Organic Ashwagandha 4oz

Organic Ashwagandha 4oz


Pronounciation - ash·​wa·​gan·​dha | \ˌä-shwə-ˈgän-də

  • USDA Organic Certified & Non-GMO

  • 100% Pure and Non-irradiated

  • Extracting/Drying Method: Shade-dried

  • Kosher

  • Raw

  • Vegan

  • Country of Origin: India

Health Function*

Supports a healthy immune system

Calms mental processes

Adrenal support

Cardiovascular supportBenefits a healthy reproductive system in both males and females

Immune support Sustains energy levels, strength, and vitality, including muscular support*

Your Tree of Lif3 Organic Ashwagandha powder comes in a resealable bag. Please keep airtight for optimum freshness

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More on Ashwagandha

While ashwagandha may be best known for its ability to soothe stress and anxiety, it also has a reputation as an invigorating tonic that counteracts various types of inflammation, including arthritis.— Brenda Adderly, Better Nutrition, September 2001

For more than 4000 years Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)  has been used in Ayurvedic medicine. Compounds called withanolides are believed to account for the many of its time-honored Indian medicinal applications.

Ashwagandha has been traditionally used for stimulating the immune system and improving overall wellbeing. It builds marrow, muscle, increases red blood count and is thought to support healthy blood sugar levels.

Ashwagandha may also help promote a healthy sleep, calming the nerves and easing the mind. It may also be helpful for supporting memory and cognitive health in the elderly.*

Suggested Use

Serving size 1/2 tsp

  • Add Ashwagandha to your morning oatmeal with a pinch of Ceylon cinnamon

  • Add to smoothies

  • Make hot “cocoa” by substituting cocoa with cacao (add a pinch of Cinnamon or Cayenne and some Maca or Ashwagandha to make it extra super!)

Watch this space for more healing benefits and uses of Ashwagandha.

Ashwagandha during Pregnancy or Breastfeeding

Though the herb is traditionally used in India during pregnancy, it is recommended that ashwagandha be avoided in pregnancy in the West; this is because of its spasmolytic activity on the uterus, and its induction of abortions in animals when given in very large doses.

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