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Natural anti-inflammatory drink

Next time you want relief of aches, pains and stiffness, consider trying a natural anti-inflammatory drink using turmeric. 




Yogi Bhajan served it to us after 12+ hours of yogaand it truly worked like magic.






Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk (1 serving; suggest at least doubling it to enjoy the benefits of a few cups)


  • 1/8 tsp Turmeric (you can use raw turmeric root)










Boil water and turmeric in small saucepan over medium-high heat for 8 minutes (the turmeric must be fully cooked.)  


Meanwhile, bring milk and almond oil (if using) to boil point in a separate saucepan and remove from heat.

Combine the two mixtures and add honey to taste when the drink cools down. Never heat up honey.





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