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Ashwagandha is an evergreen shrub that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. Its roots and orange-red fruit have been used for hundreds of years for medicinal purposes. The herb is also called Indian ginseng or winter cherry.Ayurvedic medicine uses herbs, special diets, and other natural practices as treatment for a variety of conditions. In Ayurvedic medicine, ashwagandha is considered a Rasayana. That means it's an herb that helps maintain youth, both mentally and physically.Ashwagandha is used for arthritis, anxiety, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), balance, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), trouble sleeping (insomnia), tumors, tuberculosis, asthma, a skin condition marked by white patchiness (leukoderma), bronchitis, backache, fibromyalgia, menstrual problems, hiccups, Parkinson's disease, under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism), and chronic liver disease.
Rapidly increasing aging population and environmental stressors are the two main global concerns of increasing incidence of a variety of pathologies in the modern society. The complex etiologies and pathologies cause major challenges to disease treatment. On the other hand, several herbs are known for their health-caring and disease-curing activities. Ashwagandha, a popular herb in Indian traditional home medicine, Ayurveda, has gathered increasing recognition in recent years when the chemically synthesized drugs for single target therapies showed limited success and adverse toxic effects. Ashwagandha is known as a powerful adaptogen and trusted to enhance function of the brain, reproductive system, cell-mediated immunity and increase the body's defense against disease, and possess anti-inflammatory, anticancer and anti-arthritic activities. In this book, for the first time, we provide a complete portrait on scientific understanding of the effects of Ashwagandha and its active principles for a variety of preventive and therapeutic activities.
Table of Contents Introduction How I Got to Know about Ashwagandha Traditional uses of Ashwagandha Growing Ashwagandha in Your Garden Harvesting Time Traditional Preparation for Restoring Vitality and Vigor Preparing Clarified Butter Recognizing Pure Clarified Butter Traditional Bronchitis and Asthma Cure Ashwagandha for Rejuvenation Ashwagandha Massage Oil Get Rid of That Sweet Tooth! Ashwagandha for Reducing Cholesterol Levels Side Effects of Ashwagandha Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction It is amazing the amount of plants, you can see all around you, without knowing their names, or their uses, and then around 40 years later, you say, hey, I know that plant, I recognize it, it used to grow and flourish in the wild forest regions, where I spent my childhood and youth! Well, this particular enlightenment occurred, when I saw dried plants of Withania Somnifora being uprooted by a herbalist friend, because she intended to make some herbal decoctions, concoctions, tinctures, and rejuvenating potions for friends, relatives and members of the family. Even then, the name did not click, even though I thought I knew these red berries. We were expressly forbidden to eat them as children, so I considered them to be poisonous. So naturally, I ignored this plant as not worthy of my attention as a child. I did not know that as an adult, this plant would be world famous all over the world as one of the most powerful sources of natural revitalizing ingredients, especially when one felt his potency, vitality, and virile strength flagging. This plant is known as Ashwagandha for millenniums, and now more and more people in the West have found that this is an excellent, healthy, and healing source, along with Bacopa, of which I will write soon – and Emblica - which you can find here: – and it is no wonder that there are 7 American companies and 4 Japanese companies, which are trying to take out patents on their own products in which they have added a little bit of Ashwagandha and a little bit of ginseng! But, as this is a natural traditional medicine used in Chinese, and alternative Indian medicine for millenniums, I do not think that any recipe with a number of ingredients picked up without bothering about the quantity and which they could have made up in the form of any jazzy modern medicine, calling it a 21st-century creation with a patent stuck onto it, could be considered to be beneficial or even healthy!
Straight from nature's medicine cabinet, the latest herbal discoveries that cure hundreds of health concerns without the dangerous side effects or high cost of prescription drugs. The New Healing Herbs by Michael Castleman uses the latest studies to offer guidelines on dosages, drug interactions, and results for herbal healing. Included are herbal prescriptions to treat ailments ranging from the common cold, allergies, and back pain to more serious conditions such as diabetes and cancer. Featuring hundreds of cures and therapies proven to work, this book shows you which herbal remedy to take for each condition, how it's taken, what interactions to watch for, and where to buy the featured herbs. The easy-to-use Cure Finder organizes herbs by health condition, healing actions, and alternative uses, guiding you to the right herbal remedy for your ailment.
