Ashwagandha has become one of the most popular plants in Ayurvedic teachings. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) is also known as sleeping berry, winter cherry or Indian ginseng. Ashwagandha, which is used in Indian Ayurveda, is a plant species of the nightshade genus (Withania). The sleeping berries are herbaceous plants, 30 to 150 cm high. They and their roots are among the most frequently used remedies in Ayurvedic medicine - comparable to the importance of ginseng in Chinese medicine. They are said to be well tolerated. Our Ashwagandha powder comes from sustainable organic cultivation and is ground in a way that is gentle on the active ingredients. The slow processing and permanent control guarantee the highest quality of the powder. Purely vegan and free from additives and anti-caking agents. The powder is filled into vegan HPMC capsules and canned and packed in our factory in Germany.
Triphala is probably the best known remedy in Ayurveda. Triphala combines the three king fruits of Ayurveda: the three myrobalan fruits Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki. In Ayurvedic teachings, Triphala is a much praised Rasayana. This is the term used in Indian healing science to describe the tonics and rejuvenators. The powder is mixed in equal parts from the three fruits. The capsule shell is made from vegetable material, also called HPMC. Unlike many others, it is not made from animal gelatin. The vegetable capsule is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Highly dosed and vegan.
Ashwagandha: 100% Ashwagandha powder (Withania somnifera) from controlled organic cultivation (DE-ÖKO-005). Capsule shell: Hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose (HPMC).
Triphala: Amalaki* powder, Bibhitaki* powder and Haritaki* powder. *Ingredients from controlled organic cultivation (DE-ÖKO-005). Capsule shell: Hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose (HPMC).
Ashwagandha: Take 1 capsule three times daily with food and sufficient liquid.
Triphala: Take 1 capsule twice daily with food and sufficient liquid. Sufficient for approximately 75 days.
90 grams each
Organic according to EC organic regulation