Ashwagandha Root (1 oz)
ADAPTOGENIC | NEUROPROTECTIVE | NERVINE
Let Yourself Relax And Feel Great With This Long-Used Herb! Used in traditional Ayurveda for centuries, Ashwagandha Root may help to alleviate stress and regulate homeostasis.
USDA Organic | Non-GMO | Vegan | No Synthetic or Artificial Colors | Alcohol Free Tincture | Dairy Free | Nut Free | Gluten & Wheat Free | Celiac Friendly | Soy Free | Corn Free | Sugar Free | Made in a GMP Facility
Ashwagandha Root (Withania somnifera), has been used in traditional Ayurveda for centuries. Sometimes referred to as the “Royal Herb” for its wide range of suggested effects in traditional use, this root is said to smell like a horse (“ashwa” in Sanskrit), and it was believed that consuming it gave you the power of a horse. In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha Root is often served as a Rasayana, an herbal preparation thought to promote a youthful state of health and happiness. An important traditional use of this herb is as a Nervine — one of a group of plants that are traditionally known to have a soothing and supporting effect on the mind and nervous system. In addition to its traditional use, Ashwagandha has been found to be an adaptogen that may help to alleviate stress and regulate homeostasis, while as a neuroprotective herb, it may support the nervous system. Let yourself relax and feel great with this long-used herb!
Each bottle comes with 60 servings.
INGREDIENTS & USE
Per Serving (0.5 mL): Organic Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) Root. Other Ingredients: Organic Glycerin and Purified Water.
All Ingredients are Vegan and Non-GMO!
Suggested Use: Shake well before use. Take up to 15 drops (0.5 mL) 1 to 3 times a day, or as recommended by a physician or healthcare professional. Can be taken directly by mouth or added to water.
This product CONTAINS: Ashwagandha, a member of the Nightshade family! If you have a sensitivity to nightshades, this product may not be for you! Consult your physician or healthcare professional to see if this product is suitable for your health.
NOTE: Herbal products may interfere with certain medications or complicate health conditions. If you are taking any medications, suffer from any health complications, are under the age of 12 or over the age of 65, or are pregnant or lactating, please consult with a physician or healthcare professional prior to use.
Keep out of reach of children in case of accidental overdose or choking.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Q: What is the Organic Glycerin Made from?
A: Our Organic Glycerin is derived from Rapeseed, a yellow flowering plant in the mustard family Brassicaceae.
Q: Why make a glycerin-based herbal rather than alcohol-based?
A: These botanicals are made through dynamic processes, extracting heat-sensitive compounds with glycerin. This allows for more bioavailability of the organic compounds found in the herbs that would otherwise be denatured and rendered inert by alcohol. Additionally, by making our tinctures alcohol-free, we aim to make a more inclusive product for all!
Q: What are Adaptogenic herbs?
A: Adaptogenic herbs are aptly described by their name, as they assist the body in adapting to different stressors, and support the body’s ability to maintain its natural homeostasis.
Q: What is a Nervine herb?
A: Herbs which are known to soothe and support the nerves are called Nervines. These calming herbs soothe the mind and support the nervous system.
Q: What is a Neuroprotective herb?
A: Neuroprotective refers to the preservation of neuronal structure and brain health. Phytochemicals from medicinal plants play an important part in the brain’s maintenance of chemical balance, influencing neurotransmitters and aiding in the preservation of neuronal structure and function.
Q: What is the content of Ashwagandha Root in this product?
A: While this is a proprietary blend (and thus we cannot disclose the amounts of Ashwagandha Root in the product), this is also just a difficult question to answer! Most of our herbal products are glycerites, which means that the botanicals are steeped in glycerin to extract the beneficial constituents and compounds contained in the botanical(s).
Rather than thinking of it like a recipe, where a certain amount of x is added to y, it may be easier to think of it like a tea bag steeped in hot water. The tea it produces doesn't contain what was contained in the tea bag (otherwise you're drinking small bits of whatever was in your tea bag!), but the steeping process pulls flavors, aromatics, and various compounds from the bag of tea. The process of creating a glycerite herbal product is similar to this!