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The word asgandh in Hindu roughly translates to “sweat of the horse.” This name is fitting since the root of Ashwagandha provides strength and stamina like a stallion.

Ashwagandha belongs to the nightshade family, just like tomatoes, and its Latin name is Withania somnifera.

In India, it has been traditionally used to treat malnourishment in children. Ashwagandha is considered to be an adaptogenic tonic that’s safe for daily consumption.

It has been proven to support the thyroid and adrenal glands without causing overstimulation of the nervous system. This adaptogenic tonic is effective in relieving anxiety, fatigue, and cloudy thinking.

Try this Vegan Ashwagandha Latte:
– ½ cup of nut milk
– 1/3 cup of brewed coffee
– 1 Tbsp. of nut butter (hazelnut or almond taste great)
– 1-2 dates (remove pit)
– 1 tsp of coconut oil
– 1 tsp of Ashwagandha powder

1. Start by warming the nut milk in a saucepan.
2. Then transfer warm nut milk and all ingredients to a blender.
3. Blend and Enjoy!

You may also enjoy adding a dropperful of our homegrown fresh Ashwagandha tincture to any of your beverages of choice.

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