Haldi-doodh helps us keep warm and boosts immunity, which makes it a perfect drink for the winters
While the western world is talking much about 'turmeric latte', we already have a huge connection with the age-old 'haldi-wala doodh'
Other than adding to food while cooking, this root spice can be consumed in several other forms - haldi doodh, haldi tea, turmeric smoothie and more.
When coupled with warm milk, it makes for a super-drink at night for internal healing, especially during the winters.
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