Ashwagandha Powder Recipes
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Ashwagandha Powder – 4 Simple Recipes for Healthy Body

Chronic fatigue, low libido, stress, anxiety, and restlessness – are you a victim of these everyday problems? If yes, then the ashwagandha powder may be a good option for you as a general ayurvedic tonic. Ashwagandha, also known as Withania Somnifera is one of the powerful herbs that consists of compounds that heal the human body. It enables the body to combat diseases and also help in strengthening the immune system.

There are a number of ways to include Ashwagandha powder in your regular diet. Here are some of the effective ways to use ashwagandha powder to promote health and vitality.

  • Healthy ashwagandha laddoos

Are you a fan of sweets? You can bind some sumptuous and healthy ladoos from AE Naturals Pure Organic Ashwagandha Powder. Finely grind 1 tablespoon each of nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, ashwagandha powder, and black musli.

In another bowl mix 7-8 cups of ghee or vanaspati and ½ cup of wheat flour. Add 2 cups of jaggery along with a handful of coconut flakes and the spice powder. Now begin binding the miniature laddoos with your hands.

Benefits: Eat one laddoo every morning at breakfast. The laddoos help to heal headaches, swellings, infections, and other ailments. It reduces vaginal discharge and offers the required minerals to weak bones.

  • Ashwagandha banana smoothie

Want to try something different? Here is a perfect recipe for a banana ashwagandha smoothie that will satisfy your hunger and provide your body with essential nutrients. Mash 2-3 peeled bananas.

Add ½ teaspoon sugar (optional) and ¼ teaspoon of ashwagandha powder to it. Blend it with any milk to get a smooth texture. Sprinkle walnut powder to add in a little crunch.

Benefits: Banana is good for the kidneys as it is rich in Potassium and other minerals. It reduces kidney stones. Eating this mixture regularly promotes healthy functioning of the adrenal glands and your kidneys.

  • Ashwagandha tea

Brewing 1 gram of ashwagandha powder with half a glass of milk and half a glass of water can be a healthy option for your evening tea. Bring all the ingredients to a rolling boil and then add sugar to taste.

Benefits: Consuming this concoction prevents intestinal ulcers, and cures Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). It can also reduce the production of cortisol – a stress hormone – thereby helping you fight depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders.

  • Ashwagandha sweet and salty crackers

This recipe is good for a quick tea time snack. Sift a ½ cup of wheat flour in a mixing bowl and add ashwagandha powder, carom seeds (ajwain) and salt to it. In another pan, heat butter and add sugar and mix until it dissolves.

Next, add warm milk to it. Combine the wheat mixture and milk mixture and knead into dough. Shape the dough and place on baking sheet. Bake it at 375 F for 2-3 minutes.

Benefits: Ajwain and ashwagandha induce digestion. People suffering from gastroenteritis, constipation, and acidity can consume these crackers. These are light and easily digestible.

With the AE Naturals Pure Organic Ashwagandha Powder, you can be as creative as you want. The recipes not only address a host of your health problems but also satiate your hunger pangs.  Including this in your daily diet is a great way to bring a positive change to your lifestyle. Do you have any unique recipes to share? We would love to hear it from you!

 

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