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Ashwagandha Turmeric Moon Milk Recipe: learn how to make this easy, delicious and vegan moon milk recipe using ashwagandha (herb powder), turmeric, milk (vegan) and cinnamon. It’s a great night drink and helps in cough-cold relief too.
Every season change there’s one fixed drink that’s almost compulsory at my home and that’s this Ashwagandha Turmeric Moon Milk Recipe!
Growing up in India, we always have a warm drink for any kind of seasonal remedies for cold, cough, fever or other such issues.
So, we have literally grown up with a nightly ‘Garam Doodh’ (Indian name for Moon Milk) of some kind.
But this one is my fav and it gets bonus points to look this gorgeous as we all agree that we eat/drink with our eyes first 🙂
Before we go further into whys and whats of this recipe, let’s first figure out:
Moon Milk is an extremely old ayurvedic Hot Milk Drink that many Indians have before going off to sleep, hence the name ‘Moon Milk‘.
Hence, both these ingredients when mixed with milk makes for a potent stress-relief and calming drink.
The recipe is seriously this simple but it’s filled with extreme health benefits and has been a popular Indian drink since Ayurvedic days.
When to Drink Ashwagandha Turmeric Moon Milk:
As the name suggests, it is best to drink this at night, before going off to bed.
I also drink it when I’m back from a long travel or International travel, as this helps me unwind.
I also drink it when I’m suffering from the seasonal cough-cold. It not only helps me sleep through the night during bad cold but the turmeric helps release cough.
So go ahead and enjoy this drink warm or hot but keep in mind that you DONOT mix too much of both the herbs.
It will make the milk taste bitter, hence start with this recipe measurement first and then in case you need to add a little more, do so.
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