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  • Latin Name:   Withania somnifera
  • Synonyms:   Indian ginseng,Winter cherry,Ajagandha,Kanaje Hindi,Samm Al Ferakh
  • Part of Used:   Root
  • Specifications:   Withanolides (B+E) 1-5% HPLC/Withanolides (B+E) 8% HPLC,Oligosaccharides 32% UV
  • Appearance:   Light yellow fine powder
  • Application:   dietary supplement, medicine
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Product name

Ashwagandha Extract powder

Latin Name

Withania somnifera

Active ingredients



Indian ginseng,Winter cherry,Ajagandha,Kanaje Hindi,Samm Al Ferakh


Light yellow fine powder

Part used



Withanolides (B+E) 1-5% HPLC/Withanolides (B+E) 8% HPLC,Oligosaccharides 32% UV


3-6g daily

Main benefits

primarily, anticancer, Immune System Health

Applied industries

Medicine, dietary supplement

What is Ashwagandha Extract?

Ashwagandha extract is derived from the root and leaves of the Ashwagandha plant (Withania Somnifera). The extract is used primarily in conjunction with other ayurvedic herbs and administered as a preventive adaptogen for overall improvement of health and body systems. The medicinal benefits of ashwagandha extract are attributed to the high levels of phenolic compounds, withanolides, flavonoids, alkaloids, lactones and saponins it contains. These biological compounds occur at a level 4-5 times higher in the root of the shrub than in the leaves and fruits. As such, all high quality ashwagandha extract will be derived almost exclusively from the root with little or no leaves and berries used. Using the root also generally ensures that the full biochemical spectrum of the herb is preserved in the extract. The Rasa (or taste) of the powder is often described as litter sweet. Ashwagandha extract is usually made in one of three ways, either powdered extract, water based, or oil (fat) based extract. Commercially produced ashwagandha extract will usually be standardized to contain a specified amount of active compound per unit weight or volume. For example, liquid ashwagandha extract which is standardized to 2.5% flavonoids would then contain 2.5% of the active compounds with respect to volume of the extract.

Powdered Ashwagandha Extract

Powdered extract is the most commonly available extract. The root of the plant is dried and then grinded to a semi fine texture to produce the powdered extract. This powdered form of the herb is then either available in bulk or converted into a capsule form. The capsule form of ashwagandha

According to the scientists, Ashwagandha Extract like Chinese ginseng has a strong, excitement and enhance human immunity and other functions. Ashwagandha Extract and other some of the strong sun plants (e.g., maca, Turner grass, guarana, kava root and Chinese epimedium, etc.) after the compatibility can be processed into medicines to treat male erectile dysfunction syndrome. It is understood that the current us market at least dozens of "natural viagra" products, the vast majority of contains Ashwagandha Extract ,they sell in the market are good.

It is interesting to note that according to us researchers found that Ashwagandha Extract and excellent sedation. And there are many people in us adults with mental stress, unable to sleep at night, is now the United States manufacturers of natural sleep products (sleeping) in South Ashwagandha Extract as main ingredient, and join the valerian root, daisies and other medicinal plants has a calming effect.

Chemical constituents of Ashwagandha Extract

  Ashwagandha roots, seeds and leaves are used in medicines. Ashwagandha root drug finds an important place in treatment of rheumatic pain, inflammation of joints, nervous disorders and epilepsy. Dried roots are used as tonic for hiccup, cold, cough, female disorders, as a sedative, in care of senile debility, ulcers, etc. Leaves are applied for carbuncles, inflammation and swellings. Leaf juice is useful in conjunctivitis. Bark decoction is taken for asthma and applied locally to bed sores. Ashwagandha and its extracts are used in preparation of herbal tea, powders, tablets and syrups.

