Turmeric milk: During the Corona period the craze for turmeric milk is increasing in the world including India

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The world is now health-conscious at the time of the Corona epidemic. Instead of swallowing medicines to boost immunity, people are now protecting themselves from corona with home remedies that have been around for centuries. At that time, turmeric milk, which was always drunk in India, has now become the beverage of choice in the countries of the world. The term golden milk is used as a metaphor but the whole world suffers from golden milk due to its miraculous effect. White milk turns golden by adding turmeric to the milk.



Indians have been using white milk for health by making gold for centuries. This golden milk, which was once eaten under the grandmother's prescription, is now praised in modern health medicine. For Indians, turmeric milk has become golden milk for the people of Europe and America, whose popularity is steadily increasing. Now it is also being sold in many coffee shops. Turmeric is not new to Indians. Add it to almost every lentil and vegetable. Apart from this, many properties of turmeric have also been told in Ayurveda. Turmeric has become famous as an antioxidant and flammable. It works to cure infection and inflammation in the body.

Cancer, heart disease, has emerged in many kinds of research. In India, turmeric paste is the most widely used remedy for joint pain and bleeding. As the popularity of turmeric increases, it is also known that the elements present in it benefit the body. Some research has shown that turmeric contains antioxidants that help control anxiety, blood pressure, and digestive problems. Turmeric element found in turmeric is very beneficial for the nervous system. In many countries, turmeric is also drunk by mixing milk, sugar, and ginger.

However, some nutritionists believe that more research is needed to determine the effectiveness of Golden Milk. The world produces 1.1 million tonnes of turmeric every year along with India, China, Nigeria, Myanmar, Bangladesh, and India. India accounts for 5% of the total turmeric production in the world. India consumes most turmeric in the world. Turmeric is not only used in food but also in beauty products and anti-aging products. 10,200 tonnes of turmeric is traded in the world market, of which India exports more than 50,000 tonnes.