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Ashwagandha

Raw Powders™ offers pure Ashwagandha vegetarian capsules 500mg per capsules! What is Ashwagandha? Ashwagandha herb dates back to ancient times, in Ayurvedic medicine. In preparing the Ashwagandha drink, the ancient eastern inhabitants used the roots of this plant, which accumulate the most valua..
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Raw Powders™ offers pure Ashwagandha Powder What is Ashwagandha? The Ashwagandha herb dates back to ancient times, in Ayurvedic medicine. In preparing the Ashwagandha drink, the ancient eastern inhabitants used the roots of this plant, which accumulate the most valuable nutrients. The name Ashwag..
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Ashwagandha supplement - medicinal plant of Ayurvedic medicine

Ashwagandha root, also called sleeping berry, "Indian ginseng" or winter cherry, is a natural medicinal root that has traditionally been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for centuries.

It is now becoming increasingly popular in the western states as well. Ashwagandha's benefits may improve the physical and mental condition. As the name "sleep berry" already implies, it is mainly used for sleep-related issues.

What is Ashwagandha?

Ashwagandha is obtained from the roots and leaves of a plant.

The name translates as “horse smell”, based on the strong odour of the roots.

The plant is mainly found in Asia, Africa (including the Canary Islands) and the Mediterranean region (Sicily, Sardinia, Spain and Greece). Ashwagandha is one of the most important medicinal plants in Ayurveda. In India, it has been used in naturopathy for over 5000 years to strengthen body and mind, awaken vitality, find inner peace and stay fit.

What are Ashwagandha products used for?

In naturopathy, Ashwagandha supplements are considered an elixir for eternal youth. In addition to strengthening the body and mind, it is primarily known for its calming and stress-reducing effects. It is also said to promote rest and sleep and is sometimes used in massage oils. Traditional Chinese medicine is also convinced that Ashwagandha, in addition to strengthening vitality and energy and against many types of age-related ailments, also has a potency-increasing effect and is therefore very popular as an aphrodisiac in Asia.

Ashwagandha benefits:

1. Calmness and Better Sleep

2. Relief from stress symptoms

3. Relief from pain

4. Relaxing and anxiety-relieving

5. Alleviation of burn-out

6. Anti-inflammatory effect

7. Antioxidant effect / cell protection

8. Blood sugar stabilization

9. Cholesterol stabilization

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In addition, the effect of Ashwagandha  as an anti-ageing elixir, hormone levels, the immune system is also examined. However, the study results are not yet scientifically reliable enough.

The fields of application of dietary supplements are very extensive. You can also find out more about the effects and benefits of the nootropic in our blog about the benefits of Ashwagandha supplement.

Ashwagandha is considered safe and is well tolerated if the dosages are adhered to according to the guidelines. Everything about the side effects of Ashwagandha you can find in our blog.

Buy Ashwagandha UK

Ashwagandha supplement is available in the form of powder or capsules made from the ground root. Depending on your preference, you can buy Ashwagandha powder or bottled Ashwagandha capsules.

Ashwagandha is now also available in pharmacies and online shops across Europe. Here  you can order Ashwagandha online without a prescription and have it delivered directly to your home.

The Raw Powders range also includes many other nootropics. An overview of the best smart-drugs nootropics can be found here.


Sources:

https://rawpowders.de/ashwagandha-powder

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlafbeere

https://www.zentrum-der-gesundheit.de/ernaehrung/nahrungsergaenzung/heilpflanzen/ashwagandha

https://www.vitaminexpress.org/de/ashwagandha

https://www.krankenkassenzentrale.de/produkt/ashwagandha


Text author:

Kay Svegler

Communications, PR, American Studies, University of Leipzig

Journalist and freelance writer (e.g. Süddeutsche Zeitung, BILD, MDR etc.)

Former Senior PR Manager for Fischer Appelt, Sustainability and Diversity Manager for DKB

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