Author Topic: Turmeric Paste (aka Golden Paste) Many useful health benefits.  (Read 2262 times)

silverb19

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I don't know how many of you are Facebook users, but if you are, and have a dog who is getting a bit stiff in the joints, Turmeric could help.  My dog is too young to suffer from something like Arthritis yet, but I still try to include it in her diet daily for its anti  cancer properties and as a preventative for problems normally associated with aging.  It's worth looking in on the Facebook 'Turmeric User Group UK', just to read the many miraculous stories posted by owners who have seen the effect this amazing spice can have on a large number of different ailments.  Turmeric is a spice which has has lots of scientific studies performed on it, so it's possible to verify most of the claims made for it.  It can also be used by humans.  Golden Paste is regarded as the best way to take Turmeric daily as a dietary supplement. It consists of Water, Turmeric, Black Pepper and Coconut/Olive Oil.

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I made golden paste for my dog when he pulled his shoulder muscle. As I made far too much I started having golden milk using rice milk in the mornings replacing a cup of tea. The turmeric does have to be cooked in water to make it go paste like before adding the coconut oil and black pepper.
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Turmeric  seems to be  good for our dogs and for humans. This web page shows various ways to give turmeric to dogs, including the recipe of golden paste http://turmericlife.com.au/turmeric-for-dogs/how-to-feed-turmeric-for-dogs/.
They recommend introduce turmeric gradually.

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You can add the tumeric golden paste directly to your dog's meals by mixing it with some water. Usually they don't mind the taste at all! Several sources have recommended to start with 1/4 to 1/2 tsp depending on the size of your dog. Tumeric leaves the body quickly, so it's best to feed smaller amounts a few times a day.

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I made my first batch of Golden Paste yesterday using the recipe on the Dogs Naturally magazine.  They advise that all ingredients should be organic and as I had no local shop to buy them from I had to order online. It was easy to make but the quantities are in cups so not quite as accurate as the one  here on the Raw Feeding Rebels website. I will probably use that recipe next time.

There is far too much as I have small dogs who only require 1/4 teaspoon per day so have divided it up and frozen the separate portions.  The girls have had their first dose today - the little one was not too keen on the taste and left a bit on the side of her bowl so I had to add water and some chicken to get her to finish it.  Hope that it is going to keep them all healthy and well.
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