Saturday, 23 April 2016

The Golden Drink – Turmeric Effect

Turmeric, the one of the highly beneficial species used in Indian cooking. The various research studies shows proven health benefits of Turmeric. This shapeless ancient root can be found as one of the key elements in Ayurveda. Let’s see some of the benefits of Turmeric and the best way to consume it.

The anti-oxidant property in Turmeric helps to strengthening the immunity system in human which leads to natural healing. The chemical composite known as curcumin presents in Turmeric is the reason for all the health benefits. This is the component which makes Turmeric very special.

One of the best ways to consume Turmeric in our food is adding it with Milk which makes the Golden Drink. Naturally, drinking milk is good for health. When we add the Turmeric with milk, it helps to get all the benefits from this wonderful root. The curcumin in Turmeric has the property to absorb the fat tissues in our body. When we drink milk with Turmeric, it helps curcumin to reach out these fat tissues easily to absorb them. We need to be cautious while adding Turmeric, having pinch of turmeric with large glass of milk is good, but not more than that. It is advisable to have this with proper guidance.

Golden Drink – Health Benefits:

It helps to keep our skin out of infections, prevents allergies.

It keeps our bones strong to avoid any joint issues leading to Arthritis.

It has anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties which keeps our immune system strong.

The internal healing property of Turmeric helps speedy recovery of wounds, especially post surgery.

Having milk at night gives us good sleep, when turmeric added it becomes health tonic.

Add black pepper in this Golden drink to get double benefits.

It has good effect on curing depression as well.

Let's start adding this natural medicine in our food to get the benefits in the long run, Happy Living....

28 comments:

Beatrice Euphemie said...

I have been wanting to try to incorporate tumeric into my diet and this sounds like the perfect way. I always have a glass of milk before bedtime....Thank you for sharing!

Valerie-Jael said...

Great advice, thanks, I will try it out. Have a nice weekend, Valerie

Suza said...

very interesting. I think I will try it.
best
susa

Olga Hebert said...

I am all for natural remedies, whole foods cooked at home, and natural cleaning products. I also love turmeric, being a curry fan.

Gail said...

Good to know. I'm not a big milk drinker. Does it taste strong? I'm not familiar with the use of the ingredient.

JoJo said...

I have been seeing a lot about turmeric the past few months. But I'm reluctant to try it b/c I just cannot stand the smell of Indian food and curries, and I am afraid that it's probably the turmeric I smell. I get instantly nauseous and headachy when I smell Indian food. I've thought about getting it in capsule/supplement form so that I can't taste it.

baili said...

interesting and informative ,thanx for sharing ,i cannot imagine my kitchen without turmeric

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

I have been using this for the last 5 years. I cannot drink
milk so I take it in pill form everyday. My Doctor is pleased that I take this also.

Thanks so much for the information.
Have a great day.

Mary

Christine said...

that drink sounds interesting! Thanks for the tip.

Beauty Unearthly said...

Really interesting post...thx for sharing! xx

Eggs In My Pocket said...

What a wonderful informative post. I now am going to try this spice.

bj said...

i've heard of this before...good for you.

bj said...

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Lowcarb team member said...

Tumeric has a lot of benefits ...

All the best Jan

Endah Murniyati said...

Thanks for the information. I grows turmeric on my home garden, and I usually use fresh turmeric root for medical purposes or cooking

Maddalena Mariotti said...

Nice photos!
Love your blog! I am a new follower <3

abrianna said...

I cook with turmeric quite a bit. It is one of my favorite spices.

Al said...

I've never thought about drinking it with milk, but it makes sense.

Rama Ananth said...

everything mentioned here is true, Turmeric is indeed a wonderful, natural drug, a sure cure for almost anything.

Amanda Mércuri said...

Nem tanto! hehehe!

Bem interessante. Não conhecia...

Ótima terça!

Beijo! ^^

Haddock said...

I was always worried about that qty part.
Now I know.
They say its good when we have chest congestion.

Mo said...

Always in my spice cupboard.

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Vision By Mila said...

I don't use this much in my cooking.. maybe I should!

Sangay Cholden said...

Interesting!

Theresa Mahoney said...

It's a really wonderful natural food dye too!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Turmeric has been a long time favourite WW, haven't tried it in milk though.. might have to give that a whirl :)

Joyful said...

I bought turmeric spice but have yet to use it on regular basis. I've learned is good for arthritis pain which is why I bought it. I need to get with it!

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