Try this magical tea for all your health problems

Ashwagandha literally means horse's smell. It has been used as an excellent herbal remedy for hundreds of years. Not only in India, but Native Americans and Africans have been using Ashwagandha to treat inflammation and fevers and as protection against infection.

Amrita Kumari
Written by: Amrita KumariPublished at: Feb 17, 2017

Magical tea

Magical tea
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Research shows that ashwagandha tea helps to improve neurological transmissions to the brain. School going children are said to benefit from improved memory and reception of knowledge by regular partake of a cup of Ashwagandha tea every morning.   Image source: Shutterstock

For weight loss

For weight loss
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Ashwagandha is known to regulate metabolism by controlling cortisol. It thus boosts insulin upregulation and control excessive weight growth.   Image source: Shutterstock

For your heart

For your heart
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The antioxidant properties of Ashwagandha apparently decrease LDL oxidation, thereby lowering risk of developing heart disease if taken regularly.The antioxidants present in Ashwagandha may also help prevent cancer, although one should never take a supplement without consulting a doctor.   Image source: Shutterstock  

For relaxation

For relaxation
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Ashwagandha has been known to be a mild sedative as it calms the mind and promotes restful sleep. It is used as a tonic to stimulate long term endurance and resistance to stress in Ayurvedic medicine. It also has anti- ageing benefits as it promotes tissue regeneration and slows the ageing process. Image source: Shutterstock    

For pain

For pain
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Physically occurring steroids in Ashwagandha are useful in the conduct of several seditious circumstances,such as arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome. These expected steroids can significantly reduce the pain associated with such inflammatory conditions.   Image source: Shutterstock

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