Ashwagandha - Super Antioxidant (organic)

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Ashwagandha - Super Antioxidant (organic)

42.99

- Super Antioxidant -

Indian Ginseng

Ashwagandha is a vital herb in Ayurvedic Medicine with a long history of therapeutic use

and is sometimes referred to as "Indian Ginseng." The plant contains a full spectrum of

healing properties in its roots, flowers, leaves, and fruit and it flourishes in dry regions in

India, northern Africa, and the Middle East (though some farmers have had recent success

cultivating it in the US). We source from small organic farms in Northern India offer an

organic cold-water extract of the Ashwagandha Root, which is reputed to be the most potent

part of the plant and may:

• Tonify the immune system

• Inspire Vigor and Strength

• Increase the body's levels of Super Oxide Dismutase

• Harmonize Mind, Body, and Spirit

• Reduce the effects of mental, emotional, and physical stress

INVITATIONS FOR USE

Add 1/2 Teaspoon (2 grams) to warm water or tea. An excellent addition to milk potions,

elixirs, smoothies, raw chocolate, busy schedules and more!

Contains 55 Servings.

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Ashwagandha is a cornerstone of the Ayurvedic Medicine Cabinet, also known as “Indian

ginseng” for its immune-fortifying and invigorating properties. It is considered an adaptogen,

as it harmonizes physiological functions in a variety of ways, and supports hormone balance

in men and women. The name Ashwagandha comes from the root, which is said to

have “the smell of a horse” and is considered a food to improve stamina and sexual health

in men and women (with “horse-like vigor”). Ashwagandha is reputed to help support

emotional balance and brain function and acts as a potent antioxidant to boost the immune

system. In a recent study conducted by the U.S. National Library of medicine, it was

reported that this tonic herb may help with asthma, arthritis, chronic fatigue, anemia,

infertility, depression and blood pressure. It is also thought to support the endocrine and

nervous system functions as well. This “Indian ginseng” is an excellent herb for stress relief

and supporting an inner sense of well-being.

RESOURCES

New research on Ashwagandha- 50 new studies

National Institute of Health - abstract study

Research on effects of ashwagandha

overview of Ashwagandha

Benefits and effects of Ashwagandha