You know what they say, you can’t pour from an empty cup. And Ashwagandha is here to fill your cup till it overflows allllll the way down into the sweet Earth in nearly every possible way. 

Need an energizer? A better night's sleep? A beauty boost, or why not, a sexy revamp? Ashwagandha is your adaptogen super-star packed with a constellation of medicinal benefits for an enhanced and rejuvenated life.


Withania somnifera. Sounds whimsical, doesn’t it? 

Whimsical it is indeed. This multi-faceted herb and esteemed adaptogen defies contradictions and the paradigms of most medicinal models in it’s multi-dimensional healing abilities. 

Native to regions of India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and South Africa the potent ability of this herb is evident in it’s legend stamped into the healing traditions of all cultures that share land with this medicinal gem.  

Heading over to India, the home of Ayurvedic medicine, it is known as Asgandh. It’s Hindi name means scent of a horse.  But WAIT, before you scoff at the offputting name, know that this herb was named in its belief to give its users the steady stamina of a stallion. Talk about power. It is one of the highly esteemed Rasayanas of Ayurvedic medicine, meaning it’s known to sharpen the mind, enhance libido and promote longevity. Ok, ok… The fresh root HAS been said to smell like… But our clinical herbalist does wonders playing it off it’s more palatable companions like blue lotus and jujube in our ashwagandha-heavy blends.

Not only is this herb a renowned adaptogen revered for its ability to boost your energy, it is also a calming nervine packed with antioxidants, in addition to being anti-inflammatory, to top off it’s bountiful bouquet of medicinal qualities.

But we don’t necessarily have to peer into the past to find evidence that this herb is not all talk. Ashwagandha is the one of the most extensively researched adaptogens in both human and animal clinical trials to date to cement it’s ancient historical use in modern times.


Ashwagandha is your sweet lover that will help you sleep through the night with a cuddle session and wake you up with a boost of energy that excites you for your day. 

No need to switch out your herbs when the evening hits. This herb can energize you and help you get a better night's sleep at the same time. Ashwagandha is a calming nervine, and has been proven effective for relieving anxiety and stress-related insomnia.

Being the polycrest super star that it is, befriending Ashwagandha is the key to your revamp on your relationship with the way you experience energy. Taking Ashwagandha will have your cup overflowing with calm and grounding energy. It will even tune your circadian rhythms to be as harmonious and balanced as the sun and moon themselves.

Not only does Ashwagandha transform your inner landscape to be one of peace and prosperity but it can positively influence your outward appearance too.

One of the lesser emphasized benefits of Ashwagandha is its ability to promote youthfulness and glowing skin. How? The answer is tri-fold.

First, because of it’s calming and adaptogenic ability, LESS stress will leave MORE time and resources for your body to thrive instead of getting swallowed up in stress-responses and the overproduction of cortisol which tends to exacerbate skin problems.

Second, Ashwagandha has a unique ability to promote hormone balance. In fact, it’s one of the few herbs that directly impacts the thyroid, as well.

Third, and last but not least it’s loaded with antioxidants, essential to fighting free-radical damage that compromises skin from environmental and internal imbalances.

There you have it, not only is this herb lulling you into a beautiful mood on the inside, it can revive and enhance your outward appearance too. 


It won't be just your calm aura and glowing-supple skin turning heads. Oh boy, does this herb have plans for you. 

In Indian Traditional Medicine, Ashwagandha is prepared with Ghee and Honey to ramp up sexual prowess and more specifically, given to enhance men’s fertility and libido. 

But it’s medicine has no gender bias. In fact, once that baby is made Ashwagandha wants to transform from a seductress to a loving caretaker. In India and parts of Africa, this herb has been used as a uterine tonic and to encourage healthy pregnancy

Follow the footsteps of these great traditions and consider welcoming Ashwagandha into your life, for a full mind and body rejuvenation.*

*Best done with the guidance of your local herbalist