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Spiced Adaptogenic Moon Milk for Slumber

This full moon, make your own magical cup of comfort
ClassesHow to Make Moon Milk
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Recipe by Jessicka Nebesni of Mountain Rose Herbs

For centuries, people all over the world have been drinking warm milk before bedtime to drift off into a restful slumber. Nowadays, we refer to these magical cups of comfort as moon milk, and integrate herbs and spices to help assist the body in relaxation.

This recipe incorporates adaptogenic herbs that allow us to handle the stresses of the day. Ashwagandha and chaga mushroom have earned a celebrated reputation for helping to quiet the minds and revitalize the bodies of those who find themselves pulled in many directions. Work the power of herbs and spices into your evening self-care routine with this delicious bedtime treat.



  1. Pour preferred milk into a saucepan, set burner to medium-low, and warm until hot (but not boiling.)
  2. Transfer milk into a blender.
  3. Add herbal powders and honey.
  4. Blend on high for about 30 seconds.
  5. Pour the whipped milk into your favorite mug and garnish with freshly cracked pink peppercorns.

Wishing you the sweetest of dreams!

Makes 8 ounces.


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