Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that grows in India, parts of Africa, and the Middle East. It is an essential herb used in manufacturing Ayurvedic medicines, an alternative to synthetic treatment based on Indian principles to heal naturally. Our Ayurvedic Vaidyans have been using Ashwagandha in Ayurvedic medication to treat numerous health conditions including stress, anxiety, depression, and fertility issues. It may be beneficial for treating certain health conditions like cancers, Alzheimer’s disease, etc.
Ashwagandha is a name derived from the Sanskrit language. The term ‘ashwa’ means horse and ‘gandha’ means smell or scent. Also, known by the terms, ‘Withania somnifera’, ‘Indian ginseng’, and ‘winter cherry’, this magical herb may calm the blood sugar levels and build a healthy immune system. In the Ayurvedic world, it is considered a Rasayana. This symbolizes that it promotes mental and physical fitness.
‘Ashwagandha’: The health benefits it offers!
For over 2,500 years, Ashwagandha has been used for medicinal purposes because of its numerous healing qualities such as:
- It supports a healthy immune system
- For a healthy female and male vitality
- Promotes a healthy sleeping cycle
- Develops healthy joints
- Maintains energy levels, strength, and vitality
- Boosts immunity
‘Ashwagandha’ as an adaptogenic herb!
Ashwagandha is considered adaptogenic as it heals and promotes different systems of the body. Adaptogens are essential herbs that help heal certain health conditions such as stress, anxiety, depression, and eventually, overall wellbeing.
According to N.V. Lazarez, a famous Russian scientist who is best known for discovering adaptogens like Eleuthero, adaptogens should be non-toxic, helpful in reducing stress-related symptoms, and promote overall well-being.
Ashwagandha offers adrenal support and enables the body to resist stress, sustain vital energy, and simultaneously promote a peaceful sleep at night.
Additionally, it provides nourishment to tissue layers, promotes flexible joint movement, and supports healthy reproductive organs.
How ‘Ashwagandha’ is beneficial in promoting mental fitness
Depression, stress, and anxiety are the common but hazardous health conditions people are grappling with nowadays. As per the recent survey conducted, physicians and medical professionals tested the effects of ashwagandha in around 70 people experiencing schizophrenia and they concluded that the patients who took 1,000 mg of ashwagandha extract regularly for 12 weeks had positive results as compared to those who preferred to take a placebo.
Thus, according to limited research, ashwagandha may be helpful in reducing symptoms related to depression or stress and benefit people who are experiencing certain mental health conditions.
‘Ashwagandha - 60 capsules’: Ingredients and the purpose it serves
‘Ashwagandha - 60 capsules’ has only two ingredients enough to make you better and they are Aswagandha root powder (Withania somnifera) & plant-derived capsule.
Unlike other brands, the product contains zero synthetic additives, fillers, or heavy metals and is totally 100% natural and ayurvedic. Additionally, all the ingredients and products are passed through thorough testing to ensure that they are totally free of contaminants.
Furthermore, the product has zero percent unnatural ingredients such as titanium dioxide, silicon dioxide, or other harmful ingredients that could harm your health.
The product is not suitable for:
- Expectant or breastfeeding mothers
- Children under the age of 18
- Individuals who already are dealing with other medical conditions should consult their physician before starting using any dietary supplement.
Also, do not exceed the prescribed dosage under any circumstances.
The closure:Ashwagandha is a medicinal herb that helps in treating certain health conditions. It is relatively safe to use for most people. However, if any side-effect occurs, it is advisable to discuss them with your healthcare professional before considering them