  Ashwagandha Extract has anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-stress, antioxidant, mind-boosting, immune- enhancing, and rejuvenating properties. Ashwagandha root has also been noted to have sex-enhancing properties. Ashwagandha is mentioned in the ancient Kama Sutra as an herb to be used for heightening sexual experience. Ashwagandha extract has the ability to restore sexual health and improve overall vitality while promoting a calm state of mind. A 2002 laboratory study indicates ashwagandha stimulates the growth of axons and dendrites. A 2001 study in rodents showed ashwagandha had memory boosting ability. A 2000 study with rodents showed ashwagandha to have anti-anxiety and anti-depression effects.

   Ashwagandha Extract has been used as an aphrodisiac, liver tonic, anti-inflammatory agent, and more recently to treat asthma, ulcers, insomnia, and senile dementia. Clinical trials and animal research support the use of ashwagandha for anxiety, cognitive and neurological disorders, inflammation, and Parkinson's disease. Incorporation of ashwagandha in the diet may prevent or decrease the growth of tumors in human.

It helps in providing progressive, long lasting results for various health concerns like aging, anemia and slow growth, arthritis, fatigue, waning memory, sports fitness and stress-disorders. Pharmacological studies and research so far have indicated that Ashwagandha has anti-tumour, anti-stress, antioxid boosting, haemopoeitic and rejuvenating properties. It is also an exceptional nerve tonic and nourishes the nerves and improves nerve function to maintain calm during stressful conditions. It also nourishes crucial mind and body connection and psychological immune response. 

Benefits of taking Ashwagandha Extract supplements:

1.Ashwagandha Extract is used to restore male libido, cure impotence and increase male fertility. 

It is widely used in southern Asia as a male sexuality tonic.the herb helps to reduce the negative effects of stress, slow tumour growth, treat anxiety and insomnia, and reduce cholesterol in addition to increasing sexual performance.

Research on ashwagandha has concluded that extracts of the plant has a direct spermatogenic influence on the seminiferous tubules of immature rats presumably by exerting a testosterone-like effect.

2. Ashwagandha benefits of anti-cancer effects.

Japanese researchers found that the leaf extract of Ashwagandha has a significant anti-proliferative activity in human

tumorigenic cells. However, it did not impart any protection against the oxidative damage caused by high glucose and

hydrogen peroxide to human tumor cells suggesting that it can be used as an anti-tumor, but not as an anti-oxidant substance.

3.Immune System Health

Ashwagandha is believed to boost the immune system, which makes it beneficial for treating many types of diseases and health problems. This herb is often used to reduce fever and fight against infections.


Many health conditions are worsened by chronic inflammation within the body, including heart disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and many auto immune diseases. Taking ashwagandha on a regular basis may reduce the amount of inflammation within the body, which in turn may help to reduce the symptoms of inflammation related conditions.

5.Brain Health

Some studies have found that ashwagandha can improve brain function and it is suspected that it may be effective for certain brain disorders. Ashwagandha may improve the function of neurotransmitters, which can decrease the symptoms of some neurological conditions.

6.Thyroid Health

Ashwagandha helps the body to produce thyroid hormones. The thyroid controls how the body metabolizes food and creates energy. A healthy thyroid is essential for maintaining healthy weight levels and promoting restful sleep patterns.

7.Cancer Prevention

Studies have found that ashwagandha may reduce the growth of cancer cells while not affecting healthy cells. More research is needed to prove the benefits it may have in cancer prevention and treatment.

8.Cholesterol Control

Research shows ashwagandha may reduce bad cholesterol levels.


Research on patients with type 2 diabetes suggests that ashwagandha may help to regulate blood sugar levels.


Ashwagandha is high in iron and has been shown to increase hemoglobin levels.

12.Athletic Benefits

Ashwagandha may help to improve oxygen flow and usage on a cellular level. When oxygen use is increased, endurance and strength also increases. Ashwagandha is also helps to reduce lactic acid, which in turn reduces recovery time after a workout.

Side effects and safety of Ashwagandha Extract

Ashwagandha probably is safe for most healthy people when taken by mouth for short-term use. The side effects of large

dosage of ashwagandha may include stomach upset, diarrhea and vomiting, while the side effects of long-term use is unknown.