Ashwagandha Tea – Benefits and Recipe
The Indian Ayurvedic system has numerous herbs that are good for our physical and mental well-being. However, not all of these herbs can be consumed daily. So, is there a way to experience the many health benefits these herbs offer? The answer is yes. A few herbs can be blended in tea, making it easy to prepare. In fact, there is a special tea that is made with ashwagandha’s (also known as Indian ginseng or Winter cherry) roots.
Ashwagandha in Sanskrit means ‘smell of a horse’. Its Latin derivative is Withania somnifera. It is widely found in India, Sri Lanka, Egypt and South Africa. Dive in to know the many health benefits of herbal ashwagandha tea and how to prepare it.