Ashwagandha: Adaptogen of Today - videoAshwagandha: Adaptogen of Today - video
For more than 4,000 years, ashwagandha has been used as a rasayanaor life extender. This video documentary showcases how traditional knowledge of ashwagandha is meeting todays production and traceability standards, yielding solutions to global health challenges.
April 1, 2018
Sponsored by KSM-66
For upwards of 4,000 years, ashwagandha root has been used in traditional Ayurvedic healing as a rasayana or life extender to bolster general health and well-being. Clinical studies are now corroborating the use of ashwagandha root extract to improve mental focus and boost physical performance. In this edition of the SupplySide Global Experience, we travel to India to explore how traditional knowledge is meeting todays production and traceability standards, yielding solutions to global health challenges.
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