Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is one of my favourite herbs to work with in my herbal practice and I’m so excited to be bringing you this recipe. Not only is it an amazing anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, golden milk is also incredibly nourishing and delicious.
Turmeric’s flavor is most commonly compared to mustard, its growing style is the same as ginger. Though it won’t survive a cold winter, it can be grown indoors in a greenhouse year-round, or outside anywhere that temperatures don’t fall below 65 degrees for most of the year.
Got some aches or a sprain? Try using our all natural fomentation to cure your pains. It’s made using herbs from your kitche cabinet & works to relieve pain & inflammation too!
make this delicious tea to help your tummy out!
Did you know that a popular spice can be used to treat pain & inflammation? Used internally or topically, turmeric just may be more valuable than you think!
Turmeric, the golden goddess, is one of today’s most talked about spices. Why? Turmeric is a healing agent for abrasions, GI tract inflammation, aches, liver disorders, along with other ailments. Learn more about turmeric, its health benefits, and recipes to try out at home.