Golden Mylk Tonic

golden milk recipe with medicinal mushrooms

It seems golden mylk is all the buzz these days and for good reason! It’s loaded with this well researched spice called “Turmeric.” What makes this different from your typical golden mylk is a wonderful blend of turmeric, vanilla, cinnamon, black pepper, ginger, coconut oil and lion’s mane mushroom. The perfect blend if you ask us! Let’s get into the details of what makes this golden mylk sing!

Golden Mylk Tonic

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups coconut milk (Homemade is best)
  • 1 1/2 tsp  organic ground turmeric
  • 1 Tbsp freshly grated ginger
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 tsp Real Mushrooms Lion’s mane extract
  • Pinch ground black pepper
  • optional: sweetener of choice (raw honey, coconut nectar or stevia)

Instructions:

  1. To a small saucepan, add coconut milk, ground turmeric, grated ginger, cinnamon stick, coconut oil, black pepper, mushroom extracts
  2. Whisk to combine and warm over medium heat. Heat until hot but not boiling whisking frequently.
  3. Turn off heat and add sweetener to taste
  4. Serves 2 immediately and get glowing.

 

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Nettie Mueller

Nettie Mueller

My mission is to help others find a way to live in accordance with nature and their own unique mind-body ecosystem. Through Embodied Nutrition, herbalism, neuroscience and ecological therapy, I integrate the wisdom of plants, astrology, psychology and modern wellness principles to guide others to transform their health.Through the years I have been on a journey to understand the patterns of living holistically through cultivating a healthy relationship to food and how it is grown, the powerful medicine of nature, modern neuroscience, somatic practices, travel, land stewardship and the archetypal patterns of ancient sciences such as Astrology and Ayurveda.