Golden Turmeric Tea Paste | Marijuana and Migraines
First of all what is Golden Turmeric tea ?also known as golden milk? Since the genesis of golden milk is a combination of turmeric spice with coconut oil. Hence when mixed with hot water the tea gets the appearance of milk while really not a milk at all.
As a result of the original simple recipe Chronic Edibles has created a proprietary blend. In addition to the basic recipe we have now included turmeric , ginger , cinnamon ,cardamon, black pepper and coconut oil to enhance this great drink.
And what is it good for?
First of all Marijuana helps with pain relief, anxiety and Migraines and Golden Turmeric paste helps with Inflammation, Blood toxins and Migraine relief . Together they help a multitude of different ailments. Especially golden Tea, Marijuana and Migraines
How do I use Golden Turmeric Tea?
Recommend to start 2 teaspoons of paste and 2 cups of vanilla almond milk with a touch of honey to sweeten to your desire. Fantastic!!! Of course this can be changes to your desire and tolerance levels.
In 2006 a study found that a turmeric extract composed of curcuminoids (curcumin is the most investigated curcuminoid) blocked inflammatory pathways, effectively preventing the launch of a protein that triggers swelling and pain.Therefore with chronic diseases and inflammation at their core this helps alleviate some symptoms.
Hence even if you are lively and spry, you too may gain from an anti-inflammatory beverage like golden tea milk. Especially if you eat an inflammatory diet (high in processed foods, sugars, and/or grains).
What’s Gained By Enjoying Golden Turmeric Tea?
In Conclusion curcumin in turmeric has the properties to modulate genetic activity and expression — both by destroying cancer cells and by promoting healthy cell function.Therefore It also helps prevent the development of additional blood supply necessary for cancer cell growth.
Furthermore it’s tough to characterize “turmeric spice” simply only because it has so many wonderful and beneficial properties. That’s why the “spice of life,” as it’s coined in India, sums it up beautifully
*Please note we do not promote this as a cure all or even a medicine. We are simply sharing what we have found in research.