Ashwagandha contains bioactive compounds like withanolides, alkaloids, and flavonoids that are proven to have anti-diabetic properties.
A study in 2015 proved Ashwagandha reduces blood sugar levels. It also enhances pancreatic beta-cell function.
Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for the past 300 years. It boosts insulin sensitivity and secretion in our bodies.
Ashwagandha contains powerful antioxidants that help to safeguard your body from moving free radicals.
Ashwagandha includes anti-inflammatory compounds. It helps in disorders like arthritis, etc.
Heat some milk and water. Add ashwagandha powder with some dry fruits and a pinch of sweetener.
Prepare your regular masala chai with tea leaves, milk & spices. Towards the end, add a teaspoon of ashwagandha powder.
Roast nuts and grind them. Then melt ghee and add besan, nuts, sweetener, & ashwagandha powder. Shape into small balls and enjoy!