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Our turmeric is specially hand-picked and freshly dried; bursting in colour, taste, flavour and fragrance.

Our turmeric is specially hand-picked and freshly dried; bursting in colour, taste, flavour and fragrance.

Key Ingredients Explained
Turmeric

Turmeric

Countries such as India and Sri Lanka have long known about this yellow spice. Turmeric has been used for approximately 4000 years in cooking and as traditional medicine in India and other South Asian countries.
Where comes from?
Warriewood
Australian owned. Australian quality guarantee.

What is Turmeric Golden Milk for?

Creamy, rich and golden, Nature’s Way Superfoods Turmeric Golden Milk is based on traditional Ayurvedic method – a holistic, all-natural approach to health that has been practiced for thousands of years in India. Core to our recipe is the super-spice turmeric, a potent superfood naturally containing the active curcumin.

Our turmeric is specially hand-picked and freshly dried; bursting in colour, taste, flavour and fragrance. Combined with the creamy deliciousness of coconut milk powder, black pepper and gorgeous spices including ginger and cardamom. The result? A golden latte brimming with the amazing goodness of turmeric to help support your wellbeing and vitality. Your body is going to love every sip.

Who should use Turmeric Golden Milk?

Perfect for people who want more turmeric in their daily diet or who are simply looking for a little extra ‘spice’ to help support wellbeing and vitality.

Why should I use Turmeric Golden Milk?

Nature’s Way Superfoods Turmeric Golden Milk has a delicious creamy taste and boasts top-to-toe benefits so you can enjoy this good-for-you ancient drink anytime of the day.

Add 1 teaspoon (5g) to your choice of warm milk, add to smoothies for an exotic twist or mix with 250ml of hot water to make a tea.

WARNINGS: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight & heat. Do not use if tamper evident seal is broken or missing.

Turmeric Powder (50%), Coconut Milk Powder (44.5%), Natural Sweetener (Stevia), Xanthan Gum, Black Pepper Powder (0.1%), Cardamom Powder (0.05%), Ginger Powder (0.05%).

Under The Microscope
Turmeric

Turmeric

Countries such as India and Sri Lanka have long known about this yellow spice. Turmeric has been used for approximately 4000 years in cooking and as traditional medicine in India and other South Asian countries.