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Vilgain Ashwagandha
Vilgain Ashwagandha ⁠–⁠ potent KSM-66 extract, anti-stress effects, memory and physical performance support
90 capsules

What is ashwagandha?

Ashwagandha, also known as ashvaganda in English, is one of the most important herbs in traditional Indian medicine. For 3 thousand years this adaptogen has been used to relieve stress, increase energy levels or improve concentration. Nowadays, due to its high content of health benefits, this plant is seen as a superfood.

Effects of ashwagandha

The popularity of ashwagandha is due to its proven positive effects on the human body. Ashwagandha acts as a stimulantantioxidant, anti‑inflammatory and has a positive effect on the immune system. In addition, it can:

  • reduce stress levels and feelings of anxiety,
  • support brain function,
  • improve sports performance,
  • positively affect sexual health,
  • regulate blood sugar levels, or
  • improve sleep.

Ashwagandha is considered a safe dietary supplement, but rarely may cause drowsiness or digestive problems. Taking ashwagandha together with medications should be consulted with a doctor or other professional.

Dosage of ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is most commonly available in powder form, but the amount of active ingredients cannot be guaranteed. A more effective option is standardized extracts, of which the highest concentration of active ingredients is achieved by the patented KSM‑66 extract, which also boasts Vilgain Ashwagandha. For extracts, the recommended daily dose ranges from 250‑500 mg. To observe positive effects, ashwagandha should be taken for 1‑2 months, at any time of the day, ideally with meals.

Supplements with ashwagandha are also available in capsule and tablet form, as well as in Organic quality.

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Ashwagandha: What It Is, Effects and Dosage
Ashwagandha: What It Is, Effects and Dosage
Ashwagandha is an herb used for its positive effects, ranging from mental health support to an energy and vitality boost, in the traditional medicine of Eastern cultures for thousands of years. This article explores its benefits, as well as risks and possible dosage.