The Ayuverdic Indian Ginseng (Ashwagandha) is one of the oldest traditional medicines used in the world. You may be asking yourself whether Ashwagandha is a good fit for you. With all of the supplements and roots out there, ashwagandha is a bit different. Ashwagandha is a powerful "adaptogen," which is a more modern way of saying it is an ayuverdic root.
If you’re not familiar with the term “Ayuverdic”, it is an ancient holistic healing approach developed over 3,000 years ago in India. There are beliefs that the treatment is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the body, mind, and spirit. Ashwagandha has been widely used to restore energy, increase stamina and endurance, boost immunity of our body, lower cholesterol, and reduce anxiety and depression.
To explain further, check out our list of what Ashwagandha can do for you.
Ashwagandha has one of the best properties to help reduce stress. Studies and research done in the past has shown that Ashwagandha can help regulate chemical signals in our nervous systems in a way to reduce the symptoms that causes stress and anxiety disorders. The recent study showed that approximately 87% of people who took Ashwagandha reported a reduction in anxiety.
Another great benefit of Ashwagandha is that there are no adverse negative reactions by taking it when compared to anti-depressants (which always often come with negative side effects).
Ashwagandha can also help alleviate symptoms of depression. A study done shows that 79% of the people who took Ashwagandha reported a reduction in severe depression against a 10% reduction in severe depression of those who took the placebo pill.
An effective animal and test-tube study also shows that Ashwagandha can help impede the growth of new cancer cells. This is done by generating reactive oxygen species, which are toxic to cancer cells, but not normal cells. This study has been done on breast, lung, colon, brain, and ovarian cancer. Furthermore, it also decreases tumor growth rate and the spread of cancer to other organs.
Several studies in humans shows that intake of Ashwagandha can help increase the activity immune systems to fight off infections, viruses, and bacteria. A rise C-reactive protein (CRP) can also help decrease inflammation . Ashwagandha also increase the number of pathogen fighting agents in our bodies (WBC and platelets, protein antibodies) to fight the debilitating effects when you get sick, overall increasing the healthy cells of our body.
Stress, illness, hormone imbalance, and other deficiencies are all issues that can threaten and reduce our reproductive health and environment in men and women. Since research shows that Ashwagandha can help thyroid function and performance (the organ responsible for regulating hormones), it is also an effective herb to increase fertility.
Ashwagandha is one of our newest "must have" superfoods because we feel the natural adaptogenic properties, which aid with anxiety and stress, are greatly beneficial to our everyday lives.
We love to drink some ashwagandha before bedtime with this quick recipe:
1. Heat up a cup of dairy or almond milk (heat until warm)2. Add 1 tsp Manuka Honey3. Add a pinch of turmeric
By the way, our Ashwagandha is a huge hit with our customers. If you're not sure which Ashwagandha to try first, give ours a shot. We provide great value for the money, have the cleanest source, and our ashwagandha has an excellent consistency. Buy our Maju Ashwagandha now if you are a first time Ashwagandha buyer and buy with confidence.
October 12, 2017
my wife is on anicoagulants, my daughter has RA and I just want to live a longer, healthier life. Knowingmend this do you recomend taking ashwagandha??
October 11, 2017
Just purchased ashwanganda and it was difficult to read the label. Do you recommend adding it to coffee ? Would the heat kill the benefits?
October 08, 2017
The directions on the jar are impossible to read. How much Ashawangha per serving and how many times a day?
September 21, 2017
bad for person on Warfarin( bleeding or clotting factor)???
September 19, 2017
i don,t see any precaution. how does this inner act with blood pressure and thyroid meds