What is Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha Plant is a potent herb that has been a staple to Ayurvedic wellness traditions for centuries. Derived from the roots of the nightshade plant, Ashwagandha use dates back as far as 3,000 years ago where it was discovered in India. Today, Ashwagandha is still highly utilized in nutrition because of its powerful antioxidant presence.
There are many ways to enjoy this traditional herb with powder, tea, capsules, and tinctures. Looking for the highest quality source of Ashwagandha to support a healthy lifestyle?
- Ashwagandha Root (4,500 mg)
- Black Pepper Extract (95% Piperine)
- Quick-Release Capsules
Concentrated Herbal Extract
Get a powerful supply of this traditional herb with PipingRock Ashwagandha. Our quick-release capsules are scientifically crafted, supplying the equivalent of 4,500 mg of Ashwagandha plus Black Pepper Extract for optimal absorption. They're gluten-free and made without artificial flavor or preservatives, an excellent source of antioxidants for daily nutritional support!
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