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11 Health Benefits Of Turmeric Milk aka Haldi Wala Doodh

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11 Health Benefits Of Turmeric Milk aka Haldi Wala Doodh

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Your grandmother, grandfather, mother, aunts, uncles, and everyone else were right about turmeric milk – it is magical after all! Now you’re curious to know how, eh? Read on to know the 11 health benefits of turmeric milk.

When I was young, really young, my mother used to force haldi wala doodh, or turmeric milk, down my throat. Yuck, yuck, phooey – that used to be my reaction. If I drink it today, that’s still my instinctive reaction (guess childhood habits don’t really go away), but the difference is, I will drink up the golden milk, and not quietly pour it down the drain when no one’s looking because now I understand the awesome health benefits of turmeric milk aka haldi doodh. Here’s why the West has come to love turmeric milk in the last few years. Before we begin, would you like a hot, creamy cup of turmeric latte?
  1. Turmeric milk for cough and cold  
The antimicrobial properties of turmeric give instant relief to a sore throat, cough, and cold. For dry cough, add ghee or ginger. 


2. Turmeric milk for joint pain and bone health  


Turmeric is a good source of calcium, and combined with milk, another good source, the effect is to strengthen bones, lower bone loss, and prevent osteoporosis. The anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric help treat swelling, pain, and inflammation due to arthritis. It also helps in making muscles and joints more flexible. 

3. Turmeric milk for digestive health  


Turmeric milk can treat stomach ulcers, colitis, diarrhoea, and indigestion. It improves intestinal health and prevents ulcers. In case of diarrhoea, use low-fat milk, as full-fat milk can aggravate it. It can also help fight irritable bowel syndrome.

4. Liver detox and blood purification 


Turmeric cleanses the lymphatic system, the body’s natural drainage structure. It detoxes the liver, which, in turn, helps detox the whole body. It is a blood purifier that improves blood circulation, and cleans the blood vessels of all impurities. It also detoxes the gallbladder. If you don’t know where to begin, then here’s a recipe to get you started.

5. Turmeric milk for respiratory health  


Turmeric has antiviral and antibacterial properties. It heats up your body, and helps with lung congestion and sinuses. It is also used to treat asthma and bronchitis. 

6. Turmeric milk for cancer  


Growth of cancer of the breast, prostate, colon, skin, and lung can be halted by the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric. It also reduces the side effects of chemotherapy. 

7. Turmeric milk for aches, pains, and menstrual cramps 


 Turmeric is called ‘natural aspirin’ in ayurveda. Because it is a great source of antioxidants, it relieves all sorts of swelling and pain, including headaches, especially those caused by congestion. Its antispasmodic properties help ease menstrual cramps as well. 


8. Turmeric milk for  immunity  


Turmeric boosts your immunity, and can help protect against diseases like hepatitis. It can also slow the growth of Alzheimer’s, and prevent recurring cold and cough. 

9. Turmeric milk for skin   


The antioxidants contained in both milk and turmeric fight free radicals in the body which cause ageing, among other things. Having turmeric milk will give your skin elasticity and glow. It also reduces skin redness and blotchy patches, and can fight eczema if consumed daily. 

10. Turmeric milk for sleep


 If taken an hour before going to bed, turmeric milk can help with insomnia. The serotonin and melatonin in the milk combined with tryptophan reduce stress and induce a peaceful sleep.

11. Turmeric milk for post-pregnancy 


 Turmeric milk is very effective for post-partum recovery, improved lactation, and faster contraction of the ovaries. 

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Turmeric milk, or golden milk, can also help with depression and Crohn’s disease. You may add peppercorns to the milk for the better absorption of turmeric in the body. Cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, or carom seeds (ajwain) can also be added for improved taste and better benefits. Always try and use organic turmeric sticks. If turmeric powder is used, it might have lesser efficiency because of the heat-generating grinding process. Overall, I’d say that turmeric is one of the best spices in the world. Click here to know why.



Keep in mind that turmeric is a blood-thinner, so those about to go in for surgery in a few weeks must avoid it. Diabetics should consume it only after consulting with their doctor. If you are vegan or lactose-intolerant, try coconut or almond milk and enjoy!

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