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benefits of organic ashwagandha
May help lift energy, mood, and promote a sense of overall wellness.
Powerful adaptogen, often called the 'coping' herb, traditionally used in Ayurveda for promoting a healthy stress response.
In early Ayurvedic medicine, rasāyana is the practice of techniques for lengthening lifespans and invigorating the body. As a Rasayana herb, Ashwagandha is used for rejuvenating the mind and body.
Powerful adpogenic herb used in Ayurveda for promoting a healthy stress response.
To lift energy, mood, and promote a sense of wellness.
Used for rejuvenating the mind and body.
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In Ayurveda, Prana represents life-force energy and we infuse that philosophy into our products by only using organic herbs from this season’s harvest. By using only the freshest ingredients, they maintain their highest prana and life-energy.
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To preserve nutrients & quality, all ingredients are air or sun dried before they are freshly ground by
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100% ORGANIC ASHWAGANDHA
340mg of herb per capsule.
FULL INGREDIENT LIST: Ashwaganda Root Wild Crafted (Withania Somnifera). | Origin: India.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. It is known for its potential to help the body adapt to stress and promote overall well-being. Some studies suggest that it may help lower cortisol levels, a hormone associated with stress. By reducing stress, ashwagandha may contribute to a sense of calmness and relaxation.
Ashwagandha is generally considered safe when taken in appropriate doses. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen, especially if you have underlying health conditions or are taking medications. They can provide personalized advice based on your specific circumstances. Ongoing research suggests that ashwagandha may have benefits in stress reduction, anxiety, and immune support, but more studies are needed to establish its efficacy and safety in various health conditions. Therefore, if you're considering taking ashwagandha daily, it's advisable to seek guidance from a healthcare professional who can consider your individual health needs and circumstances.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women: There is insufficient evidence regarding the safety of ashwagandha during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
People with autoimmune diseases: Ashwagandha may stimulate the immune system, which can be problematic for individuals with autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or multiple sclerosis.
Individuals with thyroid disorders: Ashwagandha may influence thyroid hormone levels.
People with low blood pressure: If you already have low blood pressure or are taking medications that lower blood pressure, using ashwagandha may further reduce your blood pressure, potentially causing adverse effects.
Those scheduled for surgery: Ashwagandha may have sedative effects and interact with anaesthesia and other medications used during surgery. Ashwagandha may interact with certain medications, including sedatives, anti-anxiety medications, immunosuppressants, and medications for thyroid disorders. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional if you are taking any medications before using ashwagandha.
Small-to-medium doses of ashwagandha are normally tolerated by most people. However, there haven't been enough long-term trials to thoroughly investigate the potential adverse effects. Large doses of ashwagandha might cause stomach distress, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. Always do not exceed dosage and if any adverse reaction is experienced, simply cease using the supplement. Always good to speak to an Ayurvedic Practioner to ascertain your dosha and consume safely.