Ashwagandha belongs to the pepper family and is found in India and Africa. Ashwagandha roots and leaves are used medicinally. Health applications for ashwagandha in traditional Indian medicine and Ayurvedic are wide.

Ayurveda is composed of two Sanskrit words: Ayu which means life, "and Veda, which means 'knowledge.' For more than 1,000 years, KSM-66 organic ashwagandha has been very valuable as a treatment for weakness, infertility, stress, and arthritis.

Shoots and seedlings are also used in India as food and milk thickened, in the West; researchers have focused on isolating one or two active ingredients in each herb.

In the tradition of Ayurveda, however, the entire plant is used on the assumption that all the compounds in the plant intended to work together.

Therefore, various activities in many different body systems, ashwagandha has long been renowned as a tonic whole that can improve the health and vitality, like ginseng. Ashwagandha twigs had been chewed to clean the teeth, and the smoke from the plant has been inhaled to relieve toothache.

The use of Ashwagandha:










mental function


In general, tonic like Ashwagandha is believed to strengthen and fortify the body making it more able to withstand stressful situations. In other words, it helps the body to maintain balance, even during difficult times.