Here’s why the world’s media is in a froth about Golden Milk

The Good Life Letter 

23rd October 2016

You can always rely on The Guardian to go a little left field with its awards – this year it has chosen something called Golden Milk as its drink of 2016.

The images showed something that looked like an overly yellow latte with cinnamon sprinkles, all served in a trendy little glass cup – very modern, but also very mysterious – what on earth is Golden Milk?

I was intrigued to discover that this is actually an ancient Indian recipe which has been picked up by some of the London coffee shops and given a modern makeover.

What they are referring to is in fact turmeric infused hot milk, and it has got the hipster world buzzing from Sydney to San Francisco – or at least that’s what the Guardian tells us.

But is this modern version missing the point?

An Asian friend of mine tells me that his mother was a passionate believer in the power of turmeric and would have a cup of hot milk laced with the yellow spice every night, but with a few extra additions to really boost the health points.

Firstly, she made it with fresh coconut milk, then added raw honey and finally a drizzle of pepper oil before the all-important spice was whisked in. Now a drink like that would win my prize every year: it is virtually the Good Life Letter in a mug!

Since we began stocking a high grade turmeric and piperine supplement I have been amazed at how quickly we sell out.  It really does seem as though everyone has gone crazy for this gorgeous yellow spice.

In fact, we have had to ask the supplier to significantly increase the supply as we couldn’t keep up with demand – happily they have done just that so now we should be able to keep up with all the orders.

But I want to make sure that all of the natural wisdom around the healing powers of spices gets known as widely as possible, and that means looking to make a very natural source of turmeric available, and something else a little special with it.

That’s why I’ve put together one of our most remarkable discount packs ever – click here for details

What is all the fuss about?

One of the oldest and most widely used natural remedies as well as the principle constituent in a good curry, turmeric has really struck a chord with the UK public – and this has driven the media wild with unconfined joy!

Here are just a few examples of how the newspapers recently reported the healthy virtues of this amazing curry spice:

With such a frenzy of activity happening in the last five months it is no wonder that our supply of naturally produced turmeric supplement, that has a hint of black pepper in it for added efficacy, is flying off our shelves.

I’d written about turmeric many times before but had always struggled to find a source which I could recommend that allowed those who wanted a daily supplement to benefit from it.

A few months ago I finally found one. It comes from a small scale producer who gets all  their supplements from entirely natural sources – no chemistry sets in sight.

But since discovering them we’ve basically been selling everything they could produce as soon as we got it in, and as fast as they could produce more our eagle eyed readers bought it up – the temptation was to try to find someone else to meet demand, but there really isn’t anyone to compare to our preferred source.

You see the vast majority of suppliers use a cheaper version of curcumin rather than a full extract of turmeric, and that means you miss out on some of the overall benefits, such as:

  • Significantly reduce inflammation. This makes a huge difference in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and inflammatory bowel conditions.
  • Improve liver and gall bladder function. This can help reduce bloating, reflux and low energy as well as helping to deal with conditions directly affecting the liver and gall bladder.
  • Mood stabilisation. Turmeric and curcumin are known to be very effective anti-depressants, as well as able to boost energy levels and aid digestion.
  • Skin health. The spice can be applied directly to the skin for conditions such as eczema and ringworm; however, taken as a supplement it helps reduce the effects of ageing and reduce wrinkles.
  • Diabetes and metabolic balance. Because turmeric helps many systems to function better, reduce build up of toxins and stabilise irritated tissue it can help the body deal with endocrine issues such as diabetes and thyroid problems.

The good news now though is that by working with them we have been able to obtain a much more reliable line of supply, and that means that I can finally do something that I have wanted to do for ages.

Right now you can get three month’s supply of natural turmeric AND a copy of The Spice Healer for a massive discount – click here

Now that we have got a plentiful stock of turmeric to hand I thought it would be a good idea to celebrate it and offer something really special to anyone who felt let down by the shortages.

By combining the three pack of the supplement along with my book The Spice Healer I can make the whole package available with a major 30% discount – a saving of over £12 on buying them separately.

I really think that this is an offer worth shouting about.

One of the most revered and sought after natural remedies, available from ethical and traditional produced suppliers along with THE book for the spice enthusiast.

This could make a rather interesting and thoughtful gift for friends and relatives as well as a valuable addition to your own resources.

Grab a celebratory bargain – big savings and maximum benefits

Yours, as always


P.S. If you are already the proud owner of a copy of The Spice Healer may I congratulate you on your good fortune, but also say that the turmeric supplement is also available on its own here


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