What is a turmeric shot?
Turmeric is an ingredient best known from Indian cuisine. It is an Indian yellow root and is widely used in curry dishes. A turmeric shot is a slow juiced turmeric that is processed in a shot format so that you can take enough vitamins every day. You can store these shots in the freezer for a longer period of time, if you don't have a freezer you can store the turmeric shots in the fridge for about 7 days. However, before the 7 days are over you are already through the turmeric shots is our experience. Then you could place a new order before the week is over.
Why should I buy a turmeric shot?
Turmeric shots is a biological healer and it helps with so many different complaints. For example, if you experience inflammation, a turmeric shot is really crucial for you, because it is an anti-inflammatory. If you have digestive problems, the turmeric shot will help you support your digestion. It also has a mild laxative effect. In addition, it relieves hay fever and helps in the blood flow of blood vessels. In short, it will make you feel better in your body and reviews have shown that you experience less joint pain.
How often should I take a turmeric shot?
The advice for this varies, but you should never take multiple shots in one day. We recommend consuming 1 or a maximum of 2 turmeric shots per day so that you know that you always take the right amount. What we often read from the reviews of our customers is that they take the turmeric shots after dinner so that it helps them with digestion.
However, it is always good to take turmeric shots and other vitamin shots before bed. So that your body can defend and heal itself while you are sleeping.
If you suffer from inflammation and this also has an impact on your daily life, we advise you to take the turmeric shots in the morning. So that you feel better in your own body during the day.
Besides the turmeric shots, are there any other shots I should buy?
Turmeric shots are very popular, but ginger shots are also a must have. Below we place a number of links to the ginger shots so that you can read more about them and possibly order them: