At Tilray, we’re always on the lookout for new and interesting recipes, particularly during the fall (our favourite food season). One recipe we’ve recently become fond of isn’t a new recipe at all, but comes to us from the traditional Ayurvedic medicine of India. Golden Milk, as this warm drink is called, derives its beautiful colour from turmeric, a spice found in many cuisines throughout much of Asia. Turmeric not only provides a saffron-like hue but has traditionally been regarded as having many health benefits, such as aiding in relaxation. Modern medical scientists are currently investigating turmeric and the many health claims associated with it. In addition to turmeric, this recipe also features cinnamon, black pepper and ginger, each of these also rich in terpenes
. We’ve given the recipe a little update to create Cannabis Golden Milk with the use of Tilray Drops.
If you choose to add Tilray Drops to this recipe, we recommend our CBD Drops in particular. As always, if you’re new to cannabis extracts, the key is to start low and go slow. The recipe calls for 10 drops (or approximately 0.66 mL), which will yield approximately 10 mg of active cannabinoids per serving. (The recipe makes 4 servings.)
Take a break from pumpkin spice mania and enjoy a mug of this warming, spicy brew on a crisp autumn morning—you’ll be glad you did.
Cannabis Golden MilkIngredients
- 2 cups of coconut milk (dairy or your favourite nut milk all work in this recipe)
- 1 teaspoon turmeric
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- Pinch of black pepper
- A small piece of fresh ginger, peeled
- Pinch of cayenne pepper (optional)
- Honey, to taste
- Tilray Drops*
- Add all ingredients except the Tilray Drops and the honey to a blender.
- Puree until smooth.
- Strain the contents of the blender through a sieve into a small sauce pan and heat for 3-5 minutes over medium heat until the mixture comes to a simmer.
- Pour a half-cup serving and sweeten with honey to taste. If using, stir in 10 drops of Tilray Drops.*
*Before you start cooking with cannabis extracts, always determine the dose that is appropriate for you and adjust the recipe as needed. As appropriate dosage varies from person to person, it is important to speak to your physician to find out what is right for you.