You must be aware of the word "Ashwagandha", it is a shrub that grows
generally in India, the middle east and some part of Africa. It is a well-known
and ancient medical herb. Its roots and fruits are used in several medicines
for hundreds of years. You might not know that this herb is also known as
“Indian Ginseng or winter cherry”. Its name has a significant meaning: It
smells like horses, hence it has given the name “Ashwagandha”. “Ashwa” means
horses and “Gandha” means smell. Besides that its scientific name is Withania
somnifera. This shrub has several benefits; let us discuss them in brief.
What are the major benefits & uses of Ashwagandha?
This shrub is very useful and beneficial. It is used in various
medicines and medical treatments. Let use check-out in short:
·This herb is used to reduce the anxiety as it has calming
·Besides that, it is considered as the best pain reliever. It
acts on the nervous system and prevents the signals of pain to be sent to the
·Furthermore, it also possesses anti-inflammatory properties.
·This herb is also used in the cure of various
·A prescribed intake of it helps you to get over the chest pain.
·If you are a patient of higher blood-pressure then you must make
Ashwagandha your best friend.
·Higher cholesterol can also be controlled by using Ashwagandha.
·It is used in the prevention of slowing down of the brain
·The best thing is that Ashwagandha can stop the growth of cells
responsible for cancer. But it is true only in some types of cancer.
·It also works as an immunity booster. If you take it regularly, it
will increase immunity of your body.
·It also helps you to fight with the stress as it reduces the
·This herb also helps in increasing the fertility in men as it
can boost the testosterone.
·It helps in the lowering of sugar levels in the body.
·It helps in increasing the muscles and the mass strength in the
·It also helps in increasing the memory of the brain. It increase power of
·It is used in the cure of different injuries as well.
Where it is used?
Ashwagandha is used in the treatment of different diseases. Here
some of them are mentioned.
Is there any side-effect of Ashwagandha?
Your body can easily tolerate the intake of a medium and small
dose of Ashwagandha. But for pregnant women, it is advised to avoid
Ashwagandha. The reason behind this: It can cause their delivery earlier than
Does Ashwagandha cause hair loss?
Ashwaganda helps to maintain the cortisol level, hence it is
true. It can cause hair loss.
These were the uses, benefits,
and properties of the herb “Ashwagandha”. You can use it for different
purposes. It includes a healthy lifestyle and the cure of different diseases.
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