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Double A Power: Ashwagandha and Acerola

Industry by Rosemary Tambini on March 13, 2018

Double A Power: Ashwagandha and Acerola

ASHWAGANDHA, aka “winter cherry” or “Indian ginseng,” directly translates to “odor of horse” because of the distinct scent it emits (which is similar to horse sweat). In Ayurvedic medicine, ashwagandha is classified as “Rasayana,” a type of essence “that helps in the healing of the body and the lengthening of life” (prohealth).

Parts of the Plant

Leaf: used to treat fever and opthalmia (inflammation of the eye).

Root: helps treat ulcers. Can act as a diuretic and a remedy for insomnia and constipation.

Root + berries of the ashwagandha plant: used in tonics and capsules.

Ashwagandha can assist in the following imbalances and disorders:

  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Hyperglycemia
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • ADHD
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Keratosis

Ashwagandha is typically offered in CAPSULE and POWDER form. The latter can be turned into a smooth paste and applied topically to help treat wounds. This paste can “fight off bacteria, alleviate pain and speed up the healing process” (prohealth). This paste also makes for a healthy skin toner to leave your skin with a rejuvenated glow (prohealth).

Double A Power: Ashwagandha and Acerola

ACEROLA, commonly known as “Barbados cherry” and “West Indian myrtle,” is a modest shrub or small tree that grows a cherry-like fruit… does “acerola cherry” ring a bell?

Acerola fruit’s rich mixture of nutrients, including its high concentration of Vitamin C, can offer a range of benefits to your customers. The best part? These benefits are attainable through supplementation! Acerola can help:

  • Regulate metabolism
  • Boost immunity
  • Support cognitive function
  • Protect eye and skin health
  • Improve heart health

Acerola is conveniently offered as POWDER, LIQUID, CAPSULES, and CHEWABLES. Whichever form you choose, your customers may benefit from supplementation in ways they never thought possible.

Ashwagandha and acerola have some similarities in agency. Both help improve the health of many people, including those with diabetes. Acerola assists in slowing the release of sugar into the bloodstream, which in turn prevents diabetic spikes and drops (organicfacts). Spikes and drops in blood sugar could be deadly for people with diabetes, so acerola is not a supplement to overlook.

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