We understand everyone has different dietary needs so we wanted to create a supplement that can be used by a wide variety of people. This product is Vegetarian, Vegan, Non-Dairy, Paleo-Friendly, Non-GMO, and Keto-Friendly.
Supports a Healthy Stress Response
Ashwagandha Root is also a very old medicinal herb. It’s also known as Indian Ginseng and Winter Cherry, and it’s native to India and North Africa. Ashwagandha is perhaps best known for its ability to promote healthy stress responses. It’s classified as an adaptogen.
Supports Normal Athletic Performance
Recent studies have shown that ashwagandha can support athletic performance, promote muscle development and normal oxygen consumption (VO2 max) in healthy adults and athletes.
Supports Normal Testosterone Production
Ashwagandha supplements have been shown in some studies to support male fertility and testosterone levels by triggering the production of DHEA-S, a sex hormone involved in testosterone production.
Supports Cognitive Function
Recent studies have shown that Ashwagandha can support normal cognitive functioning. This includes, alertness, attention, reaction time, immediate and general memory and information-processing speed.
Created With Different Lifestyles In Mind
In today’s hectic world, it can be tough to take a minute and de-stress. And when you do have the time, it’s tricky to get to that relaxed state. Ashwagandha root may help to de-stress and improve your mood, and may also help you sleep better.
Quality Ingredients You Can Count On
Ashwagandha Root, also known as Indian Ginseng and Winter Cherry, is a small shrub native to India and Southeast Asia. The roots and leaves have traditionally been used to treat such things as anxious feelings and fertility problems. “Ashwagandha” means “smell of the horse” in Sanskrit, named for the potential to increase one’s strength.
Black Pepper is a very common spice, found on tables worldwide. It’s made by grinding up the peppercorns (dried berries) from a vine. Apart from its awesome power to elevate foods and add to the taste complexity of dishes, it’s also been used in traditional medicine to assist with a number of ailments. Black pepper is high in antioxidants that fight damage at the cellular level and may have anti-inflammatory properties. It may also help lower cholesterol levels and assist in blood sugar control.