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Golden milk recipe and effect

Golden milk recipe and effect

Golden milk consists of ginger and other valuable spices. It is an exotic drink and has a long history. It is bright orange-yellow and is part of Indian cuisine.


  • What is golden milk?

  • What are the benefits of golden milk?

  • What are the side effects of golden milk?

  • How can I make Golden Milk at home?


golden milk

The golden milk has been considered healing, stimulating and cleansing for centuries. The valuable ingredients such as ginger and other spices warm the body and support the immune system. Golden Milk, also known as "turmeric latte", is not just a trendy drink. It comes from the Ayurvedic tradition, the ancient Indian teachings on life and health. By the way, in Sanskrit, the oldest language in the world, they are called Haldi Doodh. Golden milk is an exotic drink with a long history, full of rich aroma and bright orange-yellow color. It has been part of Indian cuisine for centuries and is considered anti-inflammatory in Far Eastern medicine. One of its main ingredients is turmeric, also known as the spice of life or turmeric. Turmeric root contains up to 5% essential oils and up to 5% the natural coloring agent curcumin.

What are the benefits of golden milk?

Golden milk helps with the following diseases:

  • overweight
  • acne
  • arthrosis
  • bronchitis
  • celiac disease
  • cystitis

Golden milk also has an antioxidant effect and thus prevents premature skin aging. It helps with indigestion and insomnia. Golden milk strengthens the immune system and is very important for detoxification. In addition, golden milk has a stimulating effect similar to coffee and thus ensures good digestion and supports our memory performance.

Golden milk has an antioxidant effect and helps to strengthen the immune system. It helps alleviate the symptoms of a wide range of diseases. Golden milk is also stimulating and has similar effects on the body as coffee.

What are the side effects of golden milk?

Of course, incompatibilities can also arise with any product. For example, people with bile problems or blood clotting disorders should avoid turmeric latte. Ginger should also not be consumed during pregnancy, as it promotes contractions. Otherwise, what is not good for you should be left out!

How can I make Golden Milk at home?

You can get a golden milk/turmeric latte in almost every café these days. What an excellent thing to have on the go! But there is another way. It's also easy to make fresh and homemade at home. There are several ways to make your own golden milk. We will show you the production in various powders, pastes, mixing pots, Thermomix and the use of fresh turmeric.

3 super easy recipes for golden milk

Recipe number 1

There are many different ways and ways to prepare golden milk. We are now going to share with you 3 quick and easy recipes on how to make Golden Milk.

20 grams of ginger

20 g turmeric root

0.5 L (1.5% fat) milk

cinnamon powder

5 black peppercorns

4 crushed cardamom pods

1 cinnamon stick

2 tsp runny honey




Grate ginger and turmeric root (if turmeric root is not available, use 1 tsp ground turmeric instead). In a saucepan, slowly heat milk (or unsweetened plant-based drink), but do not bring to a boil. Remove from heat, add spices and let stand for about 30 minutes. Then heat it up again (to drinking temperature) and pour the milk through a sieve into a cup. Sweeten with a little honey if you like and sprinkle with cinnamon.

Recipe number 2

-A piece of ginger (the more you use, the sharper the flavor will be)

-a piece of turmeric or a tablespoon of turmeric powder

-1/2 tsp coconut oil

-1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper

-1/4 tsp cinnamon

-300 ml plant milk (here for example homemade almond milk or our almond milk concentrate from Uandu)

-For sweet dates or agave syrup add 1 tsp

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Traditionally, turmeric paste is first made from ingredients and then stirred into milk. However, this is more complicated and not essential. How to do it faster:

Put the ingredients in a blender and blend until you get a good consistency. If the consistency is not good enough, pass the turmeric milk through a fine sieve. If you want to preserve as many nutrients as possible and prefer golden raw milk, your drink is now ready. If you like hot milk, do the following:

Put the milk in a saucepan and heat briefly. Simmer the golden milk over low heat for two minutes. You can froth turmeric milk with a milk frother if you like. If the taste is too unusual for you, you can try using less turmeric and ginger

Recipe number 3

  • 250 ml Zerixir-Golden Milk almond milk or a plant-based alternative of your choice
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • Pinch of freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tsp coconut oil (if desired)
  • To sweeten and season as needed: some honey, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla etc.


  1. Heat the milk, add all the ingredients and mix well with a whisk. If you don't like the addition of coconut oil, don't add it.
  2. Now add honey, cinnamon or any additional extras of your choice if you like.
  3. Enjoy the warmth.

There are many recipes for golden milk and depending on your taste, it can taste good or taste less good. As detailed above, there are many other recipes. Our high quality product and ready mix Zerixir-Golden Milk is a source of antioxidants, has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps with memory loss. It is a ready powder and very easy to make. Golden milk is prepared very simply and traditionally by heating cow or herbal milk and mixing in the powder. Delicious and healthy. Put this on your must try list!