I’m currently watching Harry Potter and sipping on a hot cup of Turmeric Golden Mylk. Autocorrect always tries to turn mylk into milk, whats up with that? Back to Golden Mylk. I feel like it’s everywhere now. And for good reasons!
G O L D E N M Y L K
From what I understand, golden mylk is normally a mixture of turmeric, cinnamon, pepper, and other spices mixed into, you guessed it, mylk. I like mine best in coconut or cashew personally, though any does the trick! You can make it on your own, or, if you can buy a pre-made version. We just tried the Botanica mix and it raises the bar. Why, you ask? Well, let me tell you. Botanica’s Golden Mylk is:
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Soy Free
- Sugar Free
- Vegan — obviously… you didn’t forget what blog you were reading, did you? 😉
rich history in Ayurvedic medicine
One of the things I love most about golden mylk is that its packed full of turmeric, Botanica’s is no exception.. I have an auto-immune disease, and for me, turmeric is a game changer. Whenever I feel a flare coming, I make sure to supercharge my turmeric intake and it seems to keep things under control. Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that help manage my inflammation. I’m pretty sure that it’s thanks to Turmeric that I’ve been able to limit my use of the medication that was causing so many negative side-effects.
What am I supposed to do with it?
While the most common way to use this spice blend is probably in a cup with hot mylk, there are definitely other ways! If you’re craving turmeric, but not something hot, you can serve it on ice. If you’re feeling a little more creative and want to give your smoothies a boost, it’s a great way to incorporate this hella powerful anti-inflammatory blend. Whatever works for you, do that!
There are a lot of other brilliant benefits to including golden mylk in your diet. Turmeric may help also help with digestion. If you have a headache, it may also help with that. It’s certainly worth a shot!
Recipe: Turmeric Golden Mylk Smoothie Bowl
Place the items below in a high speed blender, blend, and enjoy!
- 1 cup cashew milk
- 1 tsp Botanica Turmeric Golden Mylk
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 cup frozen mangos
Click the link to try Botanica Turmeric Golden Mylk for yourself.
A big thank you to Botanica for sponsoring this post. Turmeric has been a regular part of our diet for years. We’re happy to share our thoughts with you! As always, they are honest and they are our own.
I have never heard about turmeric mylk, I make my own by using coconut milk, powered turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger, honey to taste.
Very delish! I’ll have to look for this.
Turmeric golden mylk is a great way to get everything you need in one easy container. There’s even a little black pepper in there to help with absorption 🙂