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Golden Milk Recipe

Updated: Sep 10, 2021

The traditional Ayurvedic beverage is celebrated by the Kundalini Yoga community for its detoxifying, healing properties. Excellent for benefiting stiff joints and provides a source of lubrication for the entire system. It includes essential oils and turmeric, both vital ingredients to help you keep your flexibility and vitality. A wonderful anti-inflammatory.

Step 1: Make a turmeric paste.


  • 4 tbsp ground turmeric

  • 1 cup water

INSTRUCTIONS Add turmeric and water to a saucepan or skillet. Simmer and stir until it forms a yellow paste. Continue stirring once it starts to thicken so it does not burn. If it gets too thick, add a little more water. Note: Heating activates the healing qualities of the turmeric.

You can keep the paste refrigerated and use a few spoonfuls whenever you would like to make golden milk. (Do not store it in a plastic container or use plastic utensils, as the mixture will start to soften the plastic.)

Step 2: Make the milk.


  • 1 mug of milk of your choice. Cow, goat, almond, hemp, oat, macadamia, and soy are all great options.

  • 1/2 tsp turmeric paste, to your taste

  • 1 tbsp sesame or coconut oil, not the toasted kind

  • Honey, or other sweetener, to taste.

INSTRUCTIONS For each serving, combine all ingredients in a saucepan. Heat gently, just up to the boiling point. Use a whisk or beater to froth it up.

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