Dec 07, 2018

8 Amazing Health Benefits of Ashwagandha  (Rennet)

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For those not in the know, Ashwagandha is a herb used in Ayurvedic healing. Traditionally it has been used for a whole range of ailments across the span of some five thousand years. For generations, it has been ground up into a paste to treat surface wounds or taken as a supplement for diseases like rheumatism and arthritis, as well as being a general wellness supplement taken by many. We here at Ageless Nutrition put together our top 8 amazing benefits of Ashwagandha to share this amazing herb with the world! 

 

Top Benefits Of Ashwagandha

 

1 – Ashwagandha regulates blood sugar levels

This herb plays an important part in the treatment of diabetes if correctly applied. The Times of India reports that it has been shown to increase insulin secretion and insulin sensitivity, both in those with diabetes and in those without it.  

 

2 – Ashwagandha improves fertility

 For those of you trying to have children, Ashwagandha might be a key component in boosting the process. This study in the US National Library of Medicine explains how qualities within this plant de-stress the body, allowing for better blood flow and more relaxation ‘in the moment’ for the male population.  

 

3 – Ashwagandha promotes muscle growth

Particularly useful to pro athletes and bodybuilders; Ashwagandha has both testosterone and the qualities needed for the body to boost testosterone production. Both of these things help increase muscle mass and can be of use to a bodybuilder’s cycle. We found this SubReddit regarding real-life users who had experienced muscle gain from taking this herb. 

 

4 – Ashwagandha reduces stress and anxiety

University Health News report on a study wherein those that take Ashwagandha supplements had their cortisol levels tested against those that had not. The study found that there was an average drop of 44% in cortisol levels between those who had taken the herb and those who had not. This proves that Ashwagandha lowers stress and anxiety and helps keep us calm! 

 

5 – Ashwagandha helps minimize the side effects of some medications

In particular, and according to WebMD, Ashwagandha can be used to minimize the side effects of antipsychotic medications, which can be extreme and even debilitating. These are commonly prescribed for conditions such as schizophrenia and Obsessive disorders, many patients of which also suffer from the conjoined depression/anxiety blend which this miracle herb also helps with! 

 

6 – Ashwagandha helps lower cholesterol

We found a study by Examine.com into the benefits of Ashwagandha that had surprising results. Not only does this herb benefit athletic performance and help soothe ills; it also points to a 10% drop in dangerous cholesterol levels in those managing a long-term health condition. In turn, this protects your heart in the long run. 

 

7 – Ashwagandha fights the pain of Arthritis

When taken in conjunction with other joint-building supplements such as Zinc or Turmeric studies have shown that Ashwagandha helps combat the swelling and inflammation caused in the joints and bones of sufferers. By taking down the inflamed area and soothing it back to normal size these compounds help negate the pain of arthritis.

  

8 – Ashwagandha helps keep you young 

Perhaps our favorite health benefit here at Ageless Nutrition is that Ashwagandha helps combat the signs of aging. According to Natural Products Insider, a compound known as KSM-66 which is found in this herb has significant cell lifespan increasing potential. This applies to all of the cells in your body and we love it! You can read the report for yourself by following this link.

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