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|Product Name:||Ashwagandha Harbal Extract||Used Part:||Root, Leaf|
|Appearance:||Light Brown To Dark Brown Powder||Odor:||Characteristic|
|Application Fields:||Medical And Health Care Products, Beverage Food Additives||Taste:||Characteristic|
5% Withanolide Plant Extract Powder,
2.5% Ashwagandha Extract Supplement,
5% Ashwagandha Extract Supplement
Ashwagandha Extract 2.5%, 5% Withanolide Ntural Herbal Ashwagandha Extract
Introduction of Ashwagandha Extract
Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng (Ashwagandha), also known as winter cherry, hypnotic undercover. Solanaceae shrub, with various medicinal properties, is an ancient plant native to India and can be seen everywhere. Although its scientific name is "ashwagandha", it is actually a real medi-cinal material native to India and can be seen everywhere. Ashwagandha is believed to have significant antioxidant capacity and enhance immunity. It has always used the Indian people as an important drug cinal material to induce sleep, nourish health, maintain health and other diseases. Ashwagandha is also recognized as having significant antioxidant capacity and immunity-enhancing functions.
|Product name||Ashwagandha extract|
|Latin name||Withania Somnifera|
|Specifiation||2.5%, 5% Withanolide|
|Appearance||Ligh brown to dark brown powder|
|Test method||By HPLC|
Function of Ashwagandha Extract
Reduce stress and anxiety
Enhance the immune and anti-inflammatory
Increase energy, increase endurance and stamina
Reduce swelling (inflammation) and improve wound healing
Stabilize blood sugar
Application of Ashwagandha Extract
Ashwagandha powder is usually made into capsules, liquids, tablets, and powders as health supplements.
Ashwagandha powder can also be added directly to breakfast, such as milk, cereals, etc.
Fights fatigue, boosts cellular energy and rejuvenates the skin.
Ashwagandha extract needs to be stored in a plastic bag. If it is a capsule, please screw the cap tightly. Place the sealed Ashwagandha extract powder or encapsulated capsules in a cool, dry, and dark place. This product is very easy to absorb moisture. If there are not too many small lumps and small particles in the Ashwagandha extract, you can continue to use it. If there are more, it means it has expired and is useless.
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