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Ashwagandha Powder

Ashwagandha Powder: The earthy spice

Ashwagandha Powder

Ashwagandha Powder: The earthy spice
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Prince of the Spice Kingdom

Known to be adaptogenic, this herb is actually a yellow shrub with flowers, used widely in many cuisines as well as food industry. It tastes and smells earthy, just like its namesake, ‘Ashwa’, the horse.

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Spice It Up

Use it for cooking Indian recipes, brewing smoothies, lattes or baking chocolate based confectionery.

COOKING

 Ashwagandha Nut Butter Balls

 

   
SMOOTHIES

 Banana and Ashwagandha Smoothie

 

   
LATTES

Turmeric and Ashwagandha Latte

 

   
BAKE

Ashwagandha Chocolate Cake

 

   
Single Origin Spice

Often known as ‘Indian ginseng’ and ‘winter cherry’, Ashwagandha finds its roots in India, the 'land of spices', in fact around 3,000 years from now. The Sanskrit term 'Ashwagandha' means ‘smell of the horse’ and that is exactly how the root of the herb smells like. It is dry and a perfect match for the subtropical climate of India, especially the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh.

Often known as ‘Indian ginseng’ and ‘winter cherry’, Ashwagandha finds its roots in India, the 'land of spices', in fact around 3,000 years from now. The Sanskrit term 'Ashwagandha' means ‘smell of the horse’ and that is exactly how the root of the herb smells like. It is dry and a perfect match for the subtropical climate of India, especially the Malwa re...

Often known as ‘Indian ginseng’ and ‘winter cherry’, Ashwagandha finds its roots in India, the 'land of spices', in fact around 3,000 years from now. The Sanskrit term 'Ashwagandha' means ‘smell of the horse’ and that is exactly how the root of the herb smells like. It is dry and a perfect match for the subtropical climate of India, especially the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh.

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Our Story

Born & raised in India, I started VAHDAM® India with a vision to make available India's finest teas & spices globally, without unnecessary middlemen. Our home-grown brand ensures that consumers get a farm fresh produce while value is retained at source, helping every farmer get a better price. And just in case you were wondering, ‘VAHDAM’ is the reverse anagram of my father’s first name, 'Madhav'.

Born & raised in India, I started VAHDAM® India with a vision to make available India's finest teas & spices globally, without unnecessary middlemen. Our home-grown brand ensures that consumers get a farm fresh produce while value is retained at source, helping every far...

Born & raised in India, I started VAHDAM® India with a vision to make available India's finest teas & spices globally, without unnecessary middlemen. Our home-grown brand ensures that consumers get a farm fresh produce while value is retained at source, helping every farmer get a better price. And just in case you were wondering, ‘VAHDAM’ is the reverse anagram of my father’s first name, 'Madhav'.

Bala Sarda, Founder & CEO
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Our Commitment to People + Planet

We offset our entire carbon footprint via investments in renewable energy.
1% of revenue is directed towards the education of our tea farmers’ children.
We recover & recycle an amount of plastic equivalent to our packaging.
We offset our entire carbon footprint via investments in renewable energy.
1% of revenue is directed towards the education of our tea farmers’ children.
We recover & recycle an amount of plastic equivalent to our packaging.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ashwagandha powder used for?

Ashwagandha powder is a great way to add flavor to your cooking without using any artificial ingredients.

How can I use ashwagandha powder in cooking?

Ashwagandha powder can be used as a spice in a variety of dishes, including smoothies, stews, confectionery, and tea. It is often used in combination with other spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and ginger to create complex and flavorful blends.

How do you take ashwagandha powder?

You can use ashwagandha powder in cooking, lattes, smoothies or even baking. This spice can also be used in various cuisines.

How should I store ashwagandha powder?

It is best to store ashwagandha powder is in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. It can also be stored in the refrigerator or freezer for longer shelf life.

Can ashwagandha powder be consumed everyday?

Yes, it is safe to consume ashwagandha powder in moderate quantity everyday.

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