In this video, you'll learn the nootropic benefits of Ashwagandha.
Including what it is, why it's used as a nootropic, recommended dosage, possible side effects and clinical research to back it all up.
Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for several thousand years. In Sanskrit it literally means “the smell of a horse” which implies this herb provides the vigor and strength of a stallion.
As a nootropic, Ashwagandha helps relieve stress, fatigue, restore energy and boosts concentration. As an adaptogen, it helps your entire body by normalizing blood sugar, boosts insulin sensitivity, works as an antioxidant, promotes breast, lung and colon health, and protects against inflammation. In your brain, Ashwagandha helps regenerate axons and dendrites of brain cells.
It helps reconstruct synapses, the junctions where nerve cells communicate. Which boosts memory and restores neural networks affected by neurodegenerative disease. Ashwagandha extract inhibits acetylcholinesterase.
The enzyme responsible for breaking down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Boosting memory, learning and cognition. Neurohackers who use Ashwagandha as a nootropic report that it is a potent stress reliever, anti-anxiety aid and antidepressant. For more on Ashwagandha including a full transcript of this video and links to clinical studies, go to: http://nootropicsexpert.com/ashwagandha
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