Ashwagandha extract - is a Ayurvedic medicine natural used for treating variety of health conditions Ashwagandha is also known as Withania Somnifera. Withania Somnifera is a short shrub with small greenish flowers and reddish orange colored fruits and is commonly known as “Indian Winter cherry” or “Indian Ginseng”. Ashwagandha is derived from Sanskrit usages Ashwa (horse) and Gandha (smell) as its roots have the smell of a sweaty horse. According to Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is excellent for vitality as well as rejuvenation and is a general health booster. The leaves and root of this short herb have versatile medicinal values. It is used for various kinds of disease processes and especially as a nervine tonic of Herbal Extracts or Herbal powders.
Herbochem is a largest manufacturer of Ashwagandha Extract. It is one of the most important herbs of Ayurveda (the traditional system of medicine in India) used for millennia as a Rasayana for its wide-ranging health benefits. Most of the Rasayana herbs are adaptogen / anti-stress agents. Being a powerful adaptogen, it enhances the body's resilience to stress. Ashwagandha improves the body's defense against disease by improving the cell-mediated immunity. It also possesses potent antioxidant properties that help protect against cellular damage caused by free radicals.
Being leaders in the extraction of Ashwagandha, we at Herbochem know this herb in and out know the best farms to source our material. We source the best material having the highest content of Withanolides.In this company both suppliers and exporters are also available in India and USA. Herbochem offers Ashwagandha extract standardized to 12% Withanolides which we believe is the highest in the market. Our R&D team has put in a countless number of hours to achieve this feat.
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