Ashwagandha, one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions, and is most well-known for its restorative benefits. In Sanskrit Ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse”, indicating that the herb imparts the vigour and strength of a stallion, and has traditionally been prescribed to help people strengthen their immune system after an illness.
Ashwagandha is frequently referred to as “Indian ginseng” because of its rejuvenating properties, even though botanically, ginseng and Ashwagandha are unrelated. Belonging to the same family as the tomato, Ashwagandha is a plump shrub with oval leaves and greenish yellow flowers. It bears red fruit about the size of a raisin. The herb is native to the dry regions of India. Some key examples of the healing effects of Ashwagandha are: Protects the immune system combats the effects of stress Improves learning, memory, and reaction time. Reduces anxiety and depression without causing drowsiness reduces brain-cell degeneration Stabilizes blood sugar Helps in lowering cholesterol Offers anti-inflammatory benefits Contains anti-malarial properties Enhances sexual potency for both men and women Its leaves and roots are used as the medicine.
Habit Ashwagandha is an evergreen woody perennial shrub to 6ft tall in its native habitat of the hot and dry topics. Here it grows to about 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide in one season. It produces small light green flowers which then form attractive reddish-orange berries concealed inside transparent paper coverings, similar to how a tomatillo grows. In fact Ashwagandha and Tomatillos are very closely related, and were once placed in the genus Physalis. Germination/Sowing Seeds germinate very easily once the soil temp reaches an average of 21C. If grown as an annual, Ashwagandha is best started early in the spring to provide an extended growing season. Harvesting In the fall of the first or second year the roots may be harvested and can be used fresh or dried for tinctures or teas
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- Ashwagandha is an evergreen woody perennial shrub to 6ft tall in its native habitat of the hot and dry topics.
- SUN/SOIL – Ashwagandha plants prefer full sun and average soil with good drainage.
- GERMINATION/SOWING – Seeds germinate very easily once the soil temp reaches an average of 21C. If grown as an annual, Ashwagandha is best started early in the spring to provide an extended growing season
- HARVESTING – In the fall of the first or second year the roots may be harvested and can be used fresh or dried for tinctures or teas
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