As a powerful adaptogen, Ashwagandha may help support general wellness during times of occasional stress.*
Ashwagandha can help reduce inflammation in the body. This can help improve chronic health conditions and increase immunity.*
Ashwagandha can help balance blood sugar and male hormones. A healthy body requires equilibrium and ashwagandha can help support the resolution of extremes.*
Quick Overview of Ashwagandha with Black Pepper
Ashwagandha is one of the most studied stress busting supplements available today, but practitioners of Ayurveda have known about it for centuries. This root significantly impacts the body’s production of cortisol, the stress hormone and has been shown to be comparably effective as lorazepam. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory and is effective at treating some inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis.*
Ashwadandha also has been shown to improve symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and slow or stop the growth of some cancers. Ashwagandha appears to positively impact multiple systems and enhance general health for its users. Black pepper has been added to our formula to enhance the absorption and efficacy of Ashwagandha.*
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SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement take two (2) capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before bedtime with an 8oz. glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How quickly does ashwagandha work?
It may take several days to weeks before you see any effects. For instance, in one research, participants who consumed 300 mg of ashwagandha every day, it took up to ten weeks for participants to notice the full effect on their sleep quality. The speed at which ashwagandha works will vary from person to person.*
What are the dangers of taking ashwagandha?
- Ashwagandha can interact with certain medications, including blood thinners and diabetes medication.*
- Ashwagandha can also cause Hypothyroidism in some people.*
- Excessive doses may cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, headaches, anxiety, or other side effects.*
- Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should avoid taking it.*
What should I avoid when taking ashwagandha?
It may interact with thyroid supplements, sedatives, immune-suppressing medications, blood thinners, and medications for diabetes, high blood pressure, and anxiety. Ashwagandha may also interact with sleep-inducing supplements such as valerian, St. John’s wort, kava, and others.*
When should you not take ashwagandha?
Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers should avoid ashwagandha, as it has the potential to cause miscarriages or harm the baby. If you are taking any medications or have any health conditions, please consult with your doctor before taking ashwagandha. Some people may experience side effects from taking ashwagandha, such as stomach upset, diarrhea, and vomiting.*
Susan J. –
Stress be gone.
Its been doing wonders for me!
Great herb! This is a part of my daily routine and has helped me significantly.
Steve H. –