| Kelly Wilson

OWL Turkey Bone Broth Elixir: What’s in it, why we love it, and how to use it.

Call us cliché, but we can’t get enough turkey broth this time of the year. Just one sip reminds of all the delicious food we’ll be eating next Thursday… Mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, sweet potatoes, stuffing, cranberries, brussel sprouts, pumpkin pie, and—of course—turkey.

Because we can’t seem to steer our thoughts away from the upcoming holiday, today we’re talking all about TURKEY… specifically, the OWL Turkey Bone Broth Elixir. This broth is one of our customer favorites, and not only because it tastes like the holiday season in a mug.

Keep reading to find out what makes our turkey bone broth elixir so unique, the benefits of the medicinal herbs we include in our recipe, and our favorite way to cook with turkey broth this season!

All About Our Turkey Bone Broth Elixir

A recent review from an OWL customer says it best…

“One of my best decisions ever was talking with Lindsey about my stomach issues and being introduced to all things OWL. All of the broths are wonderful and super beneficial, but this Turkey Bone Broth tastes like the holidays. It soothes my gut and the ritual of drinking it soothes me emotionally too. :)” - Lisa M.

Our turkey bone broth is comforting, delicious, and healing.

We mineralize all of our broths with apple cider vinegar and simmer for over 24 hours with healing herbs, roots, and vegetables sourced from local farms. As a result, all of our broths offer a wide range of benefits including improved digestion, reduced inflammation, and more.

While all of our bone broth elixirs promote gut health, they each have their own unique health benefits to offer because the ingredients vary from recipe to recipe. Not only do we use different bones, we also customize the herbs, roots, and veggies. This is why we recommend our customers include all of our broths in their diet (if possible)!

So what makes our turkey bone broth elixir so special?

Two words…

Ginger and Sage.

Let’s talk about ginger first… Ginger is one of the world’s healthiest foods, and its benefits have been observed for centuries! Historically, ginger was commonly used to alleviate nausea and vomiting, which we now know is thanks to gingerol, a chemical compound found in ginger that has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Ginger is known for the following health benefits:

  • It relieves nausea.
  • It prevents seasickness.
  • It treats indigestion.
  • It can reduce menstrual cramps.
  • It may support memory and improve brain function.
  • It can fight infections.
  • It can alleviate joint pain.Now on to sage!

Now on to sage! Like ginger, sage is loaded with antioxidants. While sage is commonly burned as a natural cleansing agent, it also has many valuable benefits when consumed. Not only is this herb a great source of vitamin K, it contains magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E. Even better, sage contains chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, rosmarinic acid, ellagic acid and rutin, which have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.

Sage is known for the following health benefits:

  • It may improve brain function.
  • It can lower risk of cancer.
  • It may support memory and improve brain health.
  • It may lower HDL cholesterol levels.
  • It can alleviate diarrhea.
  • It supports oral health.
  • It may reduce blood sugar levels.

The gist:

Because we include ginger and sage in our recipe, the OWL Turkey Bone Broth Elixir contains antioxidants that support memory, improve brain brain health, and treat chronic indigestion! And that’s in addition to all the other benefits of bone broth.

Our Favorite Thanksgiving Recipe

We know you probably already have an arsenal of favorite dishes to make for Thanksgiving dinner so the real question is…

What will you do with all your turkey leftovers?

Easy! Whip up this delicious, low FODMAP, gluten-free soup recipe. It’s good for 3-4 servings… perfect for two people or a couple days of meals. Or you can double the recipe and invite some friends over for a post-Thanksgiving feast!

Anti-inflammatory Turkey Soup


2 cups leftover turkey (cubed or shredded)
16 oz (1 jar) OWL Turkey Bone Broth Elixir
16 oz water
2 medium carrots, peeled and chopped
1 stalk of celery, chopped
Juice from half a lemon
1/4 cup fresh parsley

2 tablespoons green onion (tips only)
1 teaspoon dried thyme
2 teaspoons fresh grated ginger
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper

Heat olive oil in a large pot. Add celery, carrot, and green onion. Sauté over medium heat for five minutes.
Add turkey, ginger, parsley, thyme, turkey bone broth elixir, and water. Stir.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Add lemon juice.
Cover and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes.

Give this recipe a try, take a photo of the beautiful results, and don’t forget to tag @owlvenice!

Make This Holiday Season The Best Yet!


As a big THANK YOU to our incredible customers, we’re giving away a selection of OWL products (broth, skincare, and a candle), valued at $200!

How to enter:

Step 1: Leave us a review on Google, Yelp, or our website.
Step 2: Take a screenshot and email it to info@owlvenice.com.

Every new review is a new entry, so don’t be shy!

Giveaway closes at 11:59pm PST on November 27, so be sure to get your reviews in before Thanksgiving Day! We will contact the winner via email.


For a guide on making your own bone broth and more creative dishes to prepare this holiday season, snag a copy of the OWL Lifestyle Guide & Recipe e-Book (available here). Along with some of our favorite recipes, our e-Book also includes rituals for self-care and wellness so you can feel good inside and out.


We’re not going to lie… This time of year can be hard. Especially for those who are living away from family. This is exactly why we’ve created our own family here at OWL!

Come join us!

We have a lineup of awesome events this season where you can learn new skills, express your creativity, and meet like-minded people.

You can find all of our upcoming events here, and we’re always sharing what’s going on at the OWL HQ on Instagram and in our newsletter (to sign up, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page).

We hope we have the chance to meet you soon!

In health,
The OWL Family