By Hillary Arrieta
The new year is underway and things have been really hectic around here. I've been reaching for some herbal allies to help me through the hustle and bustle. Ashwaganda, commonly known as Indian ginseng, is one of my favorite adaptogens. An adaptogen is a category of herbs that help bodies handle stress and adapt to life changes. Perfect!
A friend of mine recently posted a recipe that really sparked my interest so I ordered my Ashwaganda and rose elixir from Texas Medicinals. What a beautiful herbal remedy. The color and smell is fantastic.
Thanks to Amy Kreydin for this amazing recipe.
You will need:
One cup of milk (any kind you prefer)
Texas Medicinals Ashwaganda and rose elixir
Heat 1 cup of milk (cow, goat, soy, almond, rice, hemp...) with a stick of cinnamon until warm. Remove from heat and pour into a mug. Add one dropperful of Texas Medicinals ashwaganda and rose elixir. Add a tablespoon raw honey. Stir and enjoy.
(Alternatively, you can steep a teabag of ashwaganda in the milk while warming it
and add 1 teaspoon rose hydrosol)
Give it a try and let us know how you liked it in the comments!