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Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a delicate medium-sized shrub. It is native to India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. It is sometimes called the "queen of Ayurveda" because it has been used in traditional Indian medicine for centuries to treat a wide variety of ailments. The pharmacopoeial raw material is mainly the root – a rich source of unique steroidal lactones called withanolides. They structurally resemble ginsenosides found in ginseng (hence the term "Indian ginseng").
Ashwagandha is considered an adaptogenic plant. It helps the body to adapt to adverse conditions and increases resistance to stressors. According to the researchers, the withanolides found in the root of the plant favor the stabilization of HPA axis activity and reduce the level of cortisol – a stress hormone. People who regularly use ashwagandha notice that in case of excess tension, it exerts a calming effect, soothes nerves, and promotes a feeling of relaxation. On the other hand, during periods of exhaustion and lack of energy, it adds vitality and vigor. Besides, it helps to inhibit “racing thoughts", reduces the time needed to fall asleep, and may contribute to the improvement of sleep quality.
Ashwagandha has considerable health-promoting potential. It may help to increase the body's immunity. Studies on an animal model have shown that Ashwagandha extracts stimulate NK cell activity and reduce inflammation in the body. Besides, withanolides and flavonoids present in the root are strong antioxidants. They scavenge free radicals out of the body and reduce the risk of oxidative stress, which is important in the prevention of civilization diseases and preventing premature aging. Withanolides are also credited with antibacterial, anti-cancer, and antihypertensive properties.
In summary, BeOrganic Ashwagandha is comprehensive support for the body. It works perfectly during periods of stress and it may also be helpful in case of sleep disorders and a decrease in psychophysical performance. The powdered form is an ideal alternative to capsules.
Ashwagandha root has a specific taste and smell, but the suggested portion (3g) should not significantly affect the value of the dish to which it was added. The powdered form is great for people who have trouble swallowing capsules.
Asses your body response to ashwagandha. Some people experience an increase in energy levels upon its consumption, so they prefer to take it in the morning. Others, in turn, observe easier falling asleep and better sleep quality, so late afternoon or evening will be the best time for them to take ashwagandha.
Ashwagandha can be taken even for a long period, although it is worth taking breaks. After about 6-8 weeks of continuous use, you should stop taking it for about 1 month.
BeOrganic is one of the dynamically developing companies, whose offer is adapted to the constantly changing needs of the dynamic food and supplementation market. The offer of the brand is based primarily on organic products, rich in many health-promoting ingredients. They are produced in compliance with the standards for organic food.
A large part of the offer is directed not only to fans of bioproducts but to a much wider group of consumers. It is worth mentioning that a large part of the products was deprived of any genetically modified ingredients and they are suitable for people on a vegan and vegetarian diet because no ingredients of animal origin were used during their production. All this is crowned with incredible diligence for packaging, thus arousing a sense of care for the needs of the consumer.
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|per 1 portion (3 g)||amount||%DV|
|Energy value||1153 kJ / 275 kcal||14%|
|including saturated fats||0 g||0%|
|including sugars||11 g||12%|
Organic ground ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera)100%.
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