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This milk gives good relief from cold , dry cough and sore throat .
Turmeric have lot of medicinal values . It reduces congestion in chest , good for digestion , menstural disorders .Read here to know more about turmeric . Pepper also have many medicinal values . When added with turmeric , it enhances its potency .to know more about pepper , read here .


Peppercorns -- 5
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Panagarkandu / sugar crystals from palm fruit -- 1 tsp


1)Crush peppercorns . Add turmeric powder , panagarkandu and crushed pepper to a glass or cup of warm milk and mix it well .

2) Leave it for some 5-10 minutes till the pepper gets soaked well with the milk.

3) Warm a little before drinking . Only warm milk will give you better result.

Sending this to Ruchikacooks Home made Remedies initially started at A2Zvegetariancuisine


Priya Suresh said…
Wow fantastic remedy..
Tina said…
Sounds healthy and delicious...
Nithu Bala said…
Hey, I too posted similar milk today..perfect for cold and cough..neatly captured:-)
Menaga Sathia said…
healthy & nice one...
Sarah Naveen said…
Healthy and yummy!!!
Finla said…
Wowo this is what i call really healthy.
Unknown said…
Healthy milk.. looks perfect/..
Simplyfood said…
This milk is well known for its medicinal properties Turmeric acts as an antibiotic also.Good remedy.
Gita Jaishankar said…
Good one Shama...milk looks so warming dear :)
Trupti said…
milk looks delicios..yummy yummy
Ms.Chitchat said…
A very good home remedy for colds and coughs. Thanks for the tip.
good one Shama. have heard a lot about the goodness of this potion in movies. nice to know about it. thanks for sharing.
Thanks Shama. Amma made these when we had cold as kids..
Laavanya said…
This is a staple at home when anyone gets a cold or has sore throat..
PS said…
nice and warming milk..
Raks said…
Nice entry for the event,I love this when I have cold!
Rekha shoban said…
i often drink this milk...its really gud one for cold.
Nandinis food said…
Sushma Mallya said…
Nice home remedy, very useful...
good one Shama! I used to do this everytime my hubby has cold..
AnuSriram said…
Looks inviting! Good remedy for cough and cold as well...
Panchpakwan said…
Very useful remedy.. Thanx for sharing..:)
cool recipe..looks easy and interesting...great remedy for cough and throat congestion
Unknown said…
good one..thanks for sharing..

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