Ashwagandha is native to arid areas of India, North Africa, and the Middle East but is also grown today in milder climates; it belongs to the tomato family and bears a small red fruit. The herb has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-stress, and adaptogenic properties which give it many potential therapeutic applications.
As is often the case when it comes to herbal remedies, the modern world is starting to catch up with tradition and the benefits of ashwagandha have been fairly extensively studied over recent years. If you suffer from stress, fatigue a lack of energy, or even have issues with your concentration span, then ashwagandha has the potential to help.
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