Ashwagandha, one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions and is most well-known for its restorative benefits.* Ashwagandha is said to impart the vigor and strength of a stallion and has traditionally been prescribed to help people strengthen th...Read more
The Benefits of Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha offers a number of different benefits ranging from its ability to act as a diuretic to helping against memory loss. It is these benefits – and many more – that make the herb one of the most celebrated in the world of Ayurvedic medicine.
The benefits of Ashwagandha pertaining to memory loss and cognitive function have been proven by researchers who claim that it does not only have a Cognition Promoting Effect, but was also found to be helpful for patients who suffer from neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.*
Another study conducted to research the benefits of Ashwagandha showed that the herb is a great source of rejuvenation. When given to healthy male volunteers over the age of 50 in quantities as low as 3 grams daily, Ashwagandha did not only prove to help increase the blood count of the participants of the study, but also had a considerable effect on the posture and melanin production in the hair of the participants.*
The emotional health benefits of Ashwagandha were also studied by analyzing and measuring the results of 218 participants of a survey. The participants were not only seen to have decreased stress levels, but there was also a 66.9% improvement in the quality of sleep of these participants. The same survey also showed major improvements in the emotional health of the participants of the survey who were provided with 1200 mg of the Ashwagandha herb twice a day.
One of the major reasons why the herb is so popular in the world of Siddha Ayurvedic medicine is because of the natural energy boost that it provides without synthetically produced supplements. The herb has been in use for several millennia and is proven to not only reduce stress and anxiety, but the adaptogenic herb also increases your energy levels and improves focus and concentration.* Research has also been conducted to study the effects that the herb has on diabetic patients in which it was proven that Ashwagandha can help reduce blood sugar levels and maintain them at a healthy level.*
Our Ashwagandha Chyawanprash is made with a base of Ashwagandha powder and blended with white sandalwood, nut grass, haritaki, cus cus grass, rose-led wort, cane sugar, grapes, nutmeg, black pepper, Tail pepper, ginger, country cinnamon, cardamom, and ghee.
Take 1-3 teaspoons daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
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