GOLDEN ELIXIR

November 11, 2012

Sweet golden milk, elixir of light … just wait until you taste this divine concoction. And so simple! 

Pour some of your favorite milk (almond, oat, coconut, dairy) in a pan and add to taste: 

*maple syrup

* tumeric

Optional: add a bit of butter or ghee. This makes it buttery and yummy and the fat will help slow down the metabolism of the sugars in the maple syrup. 

Heat the milk until it’s hot and then pour into a pretty tea cup. If you have flower essences on hand, add five drops of your favorite one for flower power. 

This is a simple yummy desert drink that is so good for the body. I tried it today for the first time on a whim (though I believe in India it has been prepared in a similar way as an Ayurvedic remedy for thousands of years); I’ve recently been adding tumeric to most anything I cook.

In Ayurvedic healing, tumeric is used for relieving stress, stabilizing blood sugar, aiding digestion, as an antinflammatory after injuries or surgeries, for elminating skin problems and in general preventing any kind of illness. It is said that if you want beautiful skin, eat tumeric daily, and if you eat tumeric when you’re pregnant your child will have gorgeous skin. 

How lovely that you can enjoy this beautiful sweet treat and know that you’re nourishing your body. 

If you try making this, let me know how you like it.  

AUTHOR: Katie CATEGORIES: yummy treats
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Alexis

It is snowing outside, so I figured it was the perfect time to try out your recipe. I made it with water, coconut cream concentrate, raw honey, tumeric, and a bit of pasture butter…it is delicious! I am a big fan of lotus wei products, thank you for the service that you provide for the world! 🙂

On a separate note, would you mind sharing where you got your training in flower essences? It is something I am interested in learning more about to incorporate into personalized, organic skincare products. I use your essences as a part of my daily skin care routine but I think it would be great to combine flower essences that would also address specific skin problems, as well as moods, through facial products, treating the person holistically .

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Katie

Oh my gosh – just seeing this comment! So sorry! Your recipe sounds amazing. I was trained in Spanish by an flower essence expert from Madrid, Spain. ; )

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Jeanna

Awesome website you have here but I was curious about if you knew of any discussion boards that cover the
same topics talked about here? I’d really like to be a part of group where I can get feedback
from other experienced people that share the same interest.
If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
Many thanks!

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Katie

Hi there! I’m not aware of any discussion boards, but you can ask anything on our fb page – there are lots of folks with lots of experience in the community.

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