Asvagandha Churna अश्वगंधा चूर्ण – With No added Ingredients
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Ashwagandha is an important herb of the Ayurvedic system of medicine. The root of the herb has a distinctive smell that resembles the sweat of a horse, giving it the name Ashwagandha.
|Dimensions||15 × 15 × 15 cm|
3-6 gm. ( as directed by physician)
100 Gms., 200 Gms.
Withania somnifera ( Ashwagandha) rt.
Asvagandha is an important herb of the Ayurvedic system of medicine. It is also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry. The root of the herb has a distinctive smell that resembles the sweat of a horse, giving it the name Ashwagandha. In the Ayurvedic textbook ‘Bhavaprakasha’, the properties of Ashwagandha are illustrated in below shloka:
गन्धान्ता वाजिनामादिरश्वगन्धा हयाद्वया। वराहकर्णी वरदा बलदा कुष्ठगन्धिनी ||
अश्वगन्धाऽनिलश्लेष्मश्वित्रशोथक्षयापहा । बल्या रसायनी तिक्ता कपायोष्णाऽतिशुक्रला ॥ -भावप्रकाश
Ashwagandha is known to provide aid in managing problems associated with stress and anxiety due to its Rasayana (Rejuvenating) and Vata balancing properties. These properties may also help in diabetes management. It also has Vajikarana (aphrodisiac) property which helps in improving stamina. Root powder of Ashwagandha can be taken with milk. It is used as a nervine tonic for various nerve-related problems. It provides aid in the management of stress and anxiety. It stabilizes the body’s response to stressful conditions.
One important precaution with Ashwagandha is that it should be avoided during pregnancy as it might increase uterine contractions.
What are the synonyms of Ashwagandha?
Withania somnifera, Indian Ginseng, Ajagandha, Vajigandha, Winter Cherry, Varahkarni, Asgandha
What is the source of Ashwagandha?