Ashwagandha has become one of the most popular medicinal 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.
Triphala is probably the best known remedy in Ayurveda. Triphala combines the three royal 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.
Neem made from powder of the neem tree. The neem tree has a 2nd name in India: Drug tree. Its Latin name is Azadirachta indica. However, it is also called Niem, Neem or Margosa. Pregnant women, women of childbearing potential and children up to 3 years of age should not consume neem.
To ensure the excellent quality, the raw materials are controlled and bottled in our manufactory in Germany. Free from any additives and therefore extremely compatible. Suitable for vegans and all those who pay attention to a balanced, relaxed lifestyle.
Ashwagandha: Take between 3 and 6g of powder daily, distributed over meals with liquid.
Triphala: Up to 1g daily.
Neem: Up to 3g daily.
Ashwagandha powder (Withania somnifera), Triphala powder (Amalaki powder, Bibhitaki powder and Haritaki powder) and Neem powder (Azadirachta Indica) from controlled organic cultivation. (DE-ÖKO-005)
Organic according to EC organic regulation
Ashwagandha: 250 grams
Neem: 100 gram