The ashwagandha plant, one of the very powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions. It’s most well-known for the restorative and rejuvenating benefits. The root and berry are typically used to make medicine.
Ashwangandha comes with benefits for almost everyone. However, if you are pregnant or lactating, you should consult your physician.
Ashwangandha induces greater reduction in cortisol levels which is a stress hormone.
No. Since it is a traditional medicinal ayurvedic herb, it has no side effects on your body. However, pregnant and lactating women MUST avoid taking ashwagandha.
Yes. Ashwagandha has been shown to reduce body fat, and increase muscle mass and strength in men.
Ashwagandha is known to boost testosterone levels in men and maintain hormonal balance in women. It is also associated with enhancing sperm count and motility.