Ashwagandha

Review Ashwagandha Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Ashwagandha Root, Winter cherry, Indian ginseng 
Botanical Name:  Withania somnifera 
Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  None
Ashwagandha Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions for how to use this herb.
Ashwagandha Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

Ashwagandha Root Benefits & Information

Ashwagandha root has clusters of yellow flowers and produces red fruit the size of a berry. It is a member of the Solancacea (nightshade) plant family which includes includes popular egetables as tomatoes, potatoes and eggplant, along with flowers like petunias.  This plant is from the time of Ayurveda, the ancient system of Indian medicine.  Ashwagandha boosts the immune system, benefits the endocrine system, promotes normal thyroid funcion, may benefit male reproductive function, promotes a calm mood, benefits healthy glucose levels, supports the blood and circulatory systems, and benefits muscles and endurance.  It has anti-inflammatory, sedative, antibacterial, antimicrobial and astringent properties.  Ashwaganha root can be used as a tonic.
Naturally Occurring Chemical Components:  Alkaloids, Isopellertierine, Anferine, Steroidal lactones, Withanolides, Withaferins, Saponins

Herbs That Combine With Ashwagandha

Lemon Balm     Goji Berry     Echinacea Pupurea     Licorice     Tumeric     Rhodiola     Ginger

Resources:  https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/health-benefits-of-ashwagandha-or-indian-ginseng.html, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Ashwagandha-Cid1159