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  • Ashwagandha

    Alleviates symptoms of stress

  • Brand:
    Sensoril®
    Source:
    India
    Manufacturer:
    Natreon

What is it?

Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic herb found in India and North Africa.

What does it do?

Ashwagandha regulates the amount of cortisol circulating in the body, it helps to reduce anxiety, regulate blood sugar and improve immunity.

Why we chose it

Ashwagandha has been used safely and effectively for centuries in traditional and Ayurvedic medicine. Its benefits have also been supported by ample scientific evidence.

Why not a generic Ashwagandha?

Our Ashwagandha is the most powerful on the market and comes backed up by 12 clinical studies.

Evidence

Key Findings

After 30 days, Sensoril® significantly* reduced the signs of stress in healthy humans, compared to the placebo group.

A Standardized Withania Somnifera Extract Significantly Reduces Stress-Related Parameters in Chronically Stressed Humans
Auddy, B.et al (2008). Journal of American Nutraceutical Association, 11, pp. 50-56
Participants
130 healthy humans
Length
60 days
Type
Placebo-controlled, Double-blind, Randomized

Further Research

Evaluation of Analgesic Activity of Standardised Aqueous Extract of Withania somnifera in Healthy Human Volunteers using Mechanical Pain Model
Krishnamurthy, M. et al (2019). Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, Vol-13(1), FC01-FC04
A randomized, double blind placebo controlled study of efficacy and tolerability of Withaina somnifera extracts in knee joint pain.
Ramakanth, G. S. H. et al (2016). Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, 7(3), pp. 151–157.
Effect of withania somnifera extract on mental stress induced changes in hemodynamic properties and arterial wave reflections in healthy subjects
Pingali, Usharani & Pilli, Raveendranadh. et al (2013). Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research, 11, pp. 151-158.
A Standardized Withania Somnifera Extract Significantly Reduces Stress-Related Parameters in Chronically Stressed Humans
Auddy, B. et al (2008). Journal of American Nutraceutical Association, 11, pp. 50-56