Turmeric is great for arthritis, skin health, digestion, immune system and even cancer. In other words: Turmeric is more effective than many expensive drugs without creating negative side effects.
So, if you consume this turmeric-based paste (The Golden Paste), you will feel the amazing healing benefits of turmeric.
How to make The Golden Paste:
– ½ cup of turmeric powder
– 1 cup of spring water
– 1.5 tsp of ground black pepper
– 5 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil
Mix the water with turmeric powder in a pan. Heat it up slowly and stir for 6-10 minutes until you get a thick paste
Then add black pepper and oil, and continue stirring until all the ingredients are fully mixed in together.
Leave the mixture to cool. Then put it in a jar, and keep it refrigerated for 2 weeks.
How to Use The Golden Paste:
Consume 1/4 tsp of the paste, 2 to 3 times a day. You can also add the mixture to your salads and smoothies if you want.
The Golden Milk
The golden milk form is another fantastic way to get the best out of turmeric.
How to Make The Golden Milk:
– 1 teaspoon of organic coconut oil
– 1/4 teaspoon of turmeric paste
– 1 cup of almond milk
– Organic honey
Mix all the ingredients together on a medium heat except the honey. Do not allow it to boil. Add a bit of honey and drink when it’s cool enough.
Gillian B, a Holistic Health Coach, Author, Speaker and Yoga Teacher from Toronto, talked about her experience with The Golden Milk:
„I consumed this mixture for two weeks as a detox for my digestive system. Turmeric calms inflammation and is very detoxifying for the liver and gallbladder. I discovered that after my little experiment, my digestion was much better, without gas or bloating after eating. In addition, the whites of my eyes are much whiter“
Basic Facts about Turmeric:
First of all, we must know what is curcumin? – Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid, a part of turmeric that gives it its yellow color and is responsible for the amazing health benefits. The percentage of curcumin in turmeric depends on the type (medicinal or aromatic), the place where it was grown, and how it was processed.
Turmeric and Arthritis: A 2006 study has discovered that turmeric helps to reduce joint inflammation. Also, a 2012 study has given evidence that curcumin is more effective for rheumatoid arthritis than anti-inflammatory drugs.
Turmeric for Digestive Issues: Curcumin stimulates the gallbladder to produce more bile, which aids digestion. The German Commission E, a scientific advisory board equivalent to the FDA, approved turmeric for digestive problems.
Turmeric as First Aid: Turmeric can be used to treat wounds, cuts, rashes, bruises, insect bites, and swelling. A 2014 article in Life Sciences concluded that application of curcumin has a great therapeutic effect on skin wounds.