Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is classified as an “adaptogenic” herb, indicating an ability to support how the body physiologically adapts.[1,2] In the Ayurvedic tradition, ashwagandha is considered a rasayana,[3] meaning it is used as a rejuvenator to achieve homeostasis, build vitality, and slow degenerative- and senescence-related processes. For thousands of years, ashwagandha has been used to help support ailments ranging from musculoskeletal conditions to sleep issues.[4,5] It is widely used today for restoring physical and mental energy while balancing the effects of daily stress.*[4,6]

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