Ashwagandha or Ashvagandha is a real all-rounder whether during menopause or other hormonal imbalances. A versatile adaptogen.
Ashwagandha is not only valued in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Western industrial companies have also recognized that Ashwagandha added to beverages and lifestyle products has a positive effect on people. Most of the time, however, the products are 'adulterated' and 'stretched' with vitamins and additives, which can influence the optimal, natural effect of Ashwagandha on the human body.
Ashwagandha is a potent therapeutic
Are you looking for a highly effective Ayurvedic therapeutic agent that lets you sleep better, makes you more stress-resistant and more focused? Then you are well served with Ashwagandha. The all-rounder can do a lot more.
In medicinal herbal medicine, it is one of the select group of plants and substances that are able to better manage stress, aging and chronic physical illnesses. In technical jargon, they are called adaptogens. The verb "adapt" (adapt) is the basis for this technical term. Ayurveda, on the other hand, speaks of a Rasayana.
In addition to rejuvenating effects, these also include life-extending effects. The regular consumption of Ashwagandha has beneficial effects on body, mind and soul, as you will find out later.
- You become more resistant to stress
- Supports you with fear, stress and depression
- For fatigue and general weakness
- Strengthens stamina and immunity
- Improves your memory and brain performance
- Rejuvenates your body
- Improves the sexual functionality of the body
- Helps regulate blood pressure
- A well-known nerve tonic in Ayurveda