Ashwagandha Could Have Ability to Benefit Over 50 Conditions

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( — October 17, 2016) Winnetka, IL — Ashwagandha has recently been becoming a popular natural alternative in the modern world. However, little do many people know that this herb has been utilized for thousands of years due to its potential effects. 

Ashwagandha is believed to have the ability to benefit more than 50 conditions. It is so popular that it has been a subject of many research studies and clinical trials worldwide. 

According to some experts, this ancient herb may offer the ability to help fight conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, toxicity, stress, tuberculosis, skin cancer, Parkinson’s, and liver toxicity. 

In 2012 and 2013, there have been more than 50 different laboratory, human, and animal studies conducted to explore the possible health benefits of ashwagandha. 

In the research from the Asha Hospital in Hyderbad, the researchers studied 64 participants dosed with ashwagandha supplements for two months. It was found that those dosed had experienced a reduction in stress by 44%, and a reduction in depression and anxiety by 72%. 

The researchers from the Tokyo University of Technology also revealed that this herb may have the potential to slow down the process of melanocyte stem cell phosphorylation. This may make the herb potentially beneficial in blocking skin cancers. 

The researchers from the Banasthali University, on the other hand, found that ashwagandha may be able to help fight lead toxicity and potentially protect the liver from it. According to the Jamia Hamdard University researchers, this herb may have a high potential to reduce oxidative damage linked to brain cell damage. Thus, it may be potentially useful in reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. 

In another research from Guru Nanak Dev University, it was found that 8 weeks of ashwagandha supplementation may have helped in the increase of respiration capacity, endurance, and metabolic efficiency among cycling athletes. 

Inflammation has long been linked with the onset of a wide variety of diseases and disorders. While some inflammation is beneficial, too much of it can potentially cause the development of certain conditions. 

It is imperative that people are able to maintain a manageable level of inflammation in the body. There are many ways to fight inflammation and one potential option may be to use ashwagandha. 

According to the Texas Baylor University researchers, ashwagandha may have the ability to reduce inflammation related to type 1 diabetes. 

There are many possible health benefits linked with the use of ashwagandha. It is believed to help inhibit cancer-related cytokines and reduce oxidative stress linked with type 2 diabetes. 

Individuals who want to take advantage of the potential effects of ashwagandha may do so through supplementation. Some of the most notable ashwagandha supplements contain black pepper extract, which is considered to be a bioavailability-enhancing ingredient (

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