Ashwagandha is a small evergreen shrub the grows 2 to 6 feet in height. It has lush green leaves, small yellow green flowers and little reddish orange fruit. The root, which grows to the size of a carrot is what is used for medicinal purposes.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb meaning it brings harmony to the mind, body and spirit and helps combat stress. It is a rejuvenating herb popular in Ayurvedic medicine for balancing the vatta (air, ether) and kapha (water, earth) dosha body types. It is used for tissue deficiency issues, strengthening and energizing the body and improving concentration. Ashwagandha is also known to help those suffering from overwork, lack of sleep, nervous exhaustion, stress and anxiety. It is used to regenerate the hormonal system, muscle tissues, marrow and semen. Ashwagandha is a nourishing and natural source of vital energy particularly useful for the elderly.
Ashwagandha's in India is believed to smell like horse and give you the vitality and sexual energy of a horse.
Ashwagandha is believed to bring vitality to the body, mind and spirit. It is believed to rejuvenate the muscles, tissues and nerves in the body.
Stress Relief and Anti-Aging
Stress and aging go hand in hand. Keep your mind and body in line with good spirit and you will slow the physical, emotional and mental affects of aging.
Increase Vitality and Balance day/night energy levels
Ashwagandha is known to relief fatigue, tissue deficiencies and loss of muscular energy. It is known to provide a balancing of daytime and nighttime energy. Ashwagandha promotes an enduring dose of energy to help keep you alert and calm in the day and promotes relaxed sound sleep.
Ashwagandha is known to have a nurturing and clarifying effect on the mind, helping reduce memory loss and improve levels of concentration.
Improve Reproductive Health / Aphrodisiac
Ashwagandha is known to be one of the most affective herbs for revitalizing the male reproductive system.
Improved Respiratory function
Ashwagandha is also known to help relieve respiratory issues such as coughs and difficulty breathing.
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