Ashwaganda

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What Is Ashwagandha Nootropic? Withania somnifera or Ashwagandha is a shrub known as the winter cherry, Indian ginseng, or poison gooseberry. The plant is in the Solanaceae or nig...More

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What Is Ashwagandha Nootropic?

Withania somnifera or Ashwagandha is a shrub known as the winter cherry, Indian ginseng, or poison gooseberry. The plant is in the Solanaceae or nightshade family and is used as a medicinal herb and dietary supplement. Ashwagandha has been used for around 6,000 years in Ayurveda (the traditional system used to treat ailments in India).

How to Use Ashwagandha Powder Nootropics?

Traditionally, the roots, leaves, seeds or flowers are dried, crushed and mixed with water to form a paste or soaked in water to create a tonic. You can apply the paste formed from powdering the roots locally to reduce inflammation and treat ulcers of carbuncles. You can also use it to treat a range of other ailments, including boils, colic, pimples, piles and worms. It's even used together with other medicines to counter the effects of certain snake venoms and scorpion stings.

The leaves can help with fever and swelling, and the seeds are anthelmintic. The flowers are also astringent, diuretic and have aphrodisiac properties. The entire plant has properties that alter and help the immune system.

The powdered supplement you can buy is usually mixed with ghee, honey or water. You can apply it topically or ingest it by mixing the powder with water, desserts, smoothies or hot beverages.

Ashwagandha Powder Nootropics' Dosage

Different dosages of the Ashwagandha nootropic are used for different ailments. While there are no formal dosage warnings, the general dosage is around 200-500mg daily for a few months. This supplement is not meant for long term daily use.

Note:

While Ashwagandha benefits most people, it's not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women or those with autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes and Hashimoto's thyroiditis or lupus. It's also best to avoid this supplement if you're on medication for your thyroid, blood sugar or blood pressure. Please remember that studies on this herb are limited, and there aren't many, so dosage and benefits might vary and Ashwagandha side effects might not be what you expect.

Where to Buy It?

Chemical Planet is one of the top chemical and supplement vendors on the web. We supply high-quality Ashwagandha in the UK and worldwide. You must be 18 or older to purchase from our site. Our chemicals are not for human or animal consumption but for laboratory use only.

Ashwagandha Legality

Ashwagandha is seen by most governments as a herbal ingredient or food supplement and is legal in most countries around the world. Be sure to check the laws of your country before ordering.

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