1+1 Ashwagandha India Ginseng- seeds
Description for Ashwagandha India Ginseng
Ashwagandha is best known for stress Reduction, Neural Protection, and a Lot More from an Ancient Herb Ashwagandha or Withania somnifera or Winter Cherry or Indian ginseng or poison gooseberry is an ayurvedic herb that has been used for centuries in India as an adaptogenic herbal remedy to improve overall health, vitality and longevity. It has remarkable stress-relieving properties comparable to those of powerful drugs used to treat depression and anxiety. Scientific studies support ashwagandhaâ€™s ability not only to relieve stress, but also to protect brain cells against the deleterious effects of our modern lifestyles. The benefits of ashwagandha are many; in addition to promoting fertility, aiding in wound care, and boosting the immune system, some other benefits are: Diuretic, Sleep aid, Galactogogue, Anti-epileptic, Anti-tumour, Pain relief, Eye health, Heart tonic, Lowers cholesterol, Regulates, blood sugar, Reduces depression and anxiety, Combats stress, Fights cognitive decline due to brain cell degeneration.
Planting and care
Native to India, Ashwagandha bushes will grow to heights of 3 feet or more and produce light green flowers from midsummer onwards which will develop into orange or deep red berries by fall.
Ashwagandha can be direct sown outdoors following the last frost, approximately 3/8" below the surface of the soil and kept evenly moist. Otherwise, you can sow indoors in early spring to give your starts additional time to develop before going outside. Sow seeds slightly closer to the surface (1/4") if using flats or other small containers indoors.
Caring for Ashwagandha India Ginseng
- Ashwagandha is normally quite a low maintenance plant and is normally very easy to grow - great for beginner gardeners!
Typical uses of Ashwagandha India Ginseng
Culinary use: NA
Ornamental use: NA
Medicinal use: yurvedic properties of Ashwagandha
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