- Promotes a feeling of calmness and relaxation
- Supports a healthy, natural response to daily stress
- Enhances mental and physical vitality
What is Ashwagandha?
You might know Ashwagandha by one of its many other names including Winter Cherry or Indian Ginseng. This natural supplement originally comes from the Ashwagandha plant, which is a member of the Nightshade family. Ashwagandha is commonly used in ayurvedic treatments, which is native to India, with the root of the plant providing the active ingredients.
As a complementary health product, Ashwagandha takes its name from the Sanskrit meaning related to a "horses smell", probably due to the earthy smell of the natural root.
What is Ashwagandha used for?
Ashwagandha is reported to have many uses and is claimed to provide great benefit to overall health and wellbeing. One of the most beneficial areas of use for Ashwagandha is in the support of the mind and body.
Herbalists have long valued the addition of Ashwagandha as a supportive addition to a healthy balanced diet. And as with many traditional Indian therapies, Ashwagandha has been used for centuries to maintain a natural balance and give an overall health supplement to those using it as a complement to their diet.
What is the Recommended Dosage of Swanson Ashwagandha?Ashwagandha is supplied in easy to swallow capsules, allowing you to add it into your diet quickly and easily as part of your daily routine. Each Swanson Ashwagandha capsule provides 450mg of pure Ashwagandha root, and a serving of 2 capsules, one to two times per day, is recommended. Ashwagandha is now available in a quantity of 100 capsules, making it an economical addition to your daily diet.
Swanson Ashwagandha Special Precautions!
Ashwagandha contains Gelatine, making it unsuitable for vegetarians. Other ingredients may include microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate and silica. It is essential that you check with your doctor before embarking on any new or complementary health supplements, and always ensure that any natural supplement intake is assessed.
Remember that natural therapies carry a risk of contraindications when combined with various treatments and conditions. This product is not recommended for pregnant women or if you are breastfeeding.