Turmeric Milk comes from Ayurvedic practices and medicine in Indian cultures and is nothing new to Eastern cultures. In fact, it’s been known as a “healing spice” and used to help anything from sore throats, colds, flus, and stomachaches to wound healing and treatment of abrasions and skin issues (due to it’s antibacterial and antimicrobial properties).Turmeric milk is not only high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, and healthy fats (especially when using coconut oil), but is also high in manganese and iron thanks to the turmeric. Traditional recipes include peppercorns that actually enhance the absorption of curcumin (the main component found in turmeric). The ingredients in this recipe actually work in a synergistic fashion and help enhance the nutritional value of each other
- 450 ml milk (no sugar added or soya milk)
- 05 gr ground turmeric
- 05 gr coconut oil
- 10 gr honey
- Grated ginger, black pepper
- Step 1: Simply pour all ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to a light boil.
Step 2: Whisk to combine ingredients.
Reduce heat to low and simmer for up to 10 minutes.
Enjoy warm is best!
Source: Nutrition Stripped