Ashwagandha – Product Details
Known for its immune-fortifying and invigorating properties, Ashwagandha (also called “Indian ginseng”) has been used for centuries to support overall well-being. As one of the most important additions to any Ayurvedic household, Ashwagandha is thought to fortify the immune system, provide hormone balance, improve stamina, and even aid in brain function. Ashwagandha has also been said to provide stress relief, improve endocrine and nervous system function, strengthen muscles, and offer support for a variety of conditions -- from high blood pressure and chronic fatigue to arthritis and depression. With its rejuvenating properties, this adaptogen is revered for its ability to nourish the body and calm the mind. For additional benefits and data, we invite you to peruse the studies we’ve provided from the National Institute of Health.
Ingredients: Cold-water extract of Ashwagandha root
Invitations for Use: Add ½ teaspoon (2 grams) to warm water, tea, or your favorite smoothie. Consume in small, regular doses over a lifetime. If pregnant, consult your health practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children.
Ashwagandha – FAQs
What are the health benefits of Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha has been known to provide a number of health benefits, which may include better sleep, lowered stress, increased fertility, bolstered immunity, improved stamina, lowered blood pressure, strengthened muscles, balanced hormones, and support for a number of conditions (including asthma, anemia, depression, arthritis, and chronic fatigue).
How long does Ashwagandha take to work?
With any type of health or nutritional supplement, there’s no set duration in which you’ll start to feel product effectiveness. The dosage, the intended use and individual factors will play a role. However, Ashwagandha can often start to make a difference in the body within a couple of weeks; for some, it could take a few months to notice the full effect. We recommend enjoying daily in small amounts!
What is an adaptogen?
Adaptogens are a classification of non-toxic herbs and plants that are beneficial to overall well-being and that aid in reducing and regulating stress. Studies published on adaptogens show they aid to support adrenal health in a similar way to how regular exercise can help strengthen muscles. Ashwagandha is classified as an adaptogen, which means that it can help your body handle stress more effectively.Resources
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