Ashwagandha (to be delivered)

Ashwagandha has been a staple plant in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. It has been used since ancient times as rasayanas, or “rejuvenators”, a special plant known for its ability to provide longevity and youthful vigour by supporting all the body’s channels to supply the body’s cells with optimal nutrients.1 Ashwagandha, also known as tallow cherry, stunning cheesecake or Indian ginseng, is a small semi-shrub that is related to capsicum. It produces velvety, teardrop-shaped leaves and small orange berries surrounded by thin, papery leaves that resemble those of a tomatillo. A number of bioactive compounds have been identified in Ashwagandha leaves, stems and roots.2 While this plant is traditionally valued as an adaptogen and an effective regulator of the body’s stress response, scientific advances have shown that its benefits extend far beyond this role, including:

Improving physical endurance

Ashwagandha is thought to increase physical energy and stamina and has many other beneficial properties. The potential of Ashwagandha has been evaluated in improving tolerance, physical endurance and fitness. It has been shown to improve cardiovascular performance in many different types of people, including sedentary people and elite athletes.1,3

Stabilisation of active immunity

Ashwagandha is a powerful supporter of immune health. A growing body of research suggests that ashwagandha plays an important role in immune function, influencing multiple aspects of immune activity associated with both innate and acquired immune responses, and mitigating the cascade of inflammatory reactions.4,5,6 Rapid action and robust response is required for the immune system to correctly identify and respond to viruses, bacteria and allergens.

Reproductive health and hormone balance supporter

Studies show that ashwagandha may help to address concerns related to sexual dysfunction. The use of ashwagandha by women was reported to lead to significant improvements in several indicators of arousal and satisfaction.7 Not just for women – ashwagandha has also been clinically shown to benefit male reproductive health. Its use by men has led to an increase in sperm quality and reproductive hormone levels.8

From ancient healers to modern miracle workers, the benefits of ashwaganda reach far and wide, affecting the body at multiple points and involving all systems of the body. Vimergy Organic Ashwagandha contains 2200 mg plant equivalent per serving in a potent 10:1 liquid extract. With minimal ingredients, Vimergy Organic Ashwagandha delivers the purity, potency, performance and value our community deserves without potentially harmful additives.

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