Ashwagandha has traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for more than six thousand years. It has been treasured for its ability to revitalise and rejuvenate .
Ashwagandha helps down-regulate the body's stress response as well as enhancing, promoting & increasing restorative sleep patterns. Ashwagandha also calms the mind, supports healthy ageing and maintains/supports healthy reproductive hormones
Ashwagandha is an important restorative herb for postpartum support. It stimulates milk production, eases stress and rebuilds physical strength and vitality. Studies have shown ashwagandha has anti-inflammatory and immune-protecting properties and antioxidant activity, reducing damage from free radicals in the body.
If trying to conceive, Ashwagandha's capability to reduce stress can help in supporting the female reproductive system. Stress can play an important role in regulating female hormones. The stress hormone, aka cortisol, can reduce progesterone levels and negatively impact fertility and healthy menstruation cycles.
By reducing cortisol levels, enhancing production and flow of blood, and reducing body tension, Ashwagandha has a positive effect on reproductive system, libido and menstrual cycles. With all these benefits, It is not a surprise that studies have found Ashwagandha to improve female fertility.
Ashwagandha's fertility boosting powers are not limited to women, thankfully. Based on research, ashwagandha may increase testosterone levels and boost sex-drive in men. It is used to also increase sperm count.
100g serve in miron glass jar
Women trying to conceive and new mothers may consume ¼ - ½ tsp Ashwagandha powder daily.
Stir into hot water or plant milk for an instant tonic tea. Works well in hot or cold drinks, broths and meals.
Shelf stable. Keep sealed.
Ashwagandha has traditionally been used during pregnancy in Ayurvedic practice. It is believed to give strength and vitality to the mother and the baby, when taken in controlled portions (Ayurveda recommends 1/2 tsp per day). It is best to consult your nominated health professional if you are pregnant and considering consuming Ashwagandha.