Moon Milk is a soothing, delicious milk-based hot beverage that has its roots in the healing tradition of Ayurveda. It’s useful for deep relaxation and sound rest, and is often taken at bed-time to calm stress and anxiety. Adding medicinal ghee increases the effectiveness and potency of the herb, carrying it deeper into the body. Feel free to adjust the spices as desired.
Moon Milk is a soothing, delicious milk-based hot beverage that has its roots in the healing tradition of Ayurveda. It’s useful for deep relaxation and sound rest, and is often taken at bed-time to calm stress and anxiety. In this recipe, we add Ashwagandha Ghee which is used in Ayurveda to support a healthy immune system. Feel free to adjust the spices as desired.
This tea is wonderfully fragrant with cardamom and orange. It’s ideal for spring and winter. We use Organic Darjeeling Green tea, however Organic Darjeeling Black Tea or a favorite herbal tea such as spearmint could also be used. The Immune Support Tea contains Guduci, a popular Ayurvedic herb used traditionally to support good immunity.
This frozen treat is a delightful way to enjoy moringa powder! We’ve chosen raw honey to sweeten, however, you can use an alternative such as cane sugar or maple syrup if desired. Add additional ingredients to your heart’s content!
Beautiful green Moringa Powder gives a nutritious boost to these fun, no-sugar-added treats. Enjoy as a snack with a cup of tea, or after a meal.
Print Recipe Shamburak: Kurdish Meat Hand Pie – Great for leftovers! Shambarak can be made with just about anything, and in fact, it is a traditional way to get rid of leftovers. You can swap virtually any part of this dish. Rather than chutney, you could do chimichurri. Instead of sweet potato, you could try…
Halwa is a rich, incredibly delicious Indian dessert typically made from semolina, grains or nuts cooked in milk with sugar and ghee, Here, we’ve used easily purchased, blanched almond flour to make it simple and have flavored it with the addition of the finest Kashmiri Saffron. A little goes a long way!
Known also as Payasam, Kheer is a richly delicious and very famous Indian rice pudding. It’s naturally thinner and not as sweet as typical American rice pudding. The addition of Kashmiri Saffron adds depth and elegance to this Indian classic. Serve warm, room temperature or chilled.