Dr Sanjay Gupta’s Creamy Turmeric Tea Recipe & Improving Your Memory

Dr Sanjay Gupta: Turmeric Improves Memory

Dr. Oz and Dr. Sanjay Gupta are sitting down for the first time as Dr. Gupta is sharing his secrets to live a longer live. They discussed his new book, Monday Mornings, as well as the surgery that changed his life. Now he is giving his best longevity tips that he does every single day! Try his Creamy Turmeric Tea recipe.

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Dr Sanjay Gupta's Creamy Turmeric Tea Recipe & Improving Your Memory

Dr Sanjay Gupta does not drink wine or a cocktail to relax at night. Instead, check out his recipe for Creamy Turmeric Tea that will help you live longer!


  1. Lynn Dils says

    Made the turmeric tea tonight and while it was yummy it seems that there were clumps of the turmeric and cinnamon on the bottom of the mug because it did not dissolve well after stirring into the warmed almond milk. Any tips on how to get it to dissolve better? Plan to make it a nightly routine. Thanks!

  2. Susan says

    I premixed the spices and used a whisk to mix them in just before the it was removed from the stove. Did not have any lumps. Really enjoyed the flavors.

  3. Jasmine says

    I warmed the milk on the stove and added the spices in gradually not many clumps at all;-) Yummy but I spilled the cinnamon lol

  4. Becky says

    I used my battery operated mini-frother (used to make cappuccino) to mix in the spices.

    I wonder if you can pre-mix everything together in a large container (?maybe the almond milk container), then shake vigorously before pouring to mix, then heat??

  5. Flo Gichamba says

    How about you mix everything then cover and microwave? I do that and it’s all nice and smooth. Hope that it’s safe.

  6. Terry says

    I’ve drank this tea twice and then took my blood pressure about an hour later. Both times my blood pressure was lowered to a good level

  7. says

    I made it with agave nectar instead of honey. i used a whisk and it seemed to blend well.
    It really is calming and had a nice flavor..

  8. Sandy says

    Most of the grittiness can be eliminated by using cinnamon extract which can be found at most health food stores. But I still can’t get the tumeric to dissolve. Perhaps warming it on the stove as some have suggested will work (I’ve been using the microwave). As for the lumps…here’s the trick: Put your dry ingredients into a glass or small bowl, then add the honey and cinnamon extract. Stir them together until smooth. Now add a small amount of milk and stir until thin. You can then add the rest of the milk and heat.

  9. beck says

    If you make the tea in a sauce pan of water as in a recipe I used , you can use a small strainer to pour it into a mug and all of the turmeric will catch in the strainer. Turmeric is not water soluble. I boiled 4 cups of water and added 1 teaspoon turmeric , cinnamon to taste and some honey in the mug. You simmer and stir it for a few minutes and then strain into your mug. I put the honey in my mug not the pan. I wish I remembered where I found the recipe but this is what the one I found said. Hope it helps you with the clumps!

  10. sue in CA says

    love turmeric and will be making this but will use stevia not honey … I know honey is natural and good but no sugar products for me.

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