Ashwagandha root tincture
Tincture based on Peruvian Maca improves Ashwagandha is one of the most important medical herbs of ayurveda medicine. Used to treat a large range of diseases but is better known for the rapid body restoration after illness and to improve learning, memory and the body's reaction time. overall tone of the body and performance. Being a natural aphrodisiac, the drug enhances libido, helping men improve sexual function.
Ashwagandha, often referred to as the "Indian ginseng" and is an excellent herb for strengthening the immune system.
Furthermore, it has been used to enhance the sexual ability in men and women.
Ashwagandha contains many useful medicinal chemicals such withanolides, (steroidal lactones), alkaloids, choline, fatty acids, amino acids and a variety of sugars. While the leaves and fruits have valuable therapeutic properties, the root of the Ashwagandha plant is the part that is commonly used in herbal medicine in the West. Medical researchers have studied the Ashwagandha with great interest and various studies to date, briefly show the following benefits:
~ Protects the immune system
~ Acts against the negative effects of stress
~ Enhances learning, memory, and the body's reaction time
~ Reduces anxiety and depression without causing drowsiness
~ Lowers cholesterol
~ Slow down the degeneration of brain cells
~ It has anti-inflammatory properties
Maca has practically no contraindications, with the exception of pregnancy and lactation, age over 65 years, as well as individual reactions to the components of the drug. If you are taking any medication, consult your doctor.
For children 8-14 years old: 5-7 drops of tincture in a little hot water or orange juice, 2 times a day.
For adults: 10 drops of tincture in a little hot water or orange juice, 2 times a day.