Ashwagandha fills the body with physical and mental power; it is a general tonic, which normalizes work of all systems in the body and triggers processes in the male body, prevents aging. It relieves stress and strain, protects the nervous system.

The drug is especially effective for male infertility, improves sperm quality, eliminates impotence (and is not acting as chemical drugs, which lead to occasional excitement, but slowly and gradually solves the very cause of the disease), the drug is natural and does not harm health. Ashwagandha has a positive effect on the muscles, bone marrow and joints.

It helps with insomnia and prolonged nervous exhaustion. The drug restores strength after severe diseases or operations. It is well suited to people with a constitution of Vata dosha. When Vata goes easily out of balance, you get excessive fussiness, attention span, rapid flow of thoughts, exhausting nervous system, which leads to disorders and insomnia.

The Internet is full of information that Ashwagandha is a stress buster that is suitable for both men and women, however in India, the Ayurvedic physicians recommend taking it to men, and it is intended, primarily, for men’s health. Women can take Ashwagandha in combination with other herbs depending on the condition. The mixed reception is usually prescribed by Ayurvedic doctor.

Indications for use

  • Imbalance of Vata dosha;
  • Fatigue;
  • Lack of energy;
  • Nervous exhaustion;
  • The period of rehabilitation;
  • Male infertility;
  • Sexual weakness;
  • Impotence;
  • Muscle weakness;
  • The problems of old age;
  • Prevention of Parkinson’s disease;
  • Memory impairment;
  • Multiple sclerosis;
  • Paralysis;
  • Rheumatism;
  • Arthritis;
  • Shortness of breath, anemia;
  • Skin diseases.


  • Toxins, congestion;
  • To be taken carefully in case of increased intracranial pressure.

Studies show that Ashwagandha in the right amounts is safe for most people. At the same time, studies have shown that Ashwagandha should not be taken by pregnant or lactating women. People with autoimmune diseases should also avoid taking Ashwagandha without a doctor’s permission, as it may enhance autoimmune diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosus, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and diabetes mellitus of the 1st type. Ashwagandha increase the level of thyroid hormones. Therefore, people with diseases of the thyroid gland should avoid taking it.


It depends on the Constitution, age, and disease. On average, you should take 1 tablet twice a day before meals or 1 hour after a meal.

Ashwagandha works as a diuretic, digestive stimulant and helps to remove excess gases.

If you have a desire to increase your stamina, Ashwagandha will help you in it. After a few days of taking a medicine, you will feel a lift of energy and mood. However, remember that like all Ayurvedic drugs Ashwagandha gives positive results gradually, and the greatest effect can be achieved only by applying the drug for a long period of time.