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Organic Ashwagandha Roots (Organic Withania Somnifera Roots)


Organic Ashwagandha Roots (Organic Withania Somnifera Roots)

Details :

  • Trade Name : Ashwagandha, Ashwakandika
  • English Name : Cluster Winter Cherry, Indian Ginseng
  • Botanical Name : Withania Somnifera

 

Ashwagandha belongs to the  Solanaceae  family and its scientific name is  Withania somnifera. It is also known as Indian ginseng or winter  cherry. In Sanskrit, it is known by the name Ashwagandha, which means the odor of a horse. It is named so because of the odor of horse sweat that the roots seem to emanate. The plant originated from  India  and it grows best in dry regions. It is a robust plant that can survive very high temperatures and low temperatures, ranging from 40°C to as low as 10°C. Ashwagandha grows from sea level to an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level.

It has anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidizing, anti-stress,  sleep-inducing and drug withdrawal properties. Many formulations that are made from Ashwagandha improve the musculo-skeletal problems such as arthritis and rheumatism. It also acts as a tonic that boosts energy, and improves overall health and longevity.

The main chemical constituents are  alkaloids  and  steroidal  lactones. These include  tropine  and  cuscohygrine. There are also the alkaloids ashwagandhine, ashwaganidhine, and somniferine, all of which have been identified exclusively in the ashwagandha plant itself.


Features

Brand Name JDG
Place Of Origin Neemuch
English, Sanskrit ,Hindi & Family Name Cluster winter cherry Indian ginseng, Ashwagandha, Ashwakandika, Asagandh, Punir,Solanaceae
Usage Improving body's immune system
Leaves Leaves for fever, painful swellings and ophthalmia
Seed Hypnotic, diuretic, used for coagulating milk