Bohemian Magic Studios Presents
How to Make Golden Milk (Recipe)
and Other Witchy Cold Care Remedies
Hello My Magickal Beings!!
This video was filmed a few days after Thanksgiving in the midst of my horrible head cold. As crappy as I was feeling, I saw it as an opportunity to make this super informative video for any of you who may be currently nursing your own head cold as well. In this video, I will be showing you some of my favorite things that help comfort me during those days where I’m not feeling to great.
Some of these products include some doTerra Essential Oils. As I mention in the video I AM a DoTerra Wellness Advocate, so I am so fortunate to have access to their amazing oils and other products, which provide me some comfort during my crappy days.
Here are the Products in Today’s Video:
On Guard Oil and Softgels
Breathe Essential Oil Blend
Breathe Vapor Stick
Peppermint and Orage Lip balm
For anyone who uses EOs, but not sure about how much you are supposed to be using, here is the Recommended Amounts.
Here are links where you can buy my favorite common cold teas by Traditional Medicinals: (NOT affiliate links)
As for the Turkey Soup Recipe, if you are interested in that, maybe I can do a separate video, lol. Now let’s get to the magickal recipe I have decided to share in this video!
Golden milk is a Turmeric based latte, an Ayurvedic magickal elixir of sorts, which is said to support the immune system, mind and body. This is actually a NON-Dairy concoction, as it does NOT use actual milk from a cow. It is a blend of either coconut or almond milk, and contains oils, various spices, and obviously turmeric. There are many different ways to make it; I have come across a few floating around the internet, but this one is easy enough, and if you don’t have a certain ingredient on hand, you can always substitute it with something else. The most important thing is that you DO have your turmeric on hand.
Some things to note:
- Turmeric is best effective when used with healthy fats (coconut or olive oil).
- It is also best effective when combined with black pepper. These elements help the curcumin in the turmeric, release into your bloodstream.
- Also, turmeric DOES stain, so be careful and wear clothes you don’t mind getting splattered on, should your cooking session get a bit messy here 😛
- Here are some additional things to note before using Turmeric.
- 2 cups of coconut or almond milk (I’ve decided to use the almond milk in this video, because that is what I had on hand.)
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1 small fresh ginger root (peeled and minced) OR One Teaspoon of dried powdered ginger
- 1 Teaspoon of your turmeric
- 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 Dash of black ground pepper
- 1 teaspoon of honey
After everything is added, you will want to stir your mixture on low heat for 5 minutes, or until all of the spices, oils, honey, & milk are evenly combined and it becomes bright yellow in color. Poor into your cup, and top with more cinnamon or nutmeg to garnish.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe!
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