Acts on Nervous System reduces Anxiety, Improves Sleep.
Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry, does just about everything when it comes to improving health.
Positive Effects on Mood and Stress:-
One of Ashwagandha’s most prized benefits is its positive effects on stress, anxiety, and mood.
Multiple studies have shown that taking a high-potency extract of Ashwagandha for five days produced anxiety-relieving effects.
Promotes Sleep and Enhances Neurocognition:- High-potency extracts of the plant have shown a remarkable ability to induce deep and restful sleep.
Ashwagandha is an herb that has neuroprotective and anti-oxidant properties.
Research shows it may provide support in a wide range of areas:*
–> Enhancement of short-term memory, spatial memory, reaction time, and cognition; protection of the hippocampus (area of the brain critical to the formulation of short-term memory)
–> Increased levels of calming neurotransmitters by mimicking GABA (one of the brain’s primary calming neurotransmitters.
->Blocking the uptake of opiates (Excessive levels of opiates flooding the brain from mal-digested gluten and casein is theorized to be a contributing factor to autism;
Ashwagandha is also being studied as alternative support for opiate addiction.)
> Reduction of cortisol levels (Excessive levels of cortisol from chronic stress and disruption of the endocrine system due to man-made chemicals and products can interfere with sleep and neurological development and contribute to issues such as short-term memory impairment, anxiety, OCD, and depression.)
–> Improves cognition, memory, and reaction time for individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
How To Take It:-
1 tsp powder with milk daily once before sleeping.
How much time you will see the Improvement? – Small Improvements can be observed in 10 days.
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