Julyherb Supply Pure Organic Ashwagandha Powder and Root Extract

What is ashwagandha?

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), also known as Indian Ginseng, is an herb used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India. Its root has a horsey smell and is said to confer the strength and virility of a horse. In Sanskrit, ashva means “horse” and gandha means “smell.” Various parts of the plant are used, but the most common supplemental form is an extract of its roots.  Ashwagandha is classified as an adaptogen, meaning it’s purported to enhance the body’s resilience to stress. Rodent and cell culture studies suggest that ashwagandha provides a wide range of health benefits,but there is a lack of direct evidence in humans to support most of these effects.

Ashwagandha powder

What else is Ashwagandha known as?

Ashwagandha benefits

Note that Ashwagandha is also known as:

  • Withania Somnifera
  • Indian Ginseng
  • Smell of Horse
  • Winter Cherry
  • Dunal Solanaceae

Ashwagandha should not be confused with:

  • Withania coagulans (Different Plant)

So what does ashwagandha do? Research shows that it can help in several ways:

  • Normalizes cortisol levels, which reduces the stress response.
  • Reduces inflammation.
  • Reduces cancer risks.
  • Improves memory.
  • Improves immune function and anti-aging properties.
  • Eases stress and anxiety.

How to Take Ashwagandha Supplements?

Ashwagandha roots and berries can be consumed for their medical properties, but typically, you find ashwagandha in supplement capsules or in tablet, gummy, powder, tincture and tea form.

How to take ashwagandha?

The dosage of ashwagandha and the way people use it depends on the condition they are hoping to treat. There is no standard dosage based on modern clinical trials.  Different studies have used different dosages. Some researchTrusted Source suggests that taking 250–600 mg per day can reduce stress. Other studies have used much higher dosages.  Capsule dosages often contain between 250 and 1,500 mg of ashwagandha. The herb comes in the form of a capsule, powder, and liquid extract.  In some cases, taking high doses can cause unpleasant side effects. It is best to speak with a healthcare professional about safety and dosage before taking any new herbal supplements, including ashwagandha.

Packing & Storage:

Pack in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
Net Weight: 25kgs/paper-drum.
1kg-5kgs plastic bag inside with aluminum foil bag outsid.
Net Weight: 20kgs-25kgs/paper-drum
Store in a well-closed container away from ture and light.