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Ashwagandha has been an active part of Ayurvedic medicine since ages. It is derived from the berries or the roots of the ashwagandha plant.
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It stimulates melanin which can combat greying of hair.
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Ashwagandha helps in tackling the ill-effects of loss of sleep, and facilitates sound sleep.
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It is enriched with iron, amino acids as well antioxidants
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It is helpful in boosting immunity
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Ashwagandha can be taken in form of tablets or powder - both readily available in chemist shops. It aids in tackling insomnia and joint pain.
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It also has anti-inflammatory properties
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When mixed with dried ginger powder and lemon juice, ashwagandha can be used as a toner to enhance the efficacy of your beauty regime.
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The magical herb is also used in shampoos as it is known to help in hair strengthening and fighting dandruff