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10 Amazing Health Benefits of Turmeric Milk and Best Way to Make It

Ever tried haldi doodh, if not then do try it once. Turmeric milk also known as golden milk offers many health benefits and has been recommended even by the doctors in this Covid-19 pandemic.

Abha Toppo
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Turmeric, also known as haldi, has much more to offer than it is generally known for... If we talk about its health benefits then it goes much beyond wound healing. Some of the most common health benefits associated with consumption or application of turmeric includes strengthening the immunity, curing wounds & improving virility. Besides being used as a spice, it is also used to make turmeric milk (also known as golden milk or haldi doodh), which is a desi energy drink recommended by our ancestors as a remedy for almost all possible ailments.

Turmeric Milk benefits for Skin and Health

Now let’s read about the numerous health benefits of golden milk or haldi doodh;

Turmeric milk boosts immunity and brain function

Drinking haldi doodh can help you in preventing several infections, cold, flu and other health problems. According to studies, turmeric milk can also improve brain function and increase memory.

It promotes heart health

Turmeric is good for your heart. The antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric can help in reducing the risk of heart strokes or diseases. Adding golden milk to your diet is a great way to protect your heart health.

Turmeric milk promotes Good Sleep

Another great advantage of turmeric milk is that it promotes good sleep. It produces amino acid - tryptophan therefore if you drink this milk at night before going to bed it will relax your body, calm the mood & promote an undisturbed sleep all night.

Fights inflammation

Turmeric contains curcumin that can help in controlling inflammation or swelling. Golden milk can help in controlling swelling or irritation. It is especially good for those with arthritis problem. It also gives relieve from joint pain and reduces pain and fatigue.

Turmeric milk helps in Weight loss

This healthy drink also helps lose weight! Turmeric has dietary fiber and if you consume milk with a pinch of haldi then it will prevent weight gain by helping you get rid of the extra fat accumulated in your body.

Haldi doodh is Good for skin

The antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties of golden milk also helps fight against ageing, skin problems, acne, scars and eczema. Drinking turmeric milk softens your skin, removes fine lines, lightens the scars or marks and helps your skin glow naturally.

It Controls blood sugar levels

Diabetic people should definitely drink turmeric milk as it is very good for them. Cinnamon is also added in golden milk that can help reduce blood sugar levels. But before drinking turmeric milk, it is better to consult your doctor who will tell you the right amount & method to drink it.

Can help in improving Mood

Consumption of haldi doodh also promotes better mood. It is said that curcumin can help improve your mood if consumed regularly.

Helps in digestion

As turmeric is rich in anti-inflammatory properties, it helps in providing relief from digestive issues like constipation, stomach ulcers, bloating, gas and diarrhoea. Therefore, drinking 1 glass of haldi doodh every day can provide relief to the stomach.

Turmeric purifies blood

Consumption of hot golden milk can purify your blood. Your body usually ingests & breaths in several bad toxins that can harm you in the long term.

Turmeric milk recipe

To make haldi doodh you may need just few ingredients. Check the easiest way to make turmeric milk at home:

Ingredients for turmeric milk:

  • some unsweetened milk

  • 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder

  • a pinch of black pepper

  • some grated ginger

  • 1 tablespoon honey


Put all these ingredients in a bowl, mix them properly and bring to a boil. After 10-15 minutes, strain the milk and add a pinch of cinnamon on it. Stir it. Your golden milk is ready!!!

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