Ashwagandha Withania somniferaBack
Even in the most extreme climates Nature usually finds a way to thrive including Ashwagandha that loves to grow in the extreme hot and arid soils of India.
Its common name, ‘winter-cherry’, is a reference to its small red fruits. However we are interested in the root of the plant as this contains its magic.
Its ability to survive the stress of such a harsh environment can be passed onto us. The roots are harvested and air-dried to preserve them before we use them in our supplements to help us thrive in the extremes of our lives.
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