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Introduction: There are many compositions prepared using Ashwagandha herbs in Ayurveda which are useful for a wide range of body disorders such as joint disorders, increase of memory, Anaemia, Asthma, cough and many internal diseases.

In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha Rasayana is excellent for body builders, athelets, joggers, sports and any type of physical competition as it gives your body an instant charge of long lasting energy without the use of stimulants. Contains no stimulants but just super powerful rejuvenative herbs which quickly absorb into the body

Ashwagandha is regarded as a 1st class adaptogenic tonic in one of the world's greatest herbal medical systems, an herb which can compare favorably to the world's most renowned herbal tonics such as ginseng (Panax ginseng) , astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) , and like these has been held in high regard by generations of people over the course of millennia for its ability to increase vitality, energy, endurance and stamina , promote longevity and strengthen the immune system without stimulating the body's reserves. In fact having the ability to nurture the nervous system, counteract anxiety and stress to promote a calm state of mind. This same herb, having powerful anti-inflammatory properties, is specific for treating arthritic and rheumatic conditions. As if all of these were not enough, it is easily the most potent tonic aphrodisiacs in the entire botanical kingdom. With all of these uses, Withania somnifera, better known in India as ashwagandha, is destined to rise significantly and take its place with all the other better known tonics.

Ashwagandha, one of the most vital herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions, but is most well known for its restorative benefits. In Sanskrit ashwagandha means "the smell of a horse," indicating that the herb imparts the vigor and strength of a stallion, and it has traditionally been prescribed to help people strengthen their immune system after an illness. In fact, it's frequently referred to as "Indian ginseng" because of its rejuvenating properties (although botanically, ginseng and ashwagandha are unrelated). In addition, ashwagandha is also used to enhance sexual potency for both men and women.

We know that yoga helps reduce stress and fatigue, yet how many times have we felt so washed out that even the thought of doing gentle stretches seems like too much effort? For this and similar energy-related predicaments, many people turn to ashwagandha, an Ayurvedic herb increasingly known as the "Indian ginseng." Ashwagandha, or "winter cherry," provides energy and a rejuvenating lift while at the same time offering a calming effect. The chemical components in ashwagandha are remarkably similar to those found in ginseng, and yet studies have demonstrated its superiority in stress-relieving abilities when compared to its Chinese cousin. Ayurvedic healers have long prescribed the herb to treat exhaustion caused by both physical and mental strain, and scientific research has recently borne out this practice. A double-blind study found that ashwagandha prevented stress-related ulcers and vitamin C deficiency, and increased energy and endurance when under stress.

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Ayurvedic Compositions:
  • Aswaganbdhadi Lepa: A paste like form (Lepa) of Aswagandha, and some others (adi) that includes Licorice, Katuki (Piccorhiza kurroa), Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia) and few more.

    Indication: Sinus ulcer.

  • Aswagandha rasayana: A simple but very much effective formulation of Aswgandha, that works for rejuvenation (Rasayana) for the body. The Aswagandha powder to take with milk, ghee, oil or lukewarm water.

    Uses: Highly rejuvenative and nutritive.

  • Ashwagandha taila: A oil (taila) formulationof Aswagandha, that is for increase of mass, when applied locally. It is hioghly nutritive. The composition includes Aswagandha, Asparagus,Kusta, Jatamanshi, Kantakari.

    Uses: For enhancement of enlargement of breast, penis or earlobe.

  • Aswagandharishta: Alcoholic preparation(Arista) of Aswagandha. The other composition includes Safed musali, Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia), Harda, Turmeric, Licorice, bark of Arjuna, Sandal wood, sweet flag, elaichi, cinnamom, dry ginger, pepper, long pepper, honey and many more.

    Indication: Psychosomatic disorders like epilepsy, insanity and also in piles. Besides it is an energetic one and promotes body growth.

  • Balarista: An alcoholic preparation that named after Bala (Sida cordifolia) which is one of the composition of it. The cheif composition includes both Bala, and Aswagandha. Besides other accomapning ingredients are Jaggery, Castor, Elaichi, Gokshura, Ghee and some more herbs that acts against Vata dosha as described in Ayurveda.

    Uses: Rejuvenator,energetic, apetizer. Does away the weaknes due to bone and joint disorder.

  • Chyavanaprasa Leham: The thick sauce (Leha) like formulation, first consumed by the saint Chyavana, and accordingly named. It is one of the most comon formulation, that's used widely for all ages of life. Amla is one of the chief compostion in this case. The other composition includes more than 40 ingredients, where Aswagndha is one.

    Uses: It acts as rejuvanator and also increases the body immunity aginst the common clinical symptoms like common cold, cough etc.

  • Godhumadyam ghritam: A ghee (ghrita) based preparation, that is named after the presence of wheat (also called godhuma). The composition includes herbs like Aswagandha, Asparagus, black gram, Licorice, Pepper, long pepper, cowhage, elaichi, cinnamom, coriander, and more along with ghee and milk etc.

    Indication: Erectile dysfunction, weakness, Low sperm count and also dysurea.

  • Mahakameswaro modaka: A special form (modaka) of medicinal formulation named according to the God (Iswara) of sex (kama). The name includes also maha, owing to it's great potency. The composition includes Aswagandha along with the purified powder form of some metals like Mica, Iron and Tin. The other ingredients include Nutmeg, dry ginger, long pepper, pepper, Harda, bahada, Amla, cinnamom, asparagus, clove, Gokshura, Licorice etc.

    Indication: Weakness in sex, Premature ejaculation, Low libido, Infertility and also some of the associated symptoms like dyscentry, degeneration of body, diseases of urinary system.

  • Narayana Thailam: An oil formulation (taila) named after Lord Vishnu. The composition includes Aswagandha, bark of Bael and Neem, Sweet flag, Gokshura, Rock salt, Sessame oil and more.

    Indication: Bone or joint disorders, Nerve disorder, Infertility, Low sperm count, etc.

  • Saaraswatarishta: An alcoholic preparation (Arista) named after Bramhi(also called Saraswati). The other point in favour of naming Saaraswata, refers to Saraswati, the Goddess of memory and intellect. The composition includes Bramhi, Asparagus, Aswagandha, Harda, Ginger, Honey, Sugar, Dry ginger, Pippali, Clove, Sweet falg, Guruchi, elaichi, Cinnamom etc.

    Uses: It is for increase of memory, intellect, strength, life-span and body growth. It is recommended for all ages of life.

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