Aswaghandha or Withania somnifera is a herbaceous shrub whose root is widely used in Ayurveda, the Indian traditional health care system. An alternative name is Indian ginseng because ashwagandha root – just like ginseng root – gives more energy to the body. The main components of the root of ashwagandha are withanolides. They are very special, because they help your body to respond more resiliently to the consequences of stressful periods.
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What is the reason for your stressful situation? Is it due to overload at work, a mobile phone or social media that constantly demands your attention, the study and exam period, a job interview? Or rather because of a dispute with your partner, a death, money problems? It comes at you and sometimes it seems like you will never get over that stressful period. You can no longer enjoy it. High time to pull the handbrake and switch back to a relaxation mode!
Adaptogenic to cope with periods of stress
An adaptogen such as ashwagandha helps the body adapt to stressful situations. It is also a powerful antioxidant that has a relaxing effect and is beneficial for good mental balance.
Rasayana for more energy
Within Ayurveda, ashwagandha is included in the rasayana group of plants. Rasayana means vitalizing. This more than 5,000-year-old reputation as a tonic is so typical of the plant, because ashwagandha actually provides more energy.
High standardization at 7% withanolides
The best-studied active ingredients from ashwagandha root are withanolides. The amount of withanolides in finely chopped, dried ashwagandha root varies by location and year. That is why CressanZenergy contains a standardized extract. Standardization ensures that the extract always contains the same amount of withanolides. For you as a user, this means that every lot number will provide the same reliable support.
Top 3 important features
- Ashwagandha provides support in stressful periods, gives you inner peace and thus increases your vitality.
- High standardization on withanolides (7%), the active substances from ashwagandha.
- Surplus of cold freeze-dried watercress from organic cultivation .