Ayurvedic Herb Better Than Psychotherapy at Reducing Stress
What if a single herb could help you sleep at night...
Focus on the things you enjoy...
Get out of your own head...
Increase your mental alertness...
Reduce fatigue in your body...
And even help with stress-related hypertension...
All without expensive medications, doctor visits, or time-consuming therapy sessions?
What if you could simply say goodbye to the stress and anxiety that takes over your life?
This may all sound too good to be true, but it’s not.
For over 6,000 years, one very special herb has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a way to relieve stress.1
And now science has proven that it’s one of the most effective solutions for stress and anxiety relief.
The incredible herb we’re talking about is called ashwagandha.
You may have also heard ashwagandha referred to as “winter cherry” or “Indian ginseng.”
But if this is the first time you’re hearing about this herb, there are a few things you should know.
Ashwagandha, scientifically known as Withania somnifera, comes from the root of a small shrub native to the Middle East, Northern Africa, and India.
But today, you can find it all over the world.
And there’s a good reason this herb has stood the test of time through several different cultures: It works.
And get this:
Not only is it effective, but it also outperforms conventional treatments such as psychotherapy and Valium.
Not to mention that this natural herb doesn’t bring along the severe side effects that many prescription drugs do.
Although ashwagandha has been used for millennia, it’s only recently getting the recognition it deserves in the West.
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Over the last several decades, scientists have discovered that ashwagandha has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antitumor, immunomodulatory, rejuvenating, anti-stress, and anti-anxiety effects.2
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg — researchers continue to uncover more and more benefits of using this amazing herb.
Recently, a clinical trial was carried out on a group of people with moderate to severe anxiety over an eight-week period.
The researchers compared the effectiveness of ashwagandha to the effectiveness of psychotherapy for anxiety.
What the researchers found is that ashwagandha reduced anxiety and improved concentration. And the results were even better than the psychotherapy group.
Another article was published by the Department of Family Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University, reviewing five separate studies on the anti-anxiety and stress-reducing effects of ashwagandha.3
Each of these five studies found significant score improvements for both stress and anxiety levels.
“Nearly half of all Americans report that stress has a negative impact on both their personal and professional lives,” wrote the American Psychology Association (APA).
According to the APA, stress can affect nearly every part of your life:
- Your sex drive
- Your work life
- Your energy levels
- Your mood
- Your sleep
- Your health
Ashwagandha could be the absolute easiest solution for a more stress-free and happier life.
Now that the research is out there, using ashwagandha for stress and anxiety management seems like a no-brainer.
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now