Ashwaganda for Anxiety
|Can the 'smell of a horse' stop you from getting anxious? Ashwaganda for anxiety.|
PT blog by Dr. Peter Bongiorno - 1-8-2014
Ashwaganda (latin name: Withania somnifera) is an herbal medicine with a rich tradition. Its use dates back three millennia to the time the Ayurvedic practitioners in India began using it for people with anxiety, low energy, and the ravages of aging.
The word “ashwaganda” translates to “smell of horse” and has a dual meaning: one is that the herb itself does have that particular aromatic quality, and second, because traditional belief is that consumption can help it’s user gain a horse-like strength and vitality….
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