An updated and expanded edition of the definitive guide to adaptogenic herbs • Includes a Materia Medica with monographs covering 25 adaptogens, including eleuthero, ginseng, rhodiola, schisandra, ashwagandha, licorice, shatavari, reishi, and holy basil, as well as complementary nervines, restorative tonics, and nootropics • Explains how adaptogens increase the body’s resistance to adverse influences, increase energy and stamina, and counter the effects of age and stress on the body • Details the actions, properties, preparation, and dosage for each herb and their uses in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine and as remedies for animals Every day our bodies strive to adapt and stay balanced, energized, and healthy, yet chronic stress and the resulting elevation of stress hormones such as cortisol have been shown to be major factors behind not only fatigue and weight gain but also many chronic and degenerative diseases. In this updated edition of the definitive guide to adaptogenic herbs, clinical herbalist David Winston and researcher Steven Maimes provide a comprehensive look at adaptogens: non-toxic herbs such as ginseng, eleuthero, and ashwagandha that help the body “adapt” to the many influences it encounters and manage the stresses it experiences. They also increase stamina and energy, boost cognitive function, restore the immune system, and counter the effects of aging, especially when used in appropriate combinations. Beginning with a history of the use of adaptogens, including in Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, and Russian medicine, the book examines how these herbal remedies work and why they are so effective at combating stress-induced illness and ailments. The extensive Materia Medica includes monographs on 25 adaptogens, including eleuthero, ginseng, rhodiola, schisandra, ashwagandha, shatavari, reishi, and holy basil, as well as complementary nervines, restorative tonics, and nootropic herbs, such as milky oats, astragalus, St. John’s wort, and ginkgo. Each monograph presents the latest scientific research and details the origin, traditional and clinical uses, actions, properties, preparation, and dosage for each herb. The book also includes guidance on adaptogenic remedies for our animal companions. Aimed not only at herbalists but also those interested in natural health, this guide to adaptogens will allow you to safely and effectively use these herbal remedies to enhance your health and improve your chances of living a longer, healthier, and well-balanced life.
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All practitioners and pharmacists interested in treatment with herbal remedies should have this book at their disposal. It is the definitive practice-oriented introduction - now in its fifth edition - to phytotherapy. Methodically classified by organic systems and fields of application, the text provides a quick insight into dosage, form of application and effects of the most important herbal remedies. Only those herbal remedies that are of pharmacological and clinical efficiency have been considered. The authors are highly experienced in the field of postgraduate medical education, and, with this work, present an indispensable reference book for the medical practice.
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Did you know that scientific evidence suggests that certain natural herbs and supplements may make your cold and flu symptoms milder and reduce the number of days you're sick? It's true. Millions have already discovered the healing power of echinacea and other popular herbs. With this book, so can you. Inside you'll learn: • How echinacea may reduce the number of days you are sick • How taking zinc lozenges at the beginning of a cold may help you get better faster • Which other herbs and supplements are helpful for colds and flus It's all here in simple, straightforward language. You'll find yourself turning to this helpful, trusted companion again and again.
A new edition of a research-backed nutritional program using juicing to help prevent and reverse disease and cell damage, from New York Times–bestselling author and renowned health expert. For more than thirty-five years, Gary Null has been one of the foremost voices in the health movement. In The Joy of Juicing, 3rd Edition, he advises readers how to use fresh juice to cleanse and detoxify their bodies. Null provides extensive research showing how accessing natural substances in the right quantities and forms can repair damaged DNA, as well as help halt and reverse the progress of many diseases. This edition has been substantially revised and features fifty new juicing recipes for a healthy diet. Null includes juices for a range of specific complaints, from PMS to fatigue. With everything from an easy-to-follow nutritional program to practical advice on which juicer to buy, The Joy of Juicing, 3rd Edition, will jump-start readers’ juicing lives.
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