Ashwagandha is a Sanskrit name of Withania somnifera and is well known as "Indian ginseng" which is a small tree or shrub that has pale yellow-green flowers and cultivated in the Indian subcontinent and North America.
Ashwagandha or Withania somnifera thought to foster and clear the mind, cools and fortify the nervous system, inducing sleep soundly, and the revitalization of body tissue. Such as ginseng, Ashwagandha has the power to act as Rasayana, thereby promoting all-round Ashwagandha
The organic ashwagandha root capsules comprise several steroidal and alkaloids lactones soothing CNS while acting on stress and promoting overall balance.
Withania somnifera also comprises important amino acid that can increase the production of the brain had normal supplies like proline, valine, glycine, tyrosine, and alanine.
Humans have been using Ashwagandha or Withania somnifera for thousands of years as a common medicine. Ashwagandha or Withania somnifera only a few times was subjected to scientific testing.
No side effects have been associated with Ashwagandha, but overdose can cause irritation of mucous membranes. As this herb may overstress the effects of barbiturates, it should not be used in combination with sedatives. Pregnant ladies should not take Ashwagandha, except under medical guidance.
You can find Ashwagandha in various forms, including the dried root, capsules, powder, and tablets. Herbal supplements are available at most health food stores.