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Our Ashwagandha Sample Pack includes one of the following:
-5g jar of KSM-66® Powder (Ashwagandha Extract)**
For more information on Ashwagandha see Examine.com
"Ashwagandha is a traditional Ayurvetic medicine from the plant Withania Somnifera and sometimes referred to as 'Indian Ginseng' or Wintercherry and touted as the 'Queen of Ayurveda'.
It is classified as an Adaptogen (compound able to reduce the biochemical effects of a perceived stress) and as a Rasayana, which is a term used to refer to the highest class of Ayurveda. It has been traditionally used as a potential alternative to many forms of ailmentssuch as adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, anti-stress, immuno-stimulant and cardioprotective. The root or root extract are commonly used, although the fruits of the Ashwagandha plant (the Wintercherries) also have therapeutic potential.
There has been reported to be high variability in the amount of active withanolides in common nutritional supplements, which may be due either to lack of standardization of root powder."
"Ashwagandha." Examine.com. N.p., 25 Jul 2013. Web. 20 Sep 2013.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.*
**Contains milk allergens.
This sample pack is so easy to use to figure out which version you react best to. I personally react the best to Sensoril, but found the others to be pretty good too. I keep seeing things about KSM-66, but for me the Sensoril was more potent. I think if Nootropics Depot has a capsule sample pack of all three, that would be perfect. Sometimes I don't want to scoop powder into my shakes, and just want to take a capsule or two. But I am glad they have this pack. Cathy Bergstrom on 26th May 2016
With so many different versions of extracts out there, it can be a hassle to try to find which one works best. This sample pack makes it easy to try the two most widely suggested versions along with a basic extract. I think I prefer the KSM-66, but its nice to be able to try them back to back. Thanks ND! Kevin H on 25th Feb 2016