Ashwagandha is most useful as a tonic herbs for its non-specific, adaptogenic effects, and non-stimulating nature. In India and surrounding regions, Ashwaganda has a very long history of use, and was one of the most popular herbs in the regions for its long list of beneficial actions, and high level of safety.
- Erectile dysfunction
- Athletic support
- Support during natural progression of aging
- Pregnancy support
- Anaemia (children)
- Chronic inflammatory diseases
- To promote healthy growth in children
- Improving learning and concentration
- Immune dysfunctions
- Senile dementia
- Recovery after illness (children)
- Mild sedative
- Thyroid modulator
Ashwagandha is mainly used with fatigue-related conditions involving the endocrine system. It is also a populr adjunctive treatment in cancer, immune defficiencies, and anxiety.
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Constituents of Interest
- Tropane alkaloids
- Indian ginseng
- Winter cherry
Ashwaghandha is a member of the Solanaceae family of plants, also known as the nightshade family. This family includes a variety of both poisonous, and medicinal plants, including belladonna, tomatoes, datura, and eggplant.
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Clinical Applications Of Ashwagandha:
Still compiling research.
Ashwagandha has a high level of safety.
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