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Ashwagandha , also known as winter cherry, is a powerful medicinal herb with incredible adaptogenic properties that can significantly reduce stress-related conditions such as adrenal fatigue, adrenal fatigue, and heart and kidney problems. Ashwagandha is a rich source of minerals including zinc, iron, calcium, magnesium, vanadium and cobalt.
It is an effective immunostimulating herb that has the ability to increase the number of white blood cells and prepare the body to produce antigens to fight various infections and allergies. Ashwagandha is also excellent for improving brain and neurotransmitter function, which can help neurological conditions such as brain fog, migraines, tremors, tics and spasms, restless legs syndrome, chronic nerve pain, and herpes zoster.
Ashwagandha is also beneficial for the thyroid as it helps the body produce thyroid hormones, which can increase energy, metabolism and promote a balanced sleep cycle. Ashwagandha has been shown to improve oxygen flow and utilization at the cellular level, which is very beneficial for people suffering from respiratory problems such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and asthma, as well as for athletes who want to increase endurance and your strength during training.
It is also extremely helpful for depression, anxiety, insomnia, anemia, candida, type 2 diabetes, and autoimmune diseases such as fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, and Guillain-Barré syndrome. In the past, ashwagandha was also used as a natural treatment for infertility.
Ashwagandha strengthens the adrenal glands
Ashwagandha has incredible adaptogenic properties, meaning it can help you deal with anything that comes your way by helping you quickly and effectively adapt to the circumstances of the moment.
Ashwagandha strengthens the adrenal glands, protecting them from over- or under-reaction. This is a pattern these glands adopt when they weaken due to being subjected to adrenal stress. This herb also minimizes adrenal spikes that can feed pathogens such as Ebstein-Barr virus and herpes zoster . By stabilizing the adrenal glands, ashwagandha helps them prevent the overproduction of fear-based hormonal mixtures that fuel the pathogens responsible for chronic diseases, symptoms, and conditions. Ashwagandha protects the liver from overexposure to adrenaline and helps the liver produce and store dozens of hormones.
If you are a woman suffering from hair loss, ashwagandha can help your hair grow back. And if someone has alopecia, their adrenal glands are missing one of the undocumented hormones that make up some of the 56 different adrenaline mixtures Anthony William describes in detail in his book The Healing Medium . Medical studies and science are unaware that adrenaline is made up of a complex group of hormones that have yet to be identified. Ashwagandha can help restore traces of the missing hormone.More information on how to use ashwagandha and other nutritional supplements, including Anthony William's suggested dosages, can be found in the book Cleanse for Health .
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