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Ashwagandha Capsules Strong 600mg (Sleep, Relaxation, Adrenal Support)

£6.99

Ashwagandha Capsules Strong 600mg

Highest quality CLEAN Ashwagandha capsules 600mg a capsule, up to 3 daily bringing a total of 1,800 mg of Ashwagandha daily, we use our infamous PROVEN certified organic ashwagandha powder in these capsules, we manufacture our capsules on our own machines, we do not use any fillers or flowing agents in these capsules, they are 100% CLEAN and SAFE and suitable for vegans.

How to use: We suggest taking 2 - 3 capsules a day with water

About Ashwagandha

The Ashwagandha plant, whose scientific name is Withania somnifera, is among the most common and revered herbal plants in Indian Ayurvedic system. Most people refer to it as either “Indian Ginseng” or “Indian Winter Cherry”. The Ashwagandha plant, which grows as a small flowering shrub, is Native to India and its environs. It has been used for the longest time as its history is traced back to over 5000 years ago. The term Ashwagandha roughly means “the odour and stamina of a horse”. The definition is attributed to the fact that it smells like horse sweat once it is ground. Also, it is believed to give one strength similar to that of a horse. It was referred to as a rasayana in traditional Indian medicine system. This is because it falls in the groups of herbal products, foods and nutrients which are believed to enhance one’s youth as well as boost longevity. The aforementioned also boost learning and rehabilitation of a previously fading memory.


Due to their not-so-pleasant taste, different people consumed the powdered roots differently as they tried to add a little bit of flavor. Some mixed with honey while others used milk, all in a bid to try and tone down the unpleasant taste. The powdered roots were also mixed with other Ayurvedic herbs for more superior properties e.g. turmeric and ginger. The root is the most commonly used part of the plant, especially as far as the herbal uses are concerned. The best time to harvest the Ashwagandha root is during fall season when the contents of the root are in their best form. This is after the fruits, which are bright red in color, have ripened; this takes about 5-6 months. The Ashwagandha plant, which grows to a height of about 3 feet, ought to be taken care of especially during harvesting. The Aswagandha roots, which are the most useful parts of the plant, ought to be dried where there is minimal humidity. The most ideal place to dry them is in a dehydrator or an oven.


The Ashwagandha plant thrives best in subtropical and tropical climates. The plant, which is self-pollinating in nature, can be described as an annual plant when planted in optimum temperate climatic conditions. This is why it is mostly grown in the relatively drier parts of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The plant is also does well in certain parts of North Africa, Australia and East Asia. These regions have relative dry soil as they are most prone to the harsh climatic condition. The fact that the plant grows in relatively tough weather also contributes to the properties attributed to the plant.


The bioactive compounds which make the plant special include alkaloids, saponins and steroidal lactones. The aforementioned contribute to the antioxidant, immunomodulatory, inflammatory as well rejuvenating attributes of the plant. Ashwagandha is quite popular among athletes as it helps improve overall joint health. It also helps the muscles recover faster from fatigue and soreness. Ashwagandha also boosts healthy functioning of the nervous system. It also helps in building up of lean muscles.


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