Common names: Indian ginseng or winter cherry
What is Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha is an evergreen shrub that grows in the Middle East, and parts of Africa.
What part of Ashwagandha is used?
Th roots and orange-red fruit of ashwagandha are used in teas, capsules, and many other forms of herbal medicine.
Fun fact about Ashwagandha:
The name “ashwagandha” comes from the word "horse" because the people believe the root smells like a horse. By definition, "ashwa" means horse.
How is Ashwagandha used?
Ashwagandha is used in many forms, such as, capsules, teas, tinctures and oils.
Recommended dosage of Ashwagandha is 200-650 mg per serving.