Mighty Turmeric

Currently Obsessed

Gather round, gather round. Now I know that use of turmeric is older than dirt. Like, duh girl. However, in the last year or so I introduced it in my life pretty consistently and it has now taken full control. I don’t know where I was, but now I am found. So naturally, I must share.

Here’s why I’m #currentlyobsessed with the mighty turmeric.

The Rundown

Turmeric is in the same family as ginger.

The bright yellow color is due to the concentrate: curcumin.

It’s a pretty powerful spice that is so versatile. Soon, it’ll start replacing items all over your house.

Why It’s Boss

Curcumin has the ability to control inflammation.

So while the mighty turmeric can be an awesome antioxidant, secret weapon for your skin, and help you love your liver. It can also help to B O O S T your brain waves! Say whet

YEP: Research continues to show that turmeric helps provide positive impact on brain activity, especially for anxiety, depression, and aging. YAS.


Welp, curcumin is believed to work by increasing the key neurotransmitters linked to depression: serotonin and dopamine. So remember that inflammation deal? Curcumin impacts depression by reducing brain inflammation. Allowing the good guys: serotonin & dopamine to run free

How I Use It:

(Just imagine this list in the voice of Bubba)

turmeric tea

turmeric + pepper+ honey + lemon + hot water

lemon + ginger + apple cider vinegar + honey + turmeric

turmeric milk

cashew milk + turmeric + honey + ginger root + cinnamon

turmeric face masks


turmeric vitamins

turmeric smoothies 

turmeric seafood

Okay, you’ve got the picture. “I had 99 problems and turmeric has solved like 86” hashtag: superfood win. Consider introducing this bite-sized idea this week, follow-up, and let me know the deets.

Thanks for clicking in for this mid-week #obsessed post. Share this with a friend using the social links below & I’ll see you for #self-care sunday. Boom!

Best, Dr. Dyce