Ashwagandha, popularly referred to as the “winter cherry”, is known for its anti-stress properties and is rich in adaptogens. Unlike stimulant ginseng, this herb has hypnotic and soothing properties. It is one of the few anti-anxiety adaptogens used for anxiety disorders, insomnia, and mild obsessive-compulsive disorder. Ashwagandha is also suitable for improving the functioning of the nervous system. Translated from Latin, ashwagandha means “bringing sleep.” Moreover, the name “ashwagandha” comes from Sanskrit. Word combinations: ashva means horse and gandha means smell. The root of the plant has an intense aroma that is described as a horse scent.
Recommendations for use:
- Conditions with an imbalance of the VATA dosha
- General breakdown
- Nervous exhaustion
- The period of rehabilitation after injuries and debilitating diseases
- Wasting in children
- Problems of old age
- Muscle weakness
- Memory impairment
- Sexual weakness
- Multiple sclerosis
- Skin diseases
- Labored breathing
Mode of application:
1-2 drops. 2 times a day with warm milk, one hour before meals.
Can be used as a tonic with Brahmi.
For heart diseases – with ghee (ghee) or Arjuna.
With urolithiasis and chronic inflammatory processes of the urinary tract – in combination with Gokshuradi Guggul.
It is good to use tsp as a sedative. Ashwagandha with 1 Brahmi tablet and tsp Jatamansi.
As a fortifying agent, you must take 1 tsp. Ashwagandha with 2 tablets of Shilajit (mumiyo).
For children under 5 years of age, take up to a quarter of the adult dose. From 5 to 10 years – from a quarter to half the dose of an adult. It is an analogue of the drug Stresskom.
Increased intracranial pressure, high Ama (toxins, undigested food), pronounced congestion. Some hormonal disorders.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging, in a dry place out of reach of children, protected from light.
Packaging 60 capsules of 500 mg
This product is not a medical product.