Ashwagandha KSM-66 root extract - 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 KSM-66. The all-rounder can do a lot more.
- 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
These include besides rejuvenating and life-prolonging effects. Regular consumption of Ashwagandha has beneficial effects Effects on body, mind and spiritas you will find out later.
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Ashwagandha (lat. Withania somnifera, syn. Physalis somnifera) - also known as Ajagandha, Ashwangdhara, sleeping berry, winter cherry or Indian ginseng - belongs to the nightshade family (Solanaceae). Only the roots of untreated and biologically sound plants are used to produce valuable full-spectrum food supplements such as our sensational KSM-66. Full spectrum because no plant / insect repellants, artificial fertilizers or the like artificially manipulate the growth of plants (and thus of the roots). The full spectrum of active ingredients can unfold and serve your health. Find out more about this later.
Ashwagandha is a small, nondescript woody shrub (or herb) that belongs to the nightshade family. With a height of 60 to 70 cm, the plant thrives in the most diverse areas of the world: Africa, the Mediterranean, India and the Far East. Because of this wide distribution, there are great differences in the morphology of the plant - accordingly, it presents itself in a large number of chemotypical variations.
Ashwagandha KSM-66 (stronger than traditional ashwagandha) strengthens immunity, builds Tissue and nerve structures on, protects against Infections and helps with Allergies (e.g. hay fever, pollen like that), supports sleep and as it is still called "The power of 100 horses" supported the libido. Especially for Vata and Pitta Dosha People very well. Or at Dad disorders.
Traditional use in Ayurveda
The Ashwagandha root is classified as Rasayana in Ayurveda. This group of medicinal medicinal plants has been shown to be able to be beneficial for the health of body, soul and spirit in various ways:
- Strengthening the physical resistance to disease
- Revitalization of weakened bodies
- Increase in longevity
At the forefront is Ashwagandha, which is one of the most revered plants in Ayurveda. Although Ashwagandha, as a tonic adaptogen, does not belong to ginseng in the botanical sense, the plant is still often referred to as "Indian ginseng" - probably because of its extensive effects.
Strong as a horse is the translation of the Sanskrit term Ashwagandha. The botanical name somnifera, on the other hand, as a species name conveys the meaning for "restful sleep".
Ashwagandha KSM-66 is also very suitable for athletes!
The Rasayana is traditionally used as a medicine against asthma, bronchitis, psoriasis (psoriasis), arthritis, sleep disorders, stress, nervous exhaustion. Adequate administration is also helpful in the case of dementia and to increase fertility.
The root itself is perceived as tart and sharp - an indication of warming properties that activate the metabolism, stimulate the digestive tract, cleanse mucus and improve the circulation.
In Ayurveda, however, a second post-digestive essence is ascribed to the medicinal herb Ashwagandha: sweet. This effect is not perceived because of its taste, but rather stands for the conversion into an even purer and more nutritious extract. In traditional Ayurveda, this postdegestive essence stands for the hidden nutritious and hormonal properties; but at the same time also for the ability to strengthen and supply the nervous system.
Tip: Due to its excellent and balanced adaptogenic properties, Ashwagandha is suitable as a supplement for all people every day.
You can find more information about KSM-66 in English at KSM-66 Ashwagandha