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ORGANIC PRODUCTS arrow Ashwagandha Capsules (Organic India)

Ashwagandha Capsules (Organic India)

Price: €11,95
Number capsuless in packaging:60

Organic Ashwagandha Capsules (Withania somnifera) Herbal Supplement 400 mg - Ayurvedic Vitality Herb - made with 100% certified organically grown Ashwagandha Root (Winter Cherry) in its pure, revitalizing form. The capsules are vegetarian plant cellulose and guaranteed GM Free. Each bottle contains 60 capsules of 400mg of pure powdered herb.

Ashwagandha, known as the “Indian Ginseng,” offers powerful nutritional support to energize and rejuvenate people.

* Helps minimize the negative effects of stress
* Enhances immunity & helps build deep vitality
* Promotes sexual and reproductive balance

Organic Ashwagandha Capsules offers powerful nutritional support to rejuvenate both mind and body, by nourishing the nervous system, minimizing the negative effects of stress, increasing endurance and stamina and fighting insomnia.

Key Benefits of Ashwagandha:
  • Stress Relieving
  • Rejuvenates both mind and body
  • Calms & soothes the nervous system
  • Increases stamina and endurance
  • Fights Insomnia
Organic Ashwagandha is a natural source of energy and vitality. Being a powerful adaptogen, Organic Ashwagandha allows the body to successfully adapt to stress, including mental, physical, emotional and environmental. Organic Ashwagandha builds stamina (well-noted for male sexual endurance) and supports adrenal health. Organic Ashwagandha soothes the nervous system and supports restful sleep. Organic Ashwagandha Capsules are safe for vegans and vegetarians. Organic Ashwagandha Capsules are also gluten-free.

Suggested Usage: 1-2 capsules twice daily after meals.

Ashwagandha is a potent herb with a wide variety of applications within Ayurvedic medicine. It is a general tonic and rejuvenator, an aphrodisiac, calmer of the nerves, a mild sedative, and one of the best herbs for the treatment of Vata aggravation. Ashwaganda in Sanskrit means, “that which has the smell of a horse”, and it can impart the strength, vitality, and sexual energy of a horse to one who takes it. As a tonic it is especially revitalizing to the plasma of the blood, bone marrow, muscle tissue, and to reproductive tissue. It is used in all conditions of weakness or tissue deficiency in children and the elderly, as well as for debility due to chronic diseases, overwork, or lack of sleep as a result of mental exhaustion. Ashwagandha is the principal ingredient in many chief ayurvedic tonics and treatments. Here we will discuss a few.

Ashwagandha Powder is simply ground Ashwaganda root. As mentioned above, it is an effective tonic for the blood, muscles, and reproductive tissues, and a powerful aphrodisiac. Due to its effectiveness with these three fundamental tissues, it is beneficial for a wide range of problems. Its particular effect will depend upon the herbs it is joined with and the method of application. Externally, as a paste or poultice, Ashwaganda works very well in treating glandular swellings, and when mixed with sesame oil, the paste is applied to clear off the depigmentation of skin, and to calm a nervous vata when applied to the head.

There are a variety of methods for using Ashwagandha internally, and they are differentiated according to the vehicle of their application, or anupana in Sanskrit. Good vehicles for internal application of Ashwagandha, as well as many other herbs, are warm water, warm milk, alcohol, and ghee. Each vehicle delivers the qualities of the herb to different tissue(s) in the body.  Water delivers it to the plasma or serum of the blood. A hot infusion or decoction involves boiling the herb(s) in water over a low flame, this is the strongest method of application and specific ratios and parameters should be researched before attempting it. Less strong than this is to steep an herb in water as one would tea. Ashwagandha taken by both of these water based methods will bear the same general effects as have been mentioned. These effects will be strengthened or weakened according to the herbs accompanying Ashwagandha in the mixture.

Although water decoction and infusion is generally good, decoction in milk can bolster the rejuvenative effects. Milk generally augments the rejuvenative and nutritive effects of herbs, and especially Ashwagandha. To such a decoction one may add raw sugar, honey, pippali (indian long pepper), and basmati rice. This combination inhibits aging and is a catalyst for anabolic processes of the body, that is, processes of tissue growth and regeneration. This decoction is regarded as very sattvic, which means ‘pure’ in Sanskrit, and refers to the more subtle aspects of one’s existence, mind and spirit. Being sattvic this decoction is one of the best for the mind to which it brings clarity and nutrition, calmness, patience, and it promotes a deep, natural and dreamless sleep. Ashwaganda steeped in warm milk as tea is good for weak pregnant women, as it helps to stabilize the fetus and the hormones and helps rebuild tissue in the female reproductive organs.


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