Ashwagandha - a revered ancient wonder-root - can help combat anxiety and stress.We know, we know… the word sounds like someone sneezing. But, that name has been revered for ages as a vital herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Modern science agrees that it is a potent anti-stress agent and what the ancients called a “nerve tonic.” At KOS, we are cheerleaders for anything that calms our nervous systems as we navigate our way through the minefield of stimuli we call modern living.
Ashwagandha is an “adaptogen”; a substance that can fight hormonal stress, reduce anxiety and depression, boost energy and attack free radicals.
Difficult to say but having its day
Ashwagandha - a mouthful to pronounce - may well be a mouthful of healing plant power as well. Revered in Ayurvedic traditional medicine, its reputation for thousands of years has been as a booster of general, vibrant health. Modern science is researching its abilities to increase stamina, suppress stress hormones, improve cognition and protect the nervous system.* This 3000 year-old staple of the Ayurvedic medicine cabinet has earned scientific respect despite its generally unpronounceable name.
Nature's super shrub
Ashwagandha has been a revered staple of Ayurvedic medicine for generations. No wonder, since it fights stress, oxidation, inflammation and insomnia and might just be an herbal aphrodisiac.* Your mileage may vary, but studies have shown measurable effects on the lucky test subjects’ intimate regions.
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Packaged by weight, not volume. Settling may occur. Made in a facility that may also process eggs, tree nuts, sesame, peanuts, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, and wheat products. This is an organic product and subject to clumping.