History Of Ashwagandha herb \nAshwagandha (Withania somnifera) is commonly known as “Indian Winter cherry” or “Indian Ginseng”. \nAshwagandha literally means ‘smell of horse’. The name Ashwagandha has it’s origins in two sources, the first is that the root of Ashwagandha emits the smell of horse. The second reason is the belief that consuming Ashwagandha in any form may develop or improve vitality, energy levels and strength similar to that of a horse. \nThe history of Ashwagandha goes back to the Vedas, a body of Hindu religious texts traced back to 6000 BCE. Ashwagandha and it’s benefits have also been mentioned in numerous historic texts including Greek mythology. According to ancient greek history, Apollo found the herb and gave it to his son Asclepius – the God of medicine to avail of the benefits of Ashwagandha. Biographies of Alexander the Great also mention that his armies prepared wine with Ashwagandha to gain energy and get rid of various ailments.\nAshwagandha Benefits:\nGiven below are some of the benefits of Ashwagandha which have been researched by modern science and stated in historic books like Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Astanga Hridaya and Bhava Prakasha. Ashwagandha tablets are prescribed by many Ayurvedic doctors for the following reasons:\n\nAshwagandha improves the body's defense against disease by improving immunity.\nKnown in Ayurveda to be an adaptogen, which means it helps the body to adapt with stress. Ashwagandha is considered to be a stress reliever.\nIt can help in improving memory and cognitive functions of the brain.\nAshwagandha helps improve mental clarity and focus.\nAshwagandha helps calm the mind and helps promote better sleep.\nAshwagandha’s benefits include acting as a nervine tonic and strengthening the nervous system.\nAshwagandha helps to enhance energy and stamina levels through the day.\nResearch has shown Ashwagandha’s benefits also include potent antioxidant properties that help protect against damage caused by free radicals.\nVarious studies have shown that Ashwagandha is a multipurpose herb, and some benefits are still under research.\n\n \n\nORGANIC ASHWAGANDHA TABLET FROM NAMASKAR AYURVED\n \nNamaskar Ayurved Organic Ashwagandha Tablets\nNamaskar Ayurved’s organic Ashwagandha tablet is a 30-day dose of high quality and premium Ashwagandha root extract. It is certified organic by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and easy to consume. Our Organic Ashwagandha tablets are free from GMO, Lead, Mercury, Sulphur, pesticides, and other nasties and we only use the root of the Ashwagandha plant which is considered to be more beneficial than the rest of the plant.