What are the benefits of Ashwagandha ?

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Although there are many benefits of eating Ashwagandha, but we must take advice from an experts to avoid its disadvantages.

Ashwagandha Benefits: Ashwagandha is a well-known name in the form of Ayurvedic medicine. It is very important to have the right advice about when and how much Ashwagandha should be eaten. It is necessary to take this advice from a Vaidya or Ayurvedic doctor. By the way, many benefits of eating Ashwagandha are told in all the media reports and on social media. It is even claimed that Ashwagandha will cure many diseases of the body, but to understand the benefits of Ashwagandha, the advice of an Ayurvedic doctor is very important.

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What is Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha is an herb used in Ayurvedic treatment. Ashwagandha powder, powder and capsules are made from this herb. Its scientific name is Withania somnifera. In common parlance, it is called ashwagandha or Indian winter cherry. Ashwagandha plant is 35-75 cm tall and is mainly cultivated in India like Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat. Ashwagandha is also grown in China and Nepal. Its 23 species are found in the world and two in India.

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Benefits of Ashwagandha According to the National Library of Medicine, Ashwagandha has anti-stress properties. This helps in increasing stamina. Consuming both the root and leaves of Ashwagandha has many benefits for the body.

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People ate Ashwagandha leaves
Ashwagandha has its benefits, but do not consume its root or leaves after reading any general report. The Ministry of AYUSH has issued advisories several times from time to time regarding the use of Ayurvedic medicines during the Corona period. The Ministry of AYUSH has issued advisory regarding both Giloy and Ashwagandha. The ministry had to issue this advisory related to Ashwagandha leaves a year ago because a large number of people were using the leaves of Ashwagandha (Withania somniferal). Since, there was a rumor from somewhere that Kovid can be treated through these leaves.

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After this, the Ministry of AYUSH also wrote a letter on 6 October 2021 to the ASU Drugs Manufacturing Association to ban the use of Ashwagandha leaves. Along with this, suggestions were sought from the academicians and doctors associated with Ayurveda regarding the use of Ashwagandha leaves.

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These things are also important with Ashwagandha
According to the Ministry of AYUSH, no medicine or ayurvedic herbs are completely beneficial until the treatment related to the drug is taken properly. Along with this, eating habits and proper routine should not be followed. Because the human body is a kind of machine, it needs proper nutrition and maintenance. There are many reasons due to which we fall ill, this includes not getting the right food, water, air etc. Whenever a person consumes Ashwagandha, make sure to follow the right routine with it.

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