Ashwagandha, formally referred to as Withania somnifera and commonly known as winter cherry, is ...
Ashwagandha, formally referred to as Withania somnifera and commonly known as winter cherry, is a short tender perennial flowering shrub that belongs to the nightshade family. Ashwagandha is native to India.
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Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to provide mood support and energy enhancement. It's been used by Indian folk healers as a tonic, often served in milk for small children. The shoots and seeds were even used as food and to thicken milk. Ashwagandha was also used to treat inflammation and a wide range of infectious disorders.
Ashwagandha root is classified as an adaptogen and is used to promote nerve health, mood and better sleep. It's used to support blood sugar and cortisol levels, as well as cognitive function boost. Besides, Ashwagandha is also considered to be beneficial for thyroid health.
Ashwagandha got its name from the Sanskrit language, "ashva," meaning horse, and "gandha," meaning smell, for its powerful horse-like aroma.
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