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Golden milk turmeric tea

This spice could help your heart, ease arthritis pain, and relieve skin irritation from cancer treatments. Just stir it into a warmed jar of almond or coconut milk. Put a lid on it, and shake it until it’s good and frothy. Then, pour it into a cup and sprinkle it with bit of nutmeg. You can sweeten it with honey or sugar. But try it first. You may find it satisfying enough without sweetener.

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