The healing powers of turmeric are explained by the fact that the angry taste of this plant kills germs and parasites, destroys mucus deposits, fats, sticky toxins, promotes blood flow and complete metabolism.
To start, prepare turmeric paste this way:
- 40 gr turmeric powder,
- 100-150 ml of water.
Mix turmeric and water and place on the stove to boil the mixture. Cook for about 8 minutes until the contents thicken. Stir constantly. If the mixture is too thick, add some water. The mixture should resemble thick yogurt.
During this time, prepare the milk:
250 ml milk, 2 tablespoons (40 ml) of crude (unrefined) almond oil (optional), honey to taste.
Boil the milk and add almond oil (if desired). Remove from heat and pour into a cup. Add 1 teaspoon of prepared turmeric paste. Sweeten the honey to your liking.
You can prepare turmeric paste in bulk and for a longer period. It keeps its properties in the frozen state for 40 days. Store the paste in the refrigerator. Add the finished paste to hot milk with 1 teaspoon, along with honey and vegetable oil (if desired).
Important! Those who have gallbladder problems: Better not take the risk because turmeric has a diuretic effect.
What Does Turmeric Cure?
Modern science, like traditional medicine, highly appreciates this medicinal plant. Yellow alkaloid curcumin is the main active ingredient in the plant. The healing powers of turmeric is explained by the fact that the angry taste of this plant kills germs and parasites, destroys mucus deposits, fats, sticky toxins, promotes blood flow and complete metabolism. The bitter taste is the best remedy for poisoning, fever, inflammation, blood and skin diseases.
The daily dose of vitamins in one glass: Green smut you’ll love to drink
It also removes precipitates and sticky toxins, ulcers, fat, sweat, pus, itching, cleanses breast milk, uterus and liver.
Turmeric can be obtained from any well-stocked grocery store, as a stand-alone spice or as a curry spice.