Chiltanpure Organic Ashoo Powder
Ashoo derived from the word Ashwagandha which is small evergreen shrub. It grows in India, Middle East, and some parts of Africa. The root and berry is use for making medicine.
Elaborating Ashwagandha Shrub
Ashwagandha is a member of the Solanaceae family. Most of the people call it as an Indian Ginseng or Winter Cherry. The literal meaning of the word “Ashwagandha” is “smell of horse”.
The Royal Herb
This herb has a central and prominent place in Ayurvedic medicine. Moreover people also call it as a royal herb. It is a multipurpose herb that acts on various systems of the human body like nervous system, immune system, energy-production system, endocrine system and reproductive system. Likewise Ashwagandha is commonly used for relieving stress.
Chiltanpure Organics introduce you a unique but useful Ashoo powder which is made from the finest green shrub of Ashwagandha.
How does it work?
Chiltanpure Ashoo powder contains chemicals that might help calm the brain, reduce swelling (inflammation), lower blood pressure, and boost the immune system. Similarly Ashoo powder seems to boost the immune system.
In addition, taking Ashoo powder along with medications that decrease the immune system might decrease the effectiveness of medications. Not only this but, Ashoo powder might cause sleepiness and drowsiness. Drugs that cause sleepiness and drowsiness are sedatives. Consequently taking Ashoo powder along with sedative medications might cause too much sleepiness.
Benefits on Health
Here are 5 key health benefits of this powerful adaptogen:
Supports adrenal glands to reduce stress and anxiety
Ashoo powder has been shown to support the adrenals via normalising cortisol levels. This reduces the negative effects of high (or low levels) of this hormone. This is highly significant as ongoing stress can be detrimental to our health. Adrenal function is closely linked to thyroid function, therefore as Ashwagandha supports the adrenal glands, it has an indirect effect on improving thyroid function as well. Initial studies demonstrate ashwagandha’s ability to positively impact thyroid function by stimulating thyroid hormone activity.
Increases energy, stamina and endurance
Ashwagandha has been shown to significantly impact athletic performance by improving heart and lung capacity while increasing energy levels. Not only is this useful for the purposes of exercise, it is also helpful for people who struggle with their energy levels or those with fatigue-related conditions.
Stabilizes Blood Sugar
Ashwagandha has been shown to stabilise blood sugar levels, reducing blood sugar when it’s too high or increasing it if too low. This is an example of the herb’s adaptogenic effect. Considering the evidence of the impact on blood sugar levels in diseases such as depression and dementia, this herb can have a profound impact on health.
Combats neurodegenerative diseases
The active ingredients in ashwagandha, called withanamides, have shown protective effects against B-amyloid-induced plaques in Alzheimer’s Disease. This is thought to be due to the natural antioxidants found in ashwagandha that scavenge free radicals to prevent cell damage. Studies also show promising results of ashwagandha’s protective effects against Parkinson’s Disease.
Immune boosting and anti-inflammatory
It has also demonstrated excellent immune-boosting effects on our immune system. It has been shown to encourage anti-inflammatory and disease-fighting immune cells that help to ward off illness. As Ashwagandha has potent anti-inflammatory properties it is very useful in painful conditions such as arthritis. As the herb is rich in iron it also contributes to red blood cell count.