Ashwagandha Chai (Recipe / Video)

by Tahnee McCrossin April 08, 2019 1 min read

This stress-busting adaptogen is a god-send to your nervous system, over-worked adrenals, busy brain and out of whack hormones. Praise SuperFeast Ashwagandha! Traditionally used to treat insomnia, poor growth in children, balance blood sugars and to boost fertility, we have a beautiful and super easy recipe for you today.

 

We have used a traditional chai mix, which includes caffeine from the black tea, but please feel free to swap this out for a caffeine-free mix.

 

Ok here we go:

 

Ingredients

1/4 tsp SuperFeast Ashwagandha

2 tbs chai (any type you like! We've used Sunhouse wet chai from our dear friends)

1 cup warm coconut milk (or your choice of plant milk)

Dollop of honey (or other sweetener, maple would be nice too)

 

Method

  1. Put your chai mix into a pot and cover with boiling water.
  2. Brew your tea and let it steep for a few minutes. 
  3. Heat your plant milk up, then pour over your chai once it has steeped.
  4. Add your ashwagandha to your cup. Add sweetness if you desire.
  5. Pour your chai/milk combo (don't forget the strainer!) over your ashwagandha into your cup. Stir! Sip!

 

Check out SuperFeast Ashwagandha here

 

Tahnee McCrossin
Tahnee McCrossin

Tahnee is a self proclaimed nerd, with a love of the human body, it’s language and its stories. A cup of tonic tea and a human interaction with Tahnee is a gift! A beautiful Yin teacher and Chi Ne Tsang healer, Tahnee loves going head first into the realms of tradition, yogic philosophy, the organ systems, herbalism and hard-hitting research. Tahnee is also General Manager at SuperFeast, mumma to reishi-baby Aiya and partner to Mason (founder of SuperFeast).



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