25 responses to “Yogi Recipe: Golden Milk”

  1. Nourish Yourself with Turmeric Golden Milk Recipe | Kundalini Yoga + Bohemian Jewelry - Mantras & Miracles

    […] Recipe adapted from Spirit Voyage Recipe […]

  2. Nourish Yourself with Turmeric Golden Milk Recipe | Mantras and Miracles Yoga

    […] Recipe adapted from Spirit Voyage Recipe […]

  3. Breathe In… Breathe Out Health & Wellness: What to Drink

    […] of a warm drink. If you aren’t sure about trying herbal tea or hot water with lemon, try Golden Milk, which contains the antioxidant power of turmeric. Long used in Ayurveda (Indian medicine), this […]

  4. Kundalini Yoga Horoscope: February 24 – March 2 , 2014

    […] over joints and bones may prevail. Capricorn has dominion over these as well. Have you had any Golden Milk lately? A wonderful drink of turmeric and honey? Get some turmeric in your system (but not on your […]

  5. ST

    How much if using fresh turmeric root?

  6. Golden Milk | Kind Health

    […] If you want to make just one cup, you could follow this recipe. […]

  7. Bb

    Is it true that taking Tumeric on a daily basis be unsafe?

    1. Ramdesh Kaur

      While you might be able to take huge quantities and have that be not healthy, a reasonable amount of turmeric in the diet should not be unsafe.

  8. Kundalini Yoga for Healthy Joints

    […] Golden Milk can give your joints a boost – the turmeric which gives the Golden Milk its color helps the body to […]

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  11. Charity Miller

    Can i use another type of oil? i have been using sesame oil, and have been told about this recipe with coconut oil. i have been wondering if organic, virgin olive oil would be good also.

    thank so much

  12. Kundalini Yoga Horoscope: October 15-21, 2012

    […] are more susceptible to injury at this time. Have you had your turmeric (perhaps some freshly homemade golden milk) […]

  13. Marijuana and Kundalini Yoga

    […] Golden Milk- for repairing the nervous system […]

  14. Yogi Recipe: Golden Milk via @spiritvoyage | Honeybee Holistic

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  15. Cheng Siew

    It is difficult to find almond oil in Malaysia. May I know if it is compulsory to have almond oil or any replacement?

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  18. Karen

    As a vegan, I’m thinking almond and oat milk would be ideal – and I could make the whole thing in my non-dairy milk maker!

  19. The Vegan Experiment

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  20. Elly

    Thanks for sharing, it sounds wonderful! (I too can’t drink cow’s milk, so will use organic rice milk).

  21. Ramdesh Kaur

    Sat nam Josee,

    The answer there is yes and no. Ayurvedically speaking, cow milk is ideal. Milk warmed up with spices is the best way for the body to absorb calcium. Most of the anti-milk discussion comes from the fact that we drink cold, pasteurized milk in the US. Ayurvedically that’s a no-no. True, if you are having problems with too much mucus, Golden Milk might not be the thing for you at that moment. (Try Yogi Tea). If however you absolutely cannot use cow milk, use Organic nut milk or Organic Rice Milk. Soy Milk is not preferred for Golden Milk. The real treat of Golden Milk is in the Turmeric, which will lubricate your joints and balance your blood sugar and do just about everything else wonderful for your body!

    Hope this answers your question!

    Many blessings,
    Ramdesh Kaur

  22. Josée

    Can none dairy milk be used?

  23. Curing Jet Lag, Yoga

    […] Guru Ravi Kaur shared some Ayurvedic insight on jet lag, recommending drinking Golden Milk, one of Yogi Bhajan's all time favorite healing drinks. Click Here for the recipe and more […]

  24. FilipFilip

    This is just about the best drink ever…

    I think it even beats out hot chocolate, and requires no white sugar, because you only need to use about 1 Tbsp of honey per cup of milk to balance for optimal sweetness.

    Another trick is to even add some nutmeg, cinnamon, or a cardamon seed if you like. Just to mix it up a bit, but not required.


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