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Ashwagandha – Miracle to your Woes

Ashwagandha

Introduction

Do you wish for a flawless skin glow, radiance, and acne-free skin without having to do much about it? Let’s get real; we’ve all been there!

But guess what; we have the miracle ingredient to take away your woes – Ashwagandha. With its magical rejuvenating effects, organic Ashwagandha is among the most potent Ayurvedic herbs, so let’s get ahead in this blog and learn all the insights about its benefits in health as well as beauty.

What is Ashwagandha?

A calming Ayurvedic medicinal herb used as Rasayana (loosely translated as Path of Essence) elevates the youthfulness of the body and mind, cultivating peace of mind, healthy skin, and overall wellness.

Organic Ashwagandha is known for its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties – and making it a part of your regular skincare regimen can result in soft, glowing skin and keep the skin woes such as acne, dullness, and aging at bay.

This ancient Indian medicinal herb is a superfood for your skin and even hair. The advantages of Ashwagandha are seen in various ways that alleviate increased stress levels, recuperate stamina and reinstate strength.

Let’s head over to the benefits of this ancient staple ingredient.

Advantages of Ashwagandha

From Skin to Bone-

New to discovering this Ayurvedic ingredient Ashwagandha and its benefits for the skin? If you’re confused about where to start, we have an ultimate guide to the miracles of this majestic organic ingredient-

Historically, the roots of the medicinal plant, Ashwagandha – were used to treat insomnia, stress, constipation, diabetes, nervous breakdown, fever, and memory loss, to name a few. It has been used to treat various health and skin conditions – let’s look at them individually.

For Skin:

  • Prevents and Cures Acne

Due to anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, the use of Ashwagandha cures blemishes, skin redness, inflammation, and irritation.

  • Repairs Dull and Dry Skin

Get rid of dry and dull skin with this magical natural ingredient. Ashwagandha produces hyaluronan acid that nourishes the skin deeply, leaving it hydrated.

  • Promotes and Retains Skin Moisture

Ashwagandha for women imparts deep moisturization as it minimizes the natural oil secretion without hampering the natural oils that are a skin necessity.

While you indulge in your skincare regimen, Naija offers an organic solution for your skin – Aloe Vera-Tea Tree Oil pleasant day cream hydrates and repairs the skin with its restoring properties.

For Hair:

Ashwagandha is rich in nutrients that are good for hair. The organic Ashwagandha plant holds vitamin C, iron, and calcium – which keep the scalp healthy and promotes hair growth.

Also known for its benefits for hair, and they are:

  • Rejuvenates the Scalp
  • Encourages Healthy Hair Growth
  • Increases Hair Pigmentation

Ashwagandha improves the elasticity of the scalp and repairs any sun damage resulting in healthy and shiny hair.

For Health:

The use of Ashwagandha is an essential ingredient of centuries-old Ayurveda – a traditional system of medicine in India.

With skin benefits, the research on Ashwagandha is evolving with time as scientists have grabbed its efficacy against numerous ailments.

Here are a few advantages of Ashwagandha for your health:

  • Easing Stress & Anxiety
  • Fighting Inflammation
  • Boosts Immunity
  • Reduces Cholesterol
  • Controlling Blood Sugar Levels

Ashwagandha in your Skincare Routine

  • Face Pack

Ashwagandha in powder form is readily available in the market nowadays and preparing home DIYs has become easier than ever. Regular application and the use of the Ashwagandha face pack promote skin health, reduce skin conditions like acne and dullness, and give your skin the instant glow it deserves.

How to prepare:

  • Add 1/2 tsp of Ashwagandha powder in a bowl
  • Mix it with water until a paste-like consistency is achieved
  • Apply the paste all over the face and neck and let it dry
  • Rinse off with normal water and pat dry.

Repeat this DIY face pack once a fortnight and experience the graciously glowing and radiant skin by yourself in the comfort of your home.

  • Face Toner

Facial toners offer numerous skin benefits when added to your regular skincare regimen. They help minimize the appearance of pores, remove any excess oil, and help retain skin moisture. With Ashwagandha powder, let’s see how to prepare DIY face toner-

How to prepare:

  • Add Ashwagandha powder, honey, or milk and mix thoroughly.
  • Transfer this mix to a spray bottle
  • Spritz it to your face and let it settle in (after cleansing)

Pro tip: After your Ashwagandha DIY face toner is absorbed suitably, moisturize your face and enjoy radiant and hydrated skin.

  • Consume Orally

Just when you thought that’s all you benefit from Ashwagandha, we brought you one more!

You can consume it orally, and here are a few ways how this can be done-

  1. Add 1/2 tsp of Ashwagandha powder with 1/2 tsp of ghee and honey. Mix well in a bowl and consume it twice a day.
  2. Another way, add 1/2 tsp of Ashwagandha powder to a glass of warm milk and drink it daily before bed.
  3. Patanjali Ashwagandha capsules are also readily available in the market, which you can consume orally as any other medicine.

Conclusion

Ashwagandha is a miracle herb known to treat acne, pigmentation, and other skin-related problems. You can apply it, mix it with milk or even consume it.

Our experts at Naija Organic suggest you either take a patch test on your hand to make sure you’re allergic to it or not. In addition, if you’re undergoing any skin treatments, ensure you consult your dermatologist before applying or even consuming Patanjali and Himalaya Ashwagandha capsules.

To wrap up, we’d like to know how you use organic Ashwagandha for your skin. Let us know your thoughts with us on our social media pages.

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