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Beverages With Benefits: The Rise of Adaptogenic Drinks

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Beverages With Benefits: The Rise Of Adaptogenic Drinks

Pic: Lavender Nightcap Latte (recipe below), credit to Well+Good and Herbalist Rachelle Robinett

A recent study by Morning Consult reports 30% of drinkers took breaks from alcohol for a month or longer in 2022 – and according to a Forbes study, becoming more conscious of your drinking habits (aka “sober curious”) is a trend that will gain even more momentum in 2023. Not surprisingly, these stats align with the newfound popularity of plant-based adaptogenic drinks. These beverages use natural supplements to boost overall well-being and mood -- helping your body respond to stress and anxiety without the use of alcohol.

So if you were late to “Dry January”, or prefer to wait until February, the shortest month of the year, to do a “Dry” or even “Damp” month – or just want to experiment with home-made adaptogenic drinks that are as flavorful as they are beneficial -- check out two of our favorite recipes below from our friends at Well+Good with herbalist Rachelle Robinett. Infused with herbs, botanicals, and other plant-based ingredients to help you relish relaxation with every sip, you'll see why this "beverages with benefits" trend has moved into the mainstream.

Lavender Nightcap Latte

by Herbalist Rachelle Robinett Featured on Well+Good

Ingredients (makes one latte):

  • 1/2 cup lavender herbal tea

  • 1 cup full-fat alternative milk

  • 8 drops liquid stevia

  • 1 TSP vanilla extract

  • 1 TSP butterfly pea powder

  • 2 lavender sprigs for garnishing, optional


  1. Brew lavender herbal tea and set it aside.

  2. In a milk frother, froth the milk, stevia, vanilla extract, and butterfly pea powder until light and fluffy.

  3. Assemble the drink by adding the herbal tea to a large mug. Then, carefully pour the frothy milk overtop.

  4. Garnish with lavender sprigs and serve immediately.

Adaptogenic Date Shake

by Herbalist Rachelle Robinett Featured on Well+Good

Ingredients (makes one shake)::

  • 1 - 2 dates (Swap: lucuma powder, maple syrup, or omit extra sweetener)

  • 1banana

  • 8 oz alt-milk of choice

  • 2 TSP maca powder

  • 1 TSP ashwagandha powder

  • 1 TBSP nut or coconut butter (unsweetened coconut flakes are also great)

  • 1/4 TSP vanilla extract

  • Any other spices you like i.e. cinnamon, cardamom, or even a pumpkin pie spice blend

  • Dash of salt, if nut butter was unsalted

  • Topping: Mulberries


  1. Blend all ingredients (except mulberries). Pour into a tall glass and top with mulberries.

  2. ENJOY


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