Widely recognized as the king of adaptogenic herbs, Ashwagandha has been used for thousands of years to help support a healthy response to stress, promote restful sleep, and enhance mood.
Withania, the active ingredient in Ashwagandha, helps to balance cortisol and DHEA levels in the body. This can even lead to better control over food-induced cravings.
Furthermore, Ashwagandha may help to provide sustained energy, increased memory, and better mental focus.
Why does our Ashwagandha come with a Black Pepper Infusion?
Black pepper contains the chemical piperine. Piperine increases the bioavailability of Ashwahandha. Bioavailability is that a big word that essentially means how much your body can absorb particular nutrients. The piperine in black pepper helps withania, the active Ashwagandha ingredient, pass through your intestinal wall and into your blood stream which is where it needs to be to make the most of its nutrients.
You can take Ashwagandha without black pepper/piperine but the effects will be minimal in comparison. We include piperine in Ashwagandha supplement at no additional cost to help your body fully absorb all the nutritional goodies Ashwagandha has to offer.
Your body produces a chemical known as cortisol or the stress chemical. And each and every time you’re stressed, anxious, or wound just a bit too tight then your body pushes cortisol, a mostly harmful chemical, into your blood stream. Ashwaghanda helps regulate cortisol levels and in doing so greatly relieves stress levels.
The brains contains a protein called amyloid. It helps to produce and repair neurons. Because of diet, genetics, and a variety of factors, amyloid can build up and cause plaque around the brain. This leads to impaired mental functions. Ashwaghanda prohibits excess growth and removes built up amyloid before it becomes harmful. This results in better overall cognitive function, memory, and focus.
An abundance of cortisol in the blood can lead to negative thoughts and fatigue. Ashwagandha doesn't just suppress cortisol levels, it also helps to improve the efficiency of your adrenal gland which results in a more positive mindset and enhanced mood.
It's no accident Ashwagandha is called Indian Ginseng. It doesn't just balance cortisol in the body—it helps to manage DHEA levels as well. This precursor hormone may help to improve althletic performance, speed recovery and increase energy levels.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the side effects of Ashwagandha?
When taken properly most people will never experience any negative effects from Ashwaghanda. However, if taken in deliberate excess or if the person possesses an allergy to Ashwaghanda then an irritated stomach, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting isn’t uncommon. These negative effects are not permanent and you should consult a doctor if these apply to you.
When is the best time to take your Ashwagandha supplement?
For the best results, please take our Ahwagandha supplement with breafast. It should help provide energy throughout the day.
What is the recommended dosage?
1-2 tablets daily for your body to absorb all the unique benefits Ashwagandha has to offer.
What's the expiration date of your Ashwagandha supplement?
Ashwaghanda in powder form can last upwards of 2 years and in tablet or nutritional form it can last indefinitely. However, always go by the expiration date printed on your bottle (usually at the bottom).
What about storage?
In tablet form you can store Ashwaghanda with your other daily vitamins. It will last the longest in a cool, dry place.
Is it safe for pregnant women?
While many pregnant women take Ashwaghanda to help reduce stress and aid hormone balance, it still isn’t recommended during certain trimesters. We don’t recommend you maintain regular Ashwaghanda doses without talking to your doctor first.
Who shouldn't use Ashwagandha?
Generally, pregnant women should consult with a doctor before taking Ashwaghanda and those with allergies to Ashwaghanda. Ashwaghanda can help support healthy blood sugar levels but should not be taken by people already taking medicine for blood sugar. Consult a doctor if you experience nausea, diarrhea, or an upset stomach.
How many servings per bottle?
There are 30 servings per bottles (60 tablets).