Updated: Jun 17, 2021
Learn how to make Turmeric Paste to fully take advantage of the healing benefits of this powerful root.
This Turmeric paste is terrific to keep in the refrigerator for easy daily use. You can add this paste to curries, smoothies, or warm almond milk for a quick turmeric latte.
One of my favorite ways to drink this is to add it to steamed almond milk with a shot of espresso and a tiny bit of agave for a touch of sweetness. On the other hand, my husband hates the taste of turmeric, so I mix a teaspoon in a small shot glass with a tablespoon of almond milk for a quick shot so that he can get the benefits of the turmeric paste without the taste of it.
It is not a secret that golden turmeric milk is full of fantastic health benefits, and it is also known as an excellent natural remedy for numerous ailments. Studies show that the primary compound in turmeric, curcumin, is known to help reduce inflammation, reduce joint pain, prevent skin-related allergies and issues, and help our bodies with building stronger immune systems. Source
Turmeric is not only good for your health, but it is also excellent for your skin. Turmeric has excellent anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that help bacteria from spreading, therefore, fighting off acne. Turmeric has also been known to reduce dark circles, protect against sun damage & aging, and reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
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