Ashwagandha is used for:-
Ashwagandha is used to reduce levels of fat and sugar in the blood. Reducing side effects associated with medications called antipsychotics. Antipsychotics are used to treat schizophrenia but they can cause levels of fat and sugar in the blood to increase. It is also used to reduce side effects of medications used to treat cancer and schizophrenia. For other conditions. More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of ashwagandha for these uses.
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Ashwagandha - Extract
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Ashwagandha is also used as an "adaptogen" to help the body cope with daily stress, and as a general tonic.
A 300 mg twice daily after food for 60 days appears to improve symptoms of stress.
Ashwagandha contains chemicals that might help calm the brain, reduce swelling (inflammation), lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system. Source:- webmd.com
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In Ayurvedic, Indian, and Unani medicine, ashwagandha is described as "Indian ginseng." Ashwagandha is also used in traditional African medicine for a variety of ailments.
The name Ashwagandha is from the Sanskrit language and is a combination of the word ashva, meaning horse, and gandha, meaning smell. The root has a strong aroma that is described as "horse-like."
Don't confuse ashwagandha with Physalis alkekengi. Both are known as winter cherry.