Anxiety

Ashwagandha has a calming effect on anxiety symptoms when compared to the drug lorazepam (a sedative and anxiety medication).

A study published in the journal Phytomedicine showed that the herb had the ability to reduce anxiety levels. In fact, the two treatments were found to offer a similar level of relief from anxiety as the above medication, suggesting ashwagandha might be as effective for reducing anxiety.

Arthritis

Ashwagandha is considered a pain reliever that acts on the nervous system to prevent pain signals from being sent. It’s also thought to have some anti-inflammatory properties. For this reason, some research has shown it to be effective in treating forms of arthritis.

One study in the found the herb to have Indian Journal of Medical Research strong potential as a treatment option for rheumatoid arthritis.

Heart health

Ashwagandha may have a variety of benefits to heart health, including treating:

  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • chest pain
  • heart disease

One human study published in the International Journal of Ayurveda Research found that using the herb for heart health (in combination with another Ayurvedic herb) was helpful in improving muscle strength and endurance.

Alzheimer’s treatment

According to the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, several studies have examined ashwagandha’s ability to slow or prevent loss of brain function in people with diseases like Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, and Parkinson’s.

As these diseases progress, parts of the brain and its connective paths become damaged, which leads to loss of memory and function. Research suggests that ashwagandha, when given to mice and rats during the early disease stages, may be able to offer protection.

Cancer

A few very promising studies found that ashwagandha might be able to stop cell growth in certain cancers. Animal research showed the ability to decrease a lung tumor. There are encouraging findings that suggest the herb has potential to slow human cancers including breast, lung, kidney, and prostate.

 

 

Use:
Add to your cereals, soups etc or make a hot/cold beverage. Add 1/2 tsp to 1 tsp of Ashwagandha powder into 1 cup of milk, almond milk, rice milk etc. Warm it and add some honey as needed. Can increase the ashwagandha from 1 tsp to more depending on your problem that you are trying to cure.

Ashwagandha : Anxiety & Depression - 100g

£25.00Price
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