Ashwagandha, commonly known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry is a one of the most valuable medicinal herb in traditional Indian medicine. The plant is also used as a dietary supplement as it contains a variety of nutrients and phytochemicals. Ashwagandha is used as a Rasayana (Rejuvenating tonic) in Ayurveda. The roots of the plant are categorised as rasayanas, because they are reputed to promote health and longevity by augmenting defence against disease, arresting the ageing process, revitalising the body in debilitated conditions, increasing the capability of the individual to resist adverse environmental factors and by creating a sense of mental wellbeing.
The plant extract has many bioactive compounds and thereby exerts antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory activities. The plant extract and its bioactive compounds are used in the prevention and treatment of many diseases, such as arthritis, impotence, amnesia, anxiety, cancer, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases, and others. This Book will reveal to you the amazing research based benefits of the wonder herb: Ashwagandha…
- ABOUT ASHWAGANDHA
- COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS
- ASHWAGANDHA & CANCER
- ASHWAGANDHA & IMMUNITY
- ASHWAGANDHA & ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY
- ASHWAGANDHA & CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH
- ASHWAGANDHA & ANTI-STRESS ACTIVITY
- ASHWAGANDHA & NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES
- ASHWAGANDHA & SEXUAL HEALTH
- ASHWAGANDHA & SLEEP
- ASHWAGANDHA & EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
- DOSAGE – HOW MUCH TO TAKE?