ASHWAGANDHA IS YOUR HOMEOSTASIS HOMIE, KEEPING THE BODY SERENE AND BALANCED WHEN IT MOST WANTS TO STRESS.
Ashwagandha. Try to say it three times fast and you will already be in need of the stress relief it offers. This syllable-laden shrub is an "adaptogen"; a naturally found substance that helps the body establish and maintain physiological equilibrium. A staple in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, the potent little overachiever is also anti-arthritic, anti-oxidant, and a helpmate to cognition.
CHILL FROM WITHIN
A 2012 study found that a control group that took ashwagandha supplements were shown to have reduced cortisol levels. Cortisol is the hormone whose presence indicates a stress reaction.
HINTS OF A CANCER ANSWER
Sloan Kettering Cancer Center research indicates that the mechanism by which Ashwagandha pushes back against cancer may have to do with a sapping of the cancer cell's energy, disabling or slowing its reproductive capacity. And cancer cells ony exist to reproduce.
SLOW THE AGING PROCESS AT THE ROOT
Ashwagandha root extract is jammed with polyphenols; antioxidant power that reduces the day-to-day cellular damage caused by roaming free radicals. We know some of this cellular damage by a singular misnomer: aging.
TAKE TWO WITHANOLIDE AND CALL ME IN THE MORNING
Withanolide is a naturally ocurring steroid, and ashwagandha is chock full of the stuff. So what? Your aching joints, that's what. Pain and swelling associated with arthritis have responded very favorably to ashwagandha, as reported by the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine.
GABA DABBA DO!
Studies show ashwagandha having a potent effect on insomnia, as well as on neuronal levels of GABA; a neurotransmitter associated with improved memory, brain function and intelligence.
LENDING A HAND TO A TROUBLED GLAND
Thyroid and adrenal problems alike respond very positively to the systemic presence of ashwagandha in the body. Traditional Eastern cultures place much stock in the adrenal gland's role in robust general health and mental well-being, and curiously enough, ashwagandha helps with both overactive and underactive thyroid issues.
LOVE POTION FOR THE AGES
Why is ashwagandha known as (among other handles) herbal Viagra? Three guesses. Ashwagandha's nitric oxide-boosting effects enhance male performance, and the plant has thus been used for a thousand years as a traditional treatment for impotence. Ashwagandha has also been known to increase "sensation" in both men and women, making it a handy and potent aphodisiac. You might not guess this while staring down at the diminutive Withania somnifera shrub in its natural habitiat. But you know what they say about books and covers.
Ashwagandhas anti-diabetic effects derive from its surfeit of flavonoids. Research shows that flavonoids seem to mediate blood sugar levels in a clinical setting.
ELABORATE WORD FOR AN ELABORATE HEALING AGENT
Ashwagandha lives up to its name, and then some. Revered in Ayurvedic traditional medicine circles as a Rasayana (tonic), its general reputation for thousands of years has been as a booster of general, vibrant health; but its very particular healing properties have also long been venerated. In clinical research settings, ashwagandha extract increases stamina, and suppresses the production of acids and cortisol associated with sysemic stress in situation requiring periods of physical endurance. Neurologically, ashwagandha really moves mountains, promoting cognition in children with memory deficit and in older folks suffering incrementnal memory loss. Its contribution to the actual formation of dendrites in nerve cells makes it a subject of intense research scrutiny in the areas of neurodegenerative diseases like Huntington's, Parkinson's, and Alzeimer's. Anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, and subject of burgeoning cancer studies, this 3000 year-old staple of Ayurvedic medicine has the added benefit of a generally unpronounceable name.
CLARIFIED SUPER BUTTER
In cultures accustomed to its everyday use, ashwagandha is produced as a fine filtered powder, and typically mixed with water, clarified butter or honey. Among many other helpful roles it plays in human physiology, ashwagandha improves reproductive system function, promoting a healthy reproductive model, (so to speak). A well-known adaptogen, ashwagandha also expands the body's ability to absorb stress. Its potent antioxidant properties stand guard against the cellular damage caused by roaming free radicals and the oxidative stress they bring with such ruinous panache.
ASHWAGANDHA. GO AHEAD. SAY IT.
Yes, this tongue-twisting traditional medicine staple has beenover the milleniaall things to all people; as is often the case with something named this extravagantly. Thyroid repair, adrenal love, blood sugar mediation and depressive anxiety relief? Check! Brain cell rescue, immune system-jacking, cancer cell bullying, muscle mass-increasing and sexual function-healing? Yes, yes. Check, already! The word ashwagandha comes from Sanskrit and literally means "horse smell", because of what the plant smells like on close inspection in the wild. It should come, then, as no surprise that traditional medicine practitioners through time have likewise long held that ashwagandha provides the strength and stamina of a horse to the user.
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