Turmeric Golden Paste Recipe

Turmeric Golden Paste Recipe

Turmeric Golden Paste Recipe benefits

Turmeric Golden Paste Recipe Health Benefits;    

Key Ingredients are Loaded With Antioxidants. …

May Help Reduce Inflammation and Joint Pain. …

May Improve Memory and Brain Function. …

Curcumin in Turmeric May Improve Mood. …

Could Protect Against Heart Disease. …

Lowers Blood Sugar Levels. …

May Reduce Your Risk of Cancer….

Antibacterial, Antiviral and Antifungal Properties May Boost Immunity…

Ginger and Turmeric May Improve Digestion…….

Calcium and Vitamin D Contribute to Stronger Bones

Golden milk may contribute to a strong skeleton.

Both cow’s and enriched plant milks are generally rich in calcium and vitamin D — two nutrients essential for building and maintaining strong bones



1/2 cup turmeric powder (125 mls) – Use organic powder.
1 cup water (250 mls) or a bit more to get desired paste consistency
1 teaspoons ground black pepper (7.5 mls) (or even 1/2 tsp. if pepper is too irritating)
And it doesn’t take much. Even just a little pinch of black pepper –

1/20th of a teaspoon – can significantly boost levels.

1/4 cup (70 ml) un-refined RAW Coconut oil – enhances the bio-availability of curcumin another seven
to eight-fold
Consuming Tumeric with fat curcumin, this way can be directly absorbed into the bloodstream through the lymphatic.
system thereby partially bypassing the liver.
Add turmeric to water in a pan. Heat gently along with stirring. Do this till you get a thick paste,
approximately 6 to 10 min. Adjust thickness by adding some water or adding a bit more turmeric.
Finally, add the pepper and oil. Keep stirring to ensure that all ingredients are mixed properly. Allow it to
Bottle in clean jar with tight-fitting lid and refrigerate it for 4-5 weeks or more. (Antimicrobial Un-refined,
virgin Coconut oil will help keep it from spoiling sooner). This will ensure you can make it once and use
for days.


1.) Take half a baby spoonful (~ 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon) and chase it with water…all done! It’s one very
popular way if you don’t like the taste (over quickly, no fuss or bother) and my favorite to spread it out
through the day. One teaspoon is equal to ~2,000 mg. Best to take smaller quantities 3-4 times per day,
especially if battling chronic neuro-degenerative, cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, autoimmune
diseases, or cancer.
2.) Turmeric honey. Some may not like turmeric paste’s taste by itself. Adding good quality honey makes
the job easy. Raw honey has its own health benefits. Adding raw honey to paste enhances its already
existing health benefits. Just mix the paste with honey (to desired taste)
3.) Add to warm or cold milk. Golden turmeric milk is one of the most popular ways to take turmeric daily.
Turmeric milk is extremely popular in Asian countries. With a dairy allergy, I use almond milk or make my
own coconut milk as dairy is inflammatory and congestive.Simply add some turmeric paste in your milk
and drink it.
4.) Add to meat dishes and hot soups. Simply add a dollop of golden paste. I’ve found I can ‘hide’ it in
dishes with other stronger flavors.
5.) Add to smoothies. There’s no limit to innovations you can do here. Experiment. Add turmeric golden
paste to all kinds of smoothies and make your favorite ones even healthier.
6.) Add it to rice. Turmeric golden paste can easily be added to rice. You can add 1 or more teaspoons
after you have cooked the rice while still warm which enables smooth mixing.
7.) Turmeric tea. You can add 1/4 teaspoon turmeric golden paste to a hot cup of already-brewed tea,
add honey, maybe a splash of almond milk, and your quick turmeric tea is ready. The taste and texture
may not seem like a “normal tea” as it has black pepper and oils …


Ground Turmeric: 1 teaspoon (2,000 mg. or 2 grams)According to the traditional medical community,
2,000 mg. is the maximum amount of standardized turmeric curcumin you should take per day, yet
multiple studies used up to 8,000 mg. without toxicity, if that tells you anything. Cancer would be one
situation where more would be used.
When cooking with turmeric powder, the University of Maryland recommends consuming up to 3 grams.

One teaspoon is equal to ~2,000 mg.

1½ teaspoons of ground turmeric powder is ~3,000 mg.

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