Golden Paste Recipe

//Golden Paste Recipe

Various studies have shown the benefits of turmeric and the compound curcumin that it contains (for more information check out “Turmeric For Dogs: 5 Surprising Health Benefits” at Dogs Naturally Magazine). These benefits include:

  • As anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant

  • Arthritis pain

  • Gastrointestinal disorders

  • Protects liver from toxins

  • Can help treat and prevent cancer

The good news is that it’s really easy to make a turmeric-based paste called Golden Paste that makes it easy to give your dog a dose of turmeric, with all the potential health benefits that can bring.


Preparation Time: 5 mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins


• 2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
• 1/3 cup organic cold pressed coconut oil
• 1/2 cup organic turmeric powder
1-3 cups Water




1 Add the turmeric powder and one cup of water to a saucepan
2 Place the saucepan over low heat and stir the mixture for 7 -10 minutes, adding water when the mixture thickens too much and tends to stick to the bottom of the saucepan. The mixture should be a yoghurt thickness.
3 Take the saucepan off the heat, add the black pepper and coconut oil, and stir well.
4 Allow the mixture to cool in the saucepan, and then transfer it to an airtight container – a glass jar is good because it won’t get stained by the turmeric. It can be stored in the fridge for up to 14 days.
5 It can also be frozen in ice-cube moulds and stored in an airtight container in the freezer, where it can be stored for at least 3 months.


Small to medium dogs 1tsp – Larger dogs 1 tbsp
Start with ¼ of daily intake and gradually work up to full amount

By | 2020-06-11T07:12:28+00:00 June 11th, 2020|Health & Wellness|0 Comments

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