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Ashvagandha seeds for sale

Withania somnifera
Syn. Physalis flexuosa
Regional Syn : (E) Winter cherry (S) Ashavagandha
(H) Asgandh (B) Ashvagandha, (Qashmirian) Iskand,
(G) Ashvagandha, Asoda, Ghodasoda (T) Ammukira.
Part Used : Root, Leaves.
Constituents : Alkaloids; Sominiferin and three Alkaloids;
Action/Uses : Plant; tonic, alterative, astringent, aphrodisiac, nervine sedative. Leaf
& Root; narcotic. Root; diuretic, tonic, alterative, aphrodisiac.
Used in; Root; in rheumatic swelling.

100/200/500/100 seeds/pkt
(Ashwagandha seeds are organic and Open-polinated)
Ashvagandha seed materials are available at :
The JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001
R&D Plant Introduction Centre (Sonamarag)
Ph: 01933-223705
Mob: 09858986794

Withania somnifera seeds for sale

Scientific Name : Withania somnifera
Family  : Solanaceae
Common name : Winter cherry
Hindi : Ashwagandha
English : Winter cherry
Urdu: Takhume Asgandh
Part Used : Root
Habit and Distribution : An erect perennial shrubby plant with ovate leaves, clusters of small yellow flowers and ovoid red fruits at the nodes and in the axils of leaves, tuberous roots. Ashwagandha grows prolifically in Kashmir, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Chemical constituents : The main constituent of alkaloids is withanine. The other alkaloids are somniferine, somnine, somniferinine, withananine, pseudo-withanine, tropine, pseudo-tropine, 3-a-gloyloxytropane, choline, cuscohygrine, isopelletierine, anaferine and anahydrine. The leaves contain steroidal lactones, which are commonly called withanolides.

Uses : Ashwagandha has been traditionally used for general debility, sexual debility and nerve exhaustion. Ashwagandha acts a good nutrient and hormonal function for thyroid, promote healing of tissues, improves physical endurance and support sound sleep. It is considered the primary adaptogenic Ayurvedic herb for its ability to build reserves for handling stressful conditions. Ashawagandha as an adaptogen. It was use in folk medicine against arthritis, asthma, cancer, candidiasis, colds, cough, cystitis, debility, diarrhea, fever, gynecopathy, hiccups, hypertension, inflammations, lumbago, nausea, piles, proctitis, psoriasis, rheumatism, ringworm, scabies, senility small pos, sores, syphilis, tuberculosis, tumors, typhoid and wounds.

Details on multiplication and distribution of elite planting/seed materials of medicinal and aromatic crops at
Write to us at: The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001

Registered off:-Ist street, Shaheed-e-Azemat Road, Nambalbal, Pampore PPR J&K 192121
R&D (Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre at Sonamarag
Ph: 01933-223705
Mob: 09858986794