Ashwagandha or Indian Ginseng is a root used in Ayurvedic medicine from as far back as 4,000 B.C. Ayurvedic medicine, sometimes referred to as Ayurveda is one of the oldest holistic forms of whole body healing in the world, originating in India. This healing practice follows methods centered around the balance of mind, body and soul or spirit. The traditional use of Ashwagandha in Indian culture is vital in that it has long been the means by which they evade aging and age related disease. The well-known positive aspects of the root are; thermogenic, stimulant, astringent, diuretic, aphrodisiac. Ashwagandha is an adaptogen capable of moderating the stress response of the human body in order to fluctuate and adjust hormones and other factors to meet the body’s needs, hence adaptogen or to adapt.
What is Aswagandha and is Indian Ginseng Good for You
Ashwagandha or India Ginseng beats low thyroid function, adrenal fatigue, arthritis, asthma, cancer, diabetes, inflammation, hypertension, stress, antioxidants and immune system
The Many Benefits of Ashwagandha
Our Ashwagandha Formula is Non-GMO Project Verified and USDA-Certified Organic.
How Ashwagandha Balances Cortisol
Cortisol Causes Many Health Problems
Cortisol is a stress hormone causing an entire host of disorders, health complications and disease. Today we are now aware of the need to control cortisol and its bad effects.
The problems associated with high levels of cortisol include; heart disease, diabetes, weight gain, irritability, and the inability to lose weight.
Ashwagandha has the remarkable ability to normalize cortisol levels to a beneficial range, something we all want to feel good, lose weight, be energetic and maintain healthy weight and body.
Ashwagandha Strengthens Immunity and Balances Hormones
Ashwagandha the Powerful Energizing Rejuvenation Herb
Simply balancing hormones and energizing the body contributes to a more youthful appearance, improved endurance and overall optimal health and wellness, this is the cornerstone to a life well lived and enjoyed.
Monitor Your Progress with FItbit HR
How to Prove it Works
Organic India Ginseng
14 Ailments Ashwagandha Treats or Prevents
List of Ayurvedic Medicine Treatments and Healing
Since 4,000 B.C. Ashwagandha Successfully Treats
Hundreds of studies on this little root have concluded the well-known benefits of Ashwagandha and they are as listed;
- Renewed Stamina and Endurance
- Restored Adrenal and Thyroid Gland Function
- Eliminates Fatigue and Stress
- Offers anti-arthritis and reduction of Inflammation
- Helps avoid cancer
- Improves overall immunity
- Increased athletic abilities and performance
- Improved sleep
- Decreased anxiety
- Support central nervous system
- Helps prevent gastric ulcers
- Improves memory and cognitive function
- Protect nervous system degeneration and disease
- Improved mitochondrial support and energy
You might also likeWhat is Coconut Oil Good for What Kind to Use and How
Learn cost-cutting organic treatments cures and hacks using coconut oil that ...How to Make Maca Taste Good
Make Maca taste good with two low calorie ingredients amp up the benefits suc...
The Benefits of Ashwagandha
DerdriuMarriner, Aswagandha is one of my most important supplements I really feel the difference when I forget it for some time, start up again and in no time I feel the benefits, I won't go without it . It is really good for joint pain among all the other things mentioned here.
katiem2, Very nice! In particular, I like the deep truth in your saying "Simply balancing hormones and energizing the body contributes to a more youthful appearance, improved endurance and overall optimal health and wellness, this is the cornerstone to a life well lived and enjoyed.." Amen!
pateluday, Please let us know what your experience is. Thank You
I have recently started on it. Lets see.
Mira, I have always been an advocate for alternative medicine and so I researched holistic medication intensely since I lost my thyroid. To spite the normal thyroid range my blood test kept reflecting I was experiencing terrible fatigue, lack of energy, hair loss and thinning, poor concentration, dry skin, nails and hair in excess and began to gain weight no matter what I did. I have always been thin and gaining weight was unacceptable to me, my doctor said my weight was well withing healthy range and yet I KNEW I had never gained weight before EVER and I knew I was on the crazy train. Since my doctors were fine with my health, looked at me like I might be losing my mind, and told me repeatedly I was fine, just a part of aging. I was like NO WAY! I found aswagandha in my research, asked my doctor if I could take it, she did her own research and spoke with a few other colleagues finally to tell me I could and to let her know how it worked. She scheduled me to come in two weeks after I began to take it. I did and all my blood work was fine, heart rate good, blood pressure low as per usual and so with her blessing I continued, happy I did not want to stop. I felt like a teenager in a few days, energy was steady and great. Over the next few months I lost ten pounds without trying, I found myself getting 20,000.00 plus steps a day and burning more calories than I took in according to my fitbit HR which by the way is AMAZING!
I'd heard of this from someone who praised the virtues of adaptogenic herbs. He said he found himself lacking in energy one winter and he tried this, which made quite a difference.
frankbeswick, Yes indeed you do as should anyone on such medication. Thanks for adding the important food for thought.
Thanks. I like ginseng,and have heard nothing harmful of it, but I cannot take gingko biloba because of possible interaction with my hypertension medication. I have to be careful.
frankbeswick, That is a good question, I ran it by my general doctor and neurologist, they both approved of it liking its effects somewhat to ginseng... I take thyroid medication and migraine medication and neither doctor thought it would have a bad interaction. You would need to check a meds interaction calculator which can be found on google.
Sounds good, but is there any data on how it interacts with medications?