We think you are going to adore what we have in store for you today. This turmeric milk recipe is sure to enliven your spirit, and provide some incredible health benefits too.
The day I made this turmeric milk recipe my skin wasn't feeling it's best. Ok, I'll be honest, it was behaving terribly, and the change of weather, the transition into Fall, wasn't helping. At first I was simply enjoying how delicious, creamy, and spicy it tasted. This is certainly going to be my go-to beverage for Fall based on taste alone. Then something awesome happened. When I woke up the next morning my skin was miraculously improved. I was pleasantly surprised. What did I do? I made another batch of course. Then I sat in the Autumn morning sun and savored every drop. I couldn't help but think how delicious it would have tasted with some ice on those recently passed hot Summer days.
I hope you will enjoy this gorgeous beverage as much as I do. Turmeric is truly a miracle herb. Turmeric tea has been used for centuries because of its amazing anti-inflammatory properties. It is arguably one of the most powerful herbs on this beautiful planet when it comes to fighting, and even potentially reversing, disease. In fact, its healing properties are so astounding that there are now over 6,235 peer reviewed articles published proving the vast health benefits of this lovely golden herb.
One little warning, the turmeric does stain, so be careful and enjoy.
Turmeric Beauty Milk Recipe
Total Time: 5 minutes / Serves: 2
- Pour coconut milk and water into the saucepan and warm for 2 minutes
- Add in butter, raw honey and turmeric powder for another 2 minutes
- Stir and pour into glasses - We love to put it in the blender for a few seconds to create an extra creamy consistency before serving!
- Sprinkle with fresh cinnamon on top
Amazing Health Benefits of Turmeric
- Promotes a balanced mood
- Keeps inflammation at bay
- Helps wounds heal
- Relieves aches and discomfort
- Balances blood sugar
- Soothes irritated tissue
- Relieves stiff joints
- Regulates and balances cholesterol levels
- Soothes digestion
Here at Good Medicine, we believe in a whole body approach to health - and certainly to healthy radiant skin. When working to heal acne, rashes, inflammation and other skin ailments, we need to support our insides as much as our outsides. All of our beautiful parts are connected and our skin certainly lets us know when our insides are out of balance. This is truly a gift if we choose to listen.