Benefits of Ashwagandha Root
As with most natural libido enhancers, including those in Phalpro, ashwagandha root doesn’t only give you a boost in the bedroom. Here’s a quick look at the other ways this supplement can improve your life.
As an adaptogen, ashwagandha root has long been used in Indian medicine to treat male impotence and libido issues. Recent studies on animals have also shown that it has a direct effect on sperm production, making it a powerful weapon against fertility problems. Its stress-fighting properties help combat overproduction of progesterone, which can lower your libido and sexual performance; getting that back in line can give you a near-instant boost in the bedroom. Women have also seen some increase in sexual desire and satisfaction after using ashwagandha, as well as increased fertility thanks to reduced stress and better hormonal balance.
Ashwagandha doesn’t only even out testosterone production; it has a tremendous effect on other endocrine systems throughout your body. It’s an especially good way to treat thyroid problems, adrenal fatigue, and any number of other hormonally-based issues. In addition, it combats the negative effects stress has on your body, fights chronic pain, and can help lower blood sugar. Women may find relief from post-menopausal symptoms by taking some ashwagandha.
Immune System Boost
Studies have also shown that ashwagandha ramps up your body’s production of white blood cells. This gives you an important advantage in battling bacteria and other germs. It also has antioxidant properties, which means it just might help you prevent or treat cancer, as well as warding off the effects of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other degenerative dieases.
Among the many things ashwagandha can help regulate are anxiety and depression. It acts similarly to some major pharmaceutical antidepressants without the same side effects and far fewer adverse side effects. It can also boost energy levels, making it easier to go about your daily business and get some quality exercise in.
Side Effects To Watch Out For
Large doses of ashwagandha root have caused digestive issues, mainly diarrhea and nausea, and it’s occasionally been known to cause drowsiness, but those are the main long-term problems associated with it. Pregnant women should avoid taking it, and people already on medications for the problems it can help with should be careful. As always, talk to your doctor before adding ashwagandha to your daily regimen.