Fermented Turmeric Ginger Kefir Popsicles

A sensational summer treat that is beneficial for your digestion, energy, and mood! These fermented Turmeric Ginger Kefir Popsicles are abundant in live beneficial bacteria & yeast that have been shown to increase absorption of minerals, assit in the proper functioning of the digestive system, increase energy, and uplift mood.

These popsicles are made with a blend of  Water Kefir, Botanica’s Daily Fermented Turmeric Ginger, Orange Juice, and an infusion of Turmeric Root, Ginger Root, & Black Pepper. A tangy blend that is both nourishing & stimulating to the digestive system. The water kefir & fermented turmeric ginger are rich in beneficial bacteria & yeast that work to rebalance the digestive system and promote the growth of healthy intestinal flora. The turmeric, ginger, & black pepper infusion acts as a digestive tonic and supports the entire digestive system. While the orange juice is abundant in antioxidants,  minerals, and vitamins that nourish the whole body.

Alive and teaming with vital nutrients & beneficial bacteria, ferments are an indispensable nutritional staple. Not only is fermentation a source of preservation, but it also begins the process of pre-digestion by breaking down food into more accessible forms to digest. It is especially beneficial for foods that are otherwise considered indigestible such as soybeans, which are largely indigestible without fermentation. Once fermented though they become highly digestible and their rich protein reserves become accessible in products such as soy sauce, miso, and tempeh. Ferments are also able to break down toxic compounds found in some vegetables and are known for being high sources of antioxidants & natural probiotics. All of which contribute to the eradication of free radicles and to the healthy development of the gut microbiome.Water Kefir | is a refreshing lacto-fermented probiotic beverage inoculated with live active cultures & yeasts. Water kefir is made with water kefir grains (which are not true grains & do not contain gluten), and a water based liquid such as sugar water, fruit juice, or coconut water. As the water kefir ferments, it develops a complex network of beneficial microorganisms that can greatly improve the health of the colon and entire gastrointestinal tract as well as boost immune functions. If consumed on a regular basis the beneficial bacteria will begin to coat the lining of the intestines, improving overall gut flora & health.

Ginger | Zingiber officinale | A traditional kitchen apothecary herb that is known for its ability to increase digestive fire or aid in the digestive system. Ginger works as a digestive aid and GI stimulant by promoting heat & movement within the digestive system while simultaneously reducing systemic inflammation. It is also considered to be an effective anti-inflammatory, analgesic, disinfecting immune booster, detoxifier, non-caffeinated stimulant and respiratory expectorant.

 Turmeric | Curcuma longa | An ancient anti-inflammatory herb that also contains anodyne, anti-infective, anti-oxidant, carminative, and bitter properties (just to name a few, as the list is extensive). Turmeric works specifically on the GI tract & liver and is especially useful in cases of ulceration and inflammation.

Black Pepper | Piper nigrum | A traditional kitchen apothecary spice that is known for its ability to increase absorption. It is also considered to be an effective digestive tonic, carminative, and mild stimulant.

Fermented Turmeric Ginger Kefir Pops


  • 2 Cups Kefir Water or Kombucha
  • 1 Cup Orange Juice
  • 1 Cup Turmeric, Ginger, & Black Pepper Tea* Cold Infusion
  • 4 to 8 Tablespoons Botanica's Fermented Turmeric Ginger


  1. To create, begin by adding all of the ingredients to a blender and blend until combined. 

  2. To complete, pour the popsicle mixture into a mold, add sticks, and freeze for at least an hour or until set. 

Recipe Notes

Turmeric, Ginger, & Black Pepper Tea* Prepare an infusion of 1 part Turmeric root (dried or fresh), 1 Part Ginger Root (dried or fresh), and a sprinkle of ground Black Pepper (dried). Strain & let tea cool to room temperature before adding to blender. 

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