One of the most essential & highly revered Ayurvedic herbs, Ashwagandha root has been used in India for over 3,000 years. Considered an adaptogen, this daily supplement has the ability to improve the body’s stress response, elevate mood & improve concentration. Ayurveda teaches that this super root bestows the stamina & vitality of a horse, providing a boost in energy & even the male libido. This herb is best for vata dosha or people seeking a warming, strengthening, adaptogenic herbal remedy.
To learn more about Ashwagandha, read our blog post, The many benefits of Ashwagandha, The King of Ayurvedic Herbs
SIZE: 9 oz glass jar. Approximately 67 servings.
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In AM, mix 1/2 tsp Ashwagandha powder into ½ cup tepid water & drink.
In PM, mix ½ tsp Ashwagandha powder into ½ cup warm milk, add a dash of nutmeg & enjoy!
Add into smoothies, teas, elixirs, coffee, baking & other food preparations.
For other ways to include Ashwagandha into your daily ritual, read our blog post, Ayurvedic Breakfast Recipes for Your Dosha: Begin Your Day with Health & Wellness.
Caring for your products:
Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Avoid contamination by keeping moisture out of the jar. Close lid tightly after each use.
Life of your products:
Since there are no preservatives, please use within 6-8 months.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogen, meaning that it supports the body’s ability to withstand stress and anxiety. In Ayurveda, the Sanskrit term for adaptogen is rasayana. Rasayanas help replenish the tissues of the body and are recommended when one is feeling weak, debilitated or low in ojas (strength and vigor). Rasayanas, like ashwagandha also calm the nervous system and ease feelings of anxiousness and overwhelm which can occur when one is feeling an increase in vata dosha.
To learn more, read our blog post, The Many Benefits of Ashwagandha, the King of Ayurvedic Herbs.