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This Is What Happens When You Start Drinking Turmeric Milk

June 28, 2016

 

Turmeric milk is a traditional Indian and Ayurvedic beverage that is usually taken before bed. Basically, it’s just like when people in Western countries drink a glass of “regular” milk before bedtime. The popularity of this golden drink has increased significantly over the last few years, and it’s for good reason. Turmeric milk is associated with a wide spectrum of health benefits and does wonders for your skin.

 

How to make turmeric milk

Before you find out all the amazing benefits of turmeric milk, here are simple instructions for how to make it.

 

Ingredients:

  • Organic coconut oil – 1 tsp

  • Turmeric paste – ¼ tsp

  • Almond milk (or any milk of your choice) – 1 cup

  • Honey to taste

Instructions:

  • Mix all ingredients except for the honey in a saucepan over medium heat, but don’t allow the mixture to boil.

  • Remove the milk from the heat.

  • Add honey to taste.

  • Let it cool and drink up.

 

What you can expect when drinking turmeric milk

 

People who have already tried this milk report smoother digestion along with no more gas or bloating after eating. The milk also can cause the whites of the eyes to become whiter.

 

Other users report significant relief in arthritis pain. This is particularly useful if we take into account the fact that millions of people suffer from arthritis pain that significantly affects their mobility and overall quality of life.

 

That’s not all — women who drink turmeric milk regularly report a healthy complexion. Turmeric milk is rich in antioxidants, thus destroying free radicals and preventing damage to the skin. It banishes dull complexion and restores a healthy glow. If you have eczema, you should try drinking this powerful beverage every day. There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests the beneficial impacts of turmeric on skin health. The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology published a study conducted by Kaur C.D. of the Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur in India wherein it was discovered that turmeric helps skin recuperate after ultraviolet radiation-induced damage.

 

Health benefits of turmeric milk

 

Now that you know how to make turmeric milk and what you can expect when drinking it based on experiences of others who’ve tried the milk, you already have an idea of what health benefits it’s linked with. There are numerous health benefits, such as:

 

It attacks bacterial and viral infections. This is why it’s excellent for relieving illnesses related to the respiratory system.

 

The milk prevents or slows down the progression of breast cancer, skin and lung cancer, prostate and colon cancers, etc. due to its anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Its anti-inflammatory properties are beneficial for managing arthritis and stomach ulcers.

 

Turmeric milk is considered one of the best natural remedies for cold and cough due to its antiviral and antibacterial properties.

 

The golden milk provides relief from aches and pains.

 

It’s a potent antioxidant.

 

In Ayurvedic tradition, turmeric milk is considered a valuable blood purifier and cleanser. It revitalizes and boosts blood circulation.

 

The milk is a natural liver detoxifier.

 

Milk is a great source of calcium, which is necessary for healthy and strong bones.

 

It is a powerful antiseptic, thus promoting intestinal health.

 

It successfully relieves menstrual cramps.

 

It helps break down dietary fats, therefore aiding healthy weight management.

 

Warm turmeric milk produces tryptophan, an amino acid which induces a peaceful sleep.

 

Conclusion

 

Turmeric has been used for its medical properties for centuries. If you have never tried turmeric milk, this article should give you a few reasons to try it out. Regular consumption of this milk not only improves your health, but it also enhances your natural beauty by taking care of your skin at the same time.

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