Turmeric Milk is now a regular on lots of cafe menus and is something many of us have added into our drinks repertoire. It has been around for a long time – a lot longer than modern culture would have us believe and its origins can be found in Ayurvedic practices.
Known as a healing spice and used to treat an array of ailments and conditions it is a spice that has long been used in Asian cooking. More recently it has been studied for its healing properties and if you search Google you will find a raft of research studies using this spice to fight, arthritis, cancer, depression, flatulance, skin conditions, generally boosting ones immune system and more. (Check out my blog post on 5 Lesser Known Uses of Turmeric here.)
So, this unassuming super spice is well worth considering adding it in to your daily diet and was another reason for the growing popularity of Turmeric Milk.
The I make this at home, I tend to use almond milk but any dairy or non dairy milk is fine – go with what you love!!