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Ashwagandha is good for silkworms too! When fed to the hard-working worms with their regular diet of mulberry leaves, silk output increased.10

The berries of the ashwagandha shrub can be used to solidify milk into cheese.6

Ashwagandha is a great natural herbicide too. Studies show it can significantly reduce the growth of ragweed parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorus L.), an invasive weed that ruins grazing land and causes allergic reactions in humans, livestock, and horses.90-91

Animal studies show that a substance called arabinogalactan in Ashwagandha can decrease coughing as much codeine.92

It's true! In clinical research studying the health benefits of ashwagandha, men who took the herb showed a re-pigmentation of grey hair.24

Clinical studies say that ashwagandha is one herbal aphrodisiac that can really help spice up your love life.79

Considered a rejuvenative antioxidant ingredient, ashwagandha can be found in many cosmetic, hair, and skin products to help restore moisture, get rid of wrinkles, and strengthen the hair.84-85

Need to take off those pounds before this summer's swimsuit season? Ashwagandha may be able to help you beat the winter doldrums, de-stress, and get diet-defeating cortisol levels under control.74

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