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The Surprising Sexual Health Benefits of Ashwagandha

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Ashwagandha is a medicinal herb that's been used for millennia in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Commonly known as "Indian winter cherry" and "Indian ginseng," ashwagandha is used to treat a range of ailments in children and adults alike. Here are just six of the health benefits of ashwagandha.


1. Stress Reducer

Ashwagandha may help reduce cortisol levels, according to research. Cortisol is a stress hormone that, in constant or large doses, can cause a number of health problems, including heart disease and increased storage of abdominal fat. In one study, ashwagandha reduced cortisol levels by 30 percent, on average.

Another way ashwagandha reduces stress is by blocking the stress pathway in the brain. A study on rats found that this occurs through regulating the neurotransmitter GABA, which is responsible for feelings of calm and wellbeing.


2. Combats Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and depression take a toll on your overall health and wellbeing. Ashwagandha has been shown to be effective for reducing anxiety and depression. In one study, the group that supplemented with ashwagandha reported a whopping 69 percent decrease in anxiety, compared to just 11 percent in the placebo group.

Although more research is needed into the effects of ashwagandha on depression, one study of 64 adults with chronic stress found that those who took 600 milligrams of this herb each day reported a 79 percent decrease in severe depression. By contrast, the placebo group reported a 10 percent increase in depression.


3. Boosted Testosterone and Reproductive Health

A study of 75 infertile men found that Ashwagandha supplementation increased sperm count and sperm motility, and it caused a significant increase in subjects' testosterone levels. It also caused an increase in antioxidant levels in their blood, which was confirmed in another study.


4. Increased Muscle Mass

Several studies show that ashwagandha promotes gains in the strength and size of muscles. One study involved men who took 750 to 1,200 milligrams of ashwagandha for 30 days and gained significant muscle strength during that time. Another study found the same results, and additionally, the participants more than doubled their loss of body fat.


5. Inflammation Reduction

Inflammation is at the root of many devastating diseases, but ashwagandha may help reduce inflammation. Studies on humans and animals show that ashwagandha increases the activity of immune cells that fight infection, and it decreases markers of inflammation, including C-reactive protein, or CRP.

One study found that the group taking 250 milligrams of ashwagandha had a 36 percent reduction in CRP, compared with a six percent reduction in the group that took a placebo.


6. Brain Boosting

Research shows that ashwagandha may improve memory and reduce other brain function problems associated with injury or disease. Scientists believe this is due to the higher level of antioxidant activity that occurs with ashwagandha ingestion. These powerful antioxidants protect the brain's nerve cells from free radicals, which cause damage, especially as we age.

One study on rats with epilepsy found a reversal of memory impairment with ashwagandha supplementation.


Master “The Moment”

Ashwagandha is a powerful, well-researched ingredient, that is one of many included in Predoxen's Max Delay. A daily dose of Max Delay provides a range of vitamins, minerals, and all-natural nutrients that go to work boosting your sexual health and performance while helping you relax and take back control of your climax. Ashwagandha is a promising therapeutic herb that can have numerous, far-reaching effects on your health when taken daily along with a nutritious diet.









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