Ashwagandha 60 caps

Ashwagandha 60 caps

Ashwagandha is one of the most versatile herbs in Ayurveda and revered for its rejuvenating and restorative benefits.

Ashwagandha 60 caps 60 caps
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2 bottles $ 31.88 $ 63.76
3 bottles $ 30.19 $ 5.08  savings $ 90.56
4 bottles $ 29.61 $ 9.07  savings $ 118.45


Classified as ‘Rasayana’ in Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is attributed to have anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, calming, immunity boosting, arresting the ageing process, revitalizing the body in debilitated conditions, augmenting body’s ability to resist harmful effects of stress, and creating a sense of mental wellbeing. Here’s how the herb’s properties work for your body’s benefit. Anti-stress: Chronic stress has immense negative effects on the body and mind. It can lead to fatigue, headaches, muscle pains, impaired metabolism, stomach upsets, lowered ability to fight infections & disease, hormonal imbalance, sexual dysfunction, impaired fertility levels, anxiousness, inability to focus and long standing problems of heart and blood vessels. Rejuvenate and Anti-oxidant: Ashwagandha has been in use since centuries as a general health tonic with rejuvenative properties making oneself feel stronger and healthier. Known for its ability to improve energy, endurance and stamina, Ashwagandha is traditionally used to restore strength in general debility and chronic illness. This herb is said to have powerful antioxidants that is responsible for its anti-stress, cognitive-facilitating, anti-aging effects. Immunomodulatory: Ashwagandha has profound effects on strengthening body’s defense against infections and diseases. Anti-inflammatory: Ashwagandha offers anti-inflammatory effects by targeting key pro-inflammatory substances in the body. Either alone or in combination with other herbs, Ashwagandha is used extensively in a variety of rheumatological conditions

How To Take

Please consult your physician to prescribe the dosage that best suits the condition.


Ashwagandha is made up of steroidal lactones or withanolides, including withanolide A, withaferin A and withanone. These structures are unique to ashwagandha and have different medicinal effects. Some parts of the plant contain more of these compounds than others, so when you are choosing an ashwagandha extract, you should pay attention to where it comes from. Leaf extracts usually contain higher levels of withaferin A, which is used to kill cancer cells and has cytotoxic effects. For all other health conditions, you should be using ashwagandha root extracts. When taken in appropriate doses, ashwagandha has been regarded as safe for human consumption. Some possible side effects of ashwagandha include upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhea. If you notice any of these side effects, stop taking the herb right away. Ashwagandha should never be used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, as there is some evidence it may induce miscarriages and there is no available safety information about breastfeeding while on ashwagandha. People using diabetes medications, blood pressure medications, medications that suppress the immune system, sedatives or medications for thyroid problems should not use ashwagandha unless they’ve consulted with their doctor first. Because the herb also works to modify these conditions, there may be adverse interactions. It is possible that ashwagandha could increase symptoms of autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. If you are going to have surgery that requires anesthesia, you should stop taking ashwagandha at least two weeks beforehand in case the herb further slows down your central nervous system.