces shaped like honeycomb sections.

 

In this article, we’ll explain everything this recipe can do for you and your family’s health.

A sweet that takes care of your heart health

Curcumin is the component that gives turmeric its characteristic color. At the same time, it provides many great benefits.

One of the most beneficial is that it may help control heart disease.

In addition, it increases the function of your endothelium. This is a tissue that covers the internal part of your blood vessels. It’s also a very powerful anti-inflammatory agent with an antioxidant foundation.

See Also: How to Make an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

You can also get extraordinary flavonoids. To do this, you need to add organic honey to the recipe. 

Flavonoids are a kind of antioxidant. They help you reduce your risk of suffering from different heart diseases.

A great natural anti-inflammatory

Inflammation flares up because of the presence of pathogenic agents in your body. This means things like bacteria which make your immune system defend itself.

Inflammation is a defense mechanism. In fact, it’s natural and beneficial. This is because it’s part of the healing process.

However, the problem starts when inflammation becomes chronic. This means when your joints are always inflamed or your legs are always swollen from liquid retention.

Curcumin is a chemical that enters your cells and reduces the effects of inflammation. 

Natural honey acts as one of the best natural antibiotics.

It’s a great ally for your immune system. It’s worth the trouble of eating a few of these gelatin squares every morning. This will help you prevent viruses, bacteria, and infections.

It reduces your back pain

A woman with back pain.

Everyone has had annoying and incapacitating back pain sometimes.

Besides spending a few days resting, it’s natural to go straight for classic anti-inflammatory medication. For example, these include ibuprofen.

However, both turmeric and honey also have the ability to act as good aids for reducing pain.

Curcumin is a polyphenol that is used in natural medicine. This is used to increase the quality of life for people with osteoarthritis.

Eating gelatin squares that have honey and turmeric can progressively reduce your back pain.

This is a very good complement and, without a doubt, is also good because it keeps you from taking too many medications. As a result, it helps you avoid getting too many chemicals in your liver.

Plus, children love these squares. If you have a mold and you make it by hand for fun, they will surely enjoy eating this natural remedy.

How to make the gelatin squares

These are honey and turmeric gelatin squares.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of orange juice
  • 2 teaspoons of turmeric
  • 1/2 a cup of very hot water
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1/4 cup of natural gelatin

Instructions

  • Mix the cup of natural orange juice with the two teaspoons of turmeric.
  • Then, pour the combination in a pot on medium heat. Add the half cup of water and the honey. Mix them will with a wooden spoon. Let the mixture heat up.
  • Then, add the natural gelatin without taking anything out. Lower the temperature a little.
  • Little by little you’ll see it starting to thicken. This is the time to pour the mixture into the different silicon molds you’ve chosen for this recipe.
  • Afterward, put the molds in the refrigerator (not the freezer).

You only have to wait an hour for your delicious honey and turmeric squares.

Please remember that you should eat these gelatin squares within a week.

If you think you won’t be able to eat them within a week, you can freeze them without any problems. They will keep their properties if frozen.

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