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Ashwaganda Capsules

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Ashwaganda Capsules

Bio-enhanced with piperine to multiply the absorption of ashwagandha with its benefits by 2-300%.

It also may increase the benefits of other supplements and medications.

It also substantially increases the amount of vitamins and minerals that your body absorbs from the food you eat and what you drink.

400mg/capsule

60 Capsules

Benefits:

Ashwagandha has been used for more than 2,500 years as a “vitalizer.” Today, we would place it in the category of adaptogens. It is rejuvenating, balancing, strengthening, and calming to the nervous system. Ashwagandha is useful for relieving fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and memory loss. This herb also has a reputation as an aphrodisiac and is believed to help prevent sterility in males and sexual ailments. A mild sedative, ashwagandha reduces mental chatter and promotes calm sleep. It also promotes tissue regeneration and slows the aging process.

It is excellent for use in bodybuilding and for any type of physical sport, as it gives an instant charge of long-lasting energy without the use of stimulants. Ashwagandha contains iron and may promote growth in children and improve hemoglobin levels. In addition, ashwagandha has shown promise in treating hypothyroidism (low levels of thyroid hormone in the blood).

Alzheimer’s disease and memory problems. Ashwagandha helps correct memory loss by modifying the way in which the brain uses acetylcholine, a chemical that transmits messages from nerve cell to nerve cell. If oxygen levels are low, the brain acquires acetylcholine by destroying its own cells. The cell remnants form neurofibrillary tangles, blocking the transmission of nerve signals and resulting in Alzheimer’s-like symptoms. Ashwagandha decreases the likelihood that the brain will cannibalize its own cells. This action reduces cognitive deficit and memory loss in diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

Arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome. Animal studies have found that naturally occurring steroids in ashwagandha are more potent than treatment with the synthetic steroid hydrocortisone for controlling inflammation. These natural steroidal compounds also reduce the pain of arthritis as effectively as aspirin and phenylbutazone when given in the same amount, but without the immune-depressing side effects those drugs cause. Patients who have trouble with balance (called cerebral ataxias) gained better balance with ashwagandha. In a clinical study of patients with osteoarthritis, ashwagandha and other herbs reduced pain and disability significantly.

Autoimmune disorders. Ashwagandha increases red and white blood cell counts after treatment with azathioprine (Imuran, Azasan), cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan, Neosar), or prednisone for autoimmune diseases such as lupus.

Cancer. Ashwagandha extracts increase platelet counts, red blood cell counts, and white blood cell counts during cancer chemotherapy treatment with cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan, Neosar). Animal studies in India also have found that ashwagandha sensitizes cancer cells to radiation treatment, making treatments approximately 50 percent more effective. Studies have shown that ashwagandha is helpful in putting cancer tumors of the breast, central nervous system, colon, and lung into regression without killing healthy tissues. The herb may also help prevent chemotherapy-induced neutropenia (low white blood cell count). However, the effectiveness of ashwagandha in the treatment of patients with cancer is not yet determined.

Diabetes. Improvements in high blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity (how well insulin works) have been detected in the animal studies of type 2 diabetes.

Sex drive, diminished. Ashwagandha is a sexual “grounding” herb that reduces the frequency of premature ejaculation and increases sexual stamina. Ashwagandha’s active principles, alkaloids and with anoloids, have longevity-enhancing and sexually stimulating properties.

Stress. Ayurvedic medicine has used ashwagandha as a general tonic for centuries to stimulate long-term endurance. Ashwagandha contains steroidlike compounds that may increase resistance to stress.

Recommended Uses

Ashwagandha is available in capsule form. The product you choose should be standardized for with anolides.

When used to increase sex drive, ashwagandha should not be taken in instances of acute sexual anxiety, as its effects take hold only after about one week of daily use. For the conditions listed above, be sure not to use a product called ashwagandha oil. That is a combination of ashwagandha with almond oil and rose water designed to be used as a facial toner. Do not eat ashwagandha berries, as they can cause severe gastrointestinal pain. Taking ashwagandha with tranquilizers may result in drowsiness and loss of coordination. You should avoid this herb if you are taking prescription drugs for anxiety, insomnia, or a seizure disorder. Human toxicity studies for ashwagandha are limited.

Botanical Name: Withania somnifera
English: Ashwagandha, Indian winter cherry, Indian ginseng Hindi: Ashvagandha, Asgandh
Sanskrit: Ashvagandha, Gandhapatri, Ashvakandika, Vajikari, Balada, Palashparni, Vajigandha, Balaja,
Ayurvedic: Ashwagandha
Also, known as: Asgandh, Amukkuram, Askagandha, Amukkaramkizangu, Pennerugadda, Asgand, Ashwaganda, Palashaparni, Aswagandha, Ashwaghanda, Ashvagandha, Ashwgandha
Origin: India
Habitat: Throughout India

General Information:
Ashwagandha holds a place in Ayurvedic pharmacology similar to Ginseng in Chinese medicine, yet it is far less expensive. Since ancient times Ashwagandha (aka Indian ginseng) is used in Ayurveda has been considered as a crucial part of ayurvedic treatment for several health conditions and as Rasayana (potent rejuvenative agent). It is the best rejuvenative herb. It is acknowledged to increase vitality and longevity. It improves memory, preserves mental functions and increases intelligence. It protects the brain from degeneration and dementia. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is widely used in all inflammatory disorders.
The Indian name Ashwagandha (ashwa-horse and gandha- smell), now also known as Asgandh. It is believed that consuming Ashwagandha in any form may develop or improve vitality, energy levels and strength similar to that of a horse. It stimulates sexual impulses and increase sperm counts.
Ashwagandha roots are stout and fleshy when dry. They are unbranched, straight and gradually tapering downwards. Roots have a brownish white color on the outer side and the inner region is creamy white in color.

Precautions:

You should consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using any herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. purpose ONLY

All information on this website is for educational This information has not been evaluated by Health Canada.

Weight 0.09 lbs

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