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Ashwaganda Root Powder - Certified Organic (8 oz/227gm)

HRB-007


 
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Also known as- Withania somnifera, Indian Ginseng, Avarada, and Withania.

Ashwaganda is a member of the nightshade family, however it should be noted that that unlike other Nightshades, Ashwaganda lacks the poisonous attributes. Typically found and cultivated in India, Ashwaganda has been popularly applied to those with overworked and often hyper-tense lives. Ashwaganda is India's native answer to Ginseng and it is currently being applied in Ayurvedic medicine to treat hypertension and stress related ailments. Recent studies have attempted to popularize its use as a preliminary treatment for male infertility and impotence problems. Used against tumors, inflammation (including arthritis), and a wide range of infectious diseases. Known as an Alterative, aphrodisiac, astringent, nervine, rejuvenative, sedative, and tonic.  Has been known to promotes relaxtion, rejuvenates & nurtures the nervous system, promotes male reproductive balance & sexual function and supports healthy kidney function.

Mainly consisting of withanolides, glycosides and several different alkaloids.

Eastern and Western herbal medicine use the dried cut root. The berries of this plant are mildly toxic to the stomach and gastrointestinal tract. No major studies have released the benefits of the leaf.


How to Use: powdered roots can be applied to food or directly consumed.  Add 1/2 tsp in your favourite nut or seed milk or water with a bit of yacon, xylitol (from birch), or agave in AM and PM.  Or add to smoothies or tea concoctions.


Not much research has been carried out for this particular botanical and to date there have not been any released notes on possible medicinal contraindications, side effects or potential health hazards. This particular root has been used successfully for the last 3,000 years and the empirical evidence of the ages speaks for itself. It comes highly recommended in times of severe strife and stress-induced discomfort. However Ashwaganda should not be consumed for long periods of time and is better reserved for the "times of need".


NOTE: Botanical safety guidelines in the US and Germany have suggested that Ashwaganda may be a mild abortifacient and it is NOT recommended for pregnant women.

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