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Nature's Stress Relief: Sensoril® Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha (pronounced aash-wuh-GAHN-duh) has become one of the most popular words in wellness. If you’ve heard about it, you might be wondering what it is, where it came from and how it can benefit you. Vitafusion™ Ashwagandha gummy vitamins are formulated with Sensoril® Aswhagandha and the primary function is to help manage stress. However, there’s a lot more to this popular adaptogen than any one claim can define. Let’s dive in below on the science behind Ashwagandha.

What is Ashwagandha and the Ashwagandha Root?

Ashwagandha, or “Ashwa,” is a supplement ingredient that can be made from the leaves, root and berries of the “winter cherry” or “Indian ginseng” plant and is one of the most important herbs of Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurveda is the traditional medicine system in India and has existed for millennia. It prioritizes nutrition, herbs, mindfulness and exercise to promote balance between mind, body, spirit and the environment. Many Ayurvedic herbal remedies and tinctures use ashwagandha root because of its stress relieving properties. The ashwagandha root got its name because it smells like a horse (“Ashwa”) and thus is said to give the “power of horses.”

Adaptogens like ashwagandha are a key component in Ayurvedic medicine. One way to describe an adaptogen is that it is a substance that helps the body manage or respond to stress. Other common adaptogens for stress relief that you may have heard of include Goji berries, turmeric, holy basil and licorice root.

So What is Sensoril® Ashwagandha?

Sensoril Ashwagandha is extracted only using water, and the extraction process utilizes the whole plant instead of just the root. Vitafusion Ashwagandha gummy vitamins are made with Sensoril Ashwagandha.

Ashwagandha root, powder and plant

Benefits of Ashwagandha Gummies

While some people might be able to manage their stress through basic lifestyle changes to diet and exercise, others may find that turning to ashwagandha in some form provides additional support in helping manage stress* so they can take on the day.

The ashwagandha root is said to have a bitter taste, so it’s not something many people find super appealing to consumer on its own. One common way to incorporate Ashwagandha to manage stress is through a powder that can be mixed in teas or smoothies. However, some people may still find that offputting and want to look for other forms that will provide the same benefits. Enter ashwagandha gummies. Ashwagandha gummies taste great, are easy to take on the go and don’t require planning or recipe mixing to reap the benefits.*

What is the Sensoril® Ashwagandha Gummy Dosage?

Now that you’ve learned all about ashwagandha and ashwagandha gummy vitamins, you might be wondering how much ashwagandha you should take to feel like you are helping manage your stress.* A serving size of two (2) Vitafusion Ashwagandha Gummy Supplements offers a 125 mg dosage of ashwagandha with a natural blueberry flavor.

If you are wondering “Do I take ashwagandha in the morning or at night?” know that there is no right or wrong time of day to take it and that it really comes down to your lifestyle, routine and personal preferences. It’s always best to consult with your doctor on any changes to your vitamin and supplement regimen.

Does Vitafusion only have one Ashwagandha Supplement?

Vitafusion Ashwagandha Gummy Supplements are specifically formulated to help manage stress, but that’s not the only Sensoril Ashwagandha supplement available. Vitafusion Brain Food can help manage stress with the same 125 mg dose of ashwagandha but also contains Phosphatidylserine and B-vitamins that can help support the focus and help nourish your brain.* So, If you are looking for help managing stress, Vitafusion Aswagandha gummies could be right for you, but if you are looking for the added benefit of helping to focus and nourish the brain, Brain Food could be a good choice.*

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.