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Ashwagandha is one of the central herbs in Indian history.
It has been used for thousands of years throughout the 4 seasons. It has amazing benefits for the body.
Ashwagandha is also known as "winter cherry," and indian herbalists compare it to chinese ginseng.
Often referred to as Indian Ginseng by Western herbalists, Ashwagandha is used in India in a way similar to how Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) is used in China.
In fact, in Sanskrit Ashwagandha means "the smell of a horse," which is taken to mean that this herb may instill the spirit of a stallion.
Ashwagandha is native to the dry regions of India, northern Africa, and the Middle East, but today is also grown in more mild climates, including in the United States.
But behind its hard-to-pronounce name, Ashwagandha holds some secrets the science community is slowly uncovering.
Whether they figure it out or not does not change the fact that millions swear by Ashwagandha around the globe.
It is said our bodies are woven from food. The nutrients we ingest are metabolized into the energy and information that form our cells, tissues, and organs.
Every day our bodies need essential vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to maintain our body’s delicate balance. This belief is wide spread among the herbalists cultivating Ashwagandha today.