Organic Ashwagandha powder, 100g

R 239.00


Ashwagandha is one of the main adaptogenic herbs used in Ayurveda practice for thousands of years. It has been valued for its numerous health benefits: balancing thyroid function and hormones, boosting libido, anti-inflammatory properties, boosting immune system and anti-stress and anti-depressant properties.

Ingredients: Organic Ashwagandha powder (Withania Somnifera)

Direction top use: Start with 3g – 6g a day – about 1/8 tsp. Slowly increase to 1/2 tsp or more.
The powder of Ashwagandha can be added/mixed with any liquid, yogurt, smoothies and even cooked meals and soups.
Having a hot drink that contains a teaspoon of powdered Ashwagandha before bedtime is said to help people suffering from insomnia and anxiety.

  • 100% Vegan
  • 100% Organically grown and harvested
  • 100% Naturally Dietary Food

More about Ashwagandha:
The plant of Ashwagandha is a part of the nightshades and is native to India. It is also called Indian Ginseng due to its very similar properties with Gingeng.
The most commonly used part of the plant are its roots and sometimes leaves.
Fresh Ashwagandha root has a horse like smell and it is believed that consuming it will help develop the strength and vitality of a horse.
Ashwagandha is an one of the most revived and widely used herbs in Ayurvedic medicine because of its adaptogenic properties and many health benefits such as:

  • Improves thyroid function
  • Relieves adrenal fatigue
  • Combats stress and anxiety
  • Improves depression
  • Balances blood sugar levels
  • Helps to fight cancer
  • Reduces brain cell degeneration and improves memory
  • Boosts immune function
  • Increases stamina and endurance
  • Helps to increase muscle strength
  • Helps to improve sexual function and fertility in both men and women

Did you know?
Ashwagandha, Maca and Ginseng are very similar herbal supplements.
The difference is in their tastes, areas where they grow and recommended dosage.
This ancient Ayurveda herb has horse-like, bitter taste and is native to India, while Maca has nutty, Horlicks- like taste and grows in South America. Ginseng originates in China and has a spicy-bitter taste.