7 Surprising Health Benefits Of Ashwagandha Powder

Ashwagandha, popularly known for its rejuvenating property, is one of the most popular and widely used herb in Ayurveda.

Botanically Ashwagandha is known as Withania somnifera and popularly known as Indian Ginseng or Winter Cherry.

Ashwagandha is widely known for its following Health Benefits.

1. Helps To Reduce & Relieve Stress.

2. Improves Potency & Sexual Wellness.

3. Improves Thyroid Function.

4. Has Antibacterial Properties.

5. Helps Prevent Seizures.

6. Fights Cancer.

7. Reduces Blood Sugar Levels.


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  • is it an ayurvedic medicine or herbal supplement?

  • Ayurvedic medicine it is....but herbal and ayurveda is same...

  • in that case those who claim they are medicine free are they in fact not medicine free?if they are taking this aswagandha ?

  • those who are medicine free take karela, amla, fenugreek seeds, ashwagandha, fish oil supplement, magnesium, silymarin, vit D, vit. B12 etc. etc...

    ha ha ha

  • Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) defined dietary supplements as a category of food, which put them under different regulations than drugs.

  • herbal and ayurveda is same..

    Herbal Vs Ayurveda

    Herbal Products:

    What are they made of?

    Herbal products are made of plant extracts, plant roots, leaves, etc and used as per their properties.


    The word herbal is derived from the mediaeval Latin liber herbalis (book ofherbs)

    Are they completely natural?

    Herbal products are free of chemicals. However, pesticides may have been used in their growing.



    Ayurveda Products:

    What are they made of?

    Ayurveda is medicinal science which includes use of herbs as well as heavy metals like gold, silver, copper, tin, mercury, sulphur, animal extracts, etc.


    Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit word Āyurveda which means ‘life-knowledge’;

    Are they completely natural?

    Ayurveda products may contain toxic levels of metals, etc.



  • what are side effects of ashavgandha

  • What are side effects of ashawgandha? Is it good for kidney problems also

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