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Ashwagandha

The Chill Pill

  • Helps relieve occasional stress and tension*
  • Supports sexual wellness*
  • Helps reduce food cravings*
  • Supports muscle strength and recovery*
  • 30 day supply
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Third-Party Tested
Third-Party Tested
No Unnecessary Fillers
No Unnecessary Fillers
Non-GMO
Non-GMO
Certified C.L.E.A.N.
Certified C.L.E.A.N.
Vegan
Vegan
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
The basics
Good Research
Good Research
Traditionally Used
Traditionally Used
Ashwagandha has been used in the Indian practice of Ayurveda for centuries, and for good reason. Recent studies show this calming adaptogen can help improve occasional stress and physical endurance when paired with exercise. And while not commonly used in Western medicine yet, it’s quickly become the peoples’ choice for chiller days and even better sex.*
The basics
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In the Indian practice of Ayurveda, ashwagandha has been celebrated for centuries for its therapeutic qualities.

Research and benefits

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Supports muscle strength and recovery

Ashwagandha, a rejuvenative herb, has been studied for its effects on physical performance. Clinical studies have shown that it can support increases in strength levels during resistance training, as well as reduce exercise-induced muscle damage over time.*

Number of studies

3

Years of studies

2015-2018

Double-blind placebo

Yes

Ashwagandha, a rejuvenative herb, has been studied for its effects on physical performance. Clinical studies have shown that it can support increases in strength levels during resistance training, as well as reduce exercise-induced muscle damage over time.*

Supports sexual wellness

In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, Ashwagandha has been used as an aphrodisiac to support sexual function and wellness. A 2015 study showed that women who took ashwagandha over an 8-week period saw significant improvements with orgasms, arousal, and satisfaction.* Clinical studies have also shown the positive impact Ashwagandha has on men, supporting healthy testosterone levels. Ashwagandha supports men and women in different ways, but provides both with improved sexual function.*

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

2013-2015

Double-blind placebo

No

In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, Ashwagandha has been used as an aphrodisiac to support sexual function and wellness. A 2015 study showed that women who took ashwagandha over an 8-week period saw significant improvements with orgasms, arousal, and satisfaction.* Clinical studies have also shown the positive impact Ashwagandha has on men, supporting healthy testosterone levels. Ashwagandha supports men and women in different ways, but provides both with improved sexual function.*

Helps relieve occasional stress

Stress is a common factor in most people’s lives and can affect our mood and decision making. Ashwagandha has been clinically studied for its effectiveness in relieving occasional stress.* This compelling herb has been used all around the world as an Ayurvedic therapy and new clinical research seeks to confirm its traditional use.

Number of studies

5

Years of studies

2012-2016

Double-blind placebo

No

Stress is a common factor in most people’s lives and can affect our mood and decision making. Ashwagandha has been clinically studied for its effectiveness in relieving occasional stress.* This compelling herb has been used all around the world as an Ayurvedic therapy and new clinical research seeks to confirm its traditional use.

Supports memory and cognitive function

As an adaptogen, ashwagandha may influence memory and cognitive function. One study evaluated the effect of 600mg of ashwagandha extract on memory and cognitive function in adults with mild cognitive impairment. When compared to placebo, the ashwagandha treatment group demonstrated significant improvements in both immediate and general memory as well as executive function, sustained attention, and information-processing speed.*

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2017

Double-blind placebo

No

As an adaptogen, ashwagandha may influence memory and cognitive function. One study evaluated the effect of 600mg of ashwagandha extract on memory and cognitive function in adults with mild cognitive impairment. When compared to placebo, the ashwagandha treatment group demonstrated significant improvements in both immediate and general memory as well as executive function, sustained attention, and information-processing speed.*

Helps increase aerobic capacity and endurance capacity

One double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized study examined the effect of ashwagandha on cardiorespiratory performance. Taking ashwagandha resulted in increases in VO2 max, a key factor when it comes to endurance because muscles need oxygen to produce energy.*

Number of studies

3

Years of studies

2015-2018

Double-blind placebo

Yes

One double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized study examined the effect of ashwagandha on cardiorespiratory performance. Taking ashwagandha resulted in increases in VO2 max, a key factor when it comes to endurance because muscles need oxygen to produce energy.*

Helps reduce food cravings

Ashwagandha’s calming properties can help reduce food cravings associated with stress. In one clinical study, subjects taking ashwagandha showed significant reductions in scores on the Food Cravings Questionnaire, a commonly used measure of food cravings.*

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2016

Double-blind placebo

Yes

Ashwagandha’s calming properties can help reduce food cravings associated with stress. In one clinical study, subjects taking ashwagandha showed significant reductions in scores on the Food Cravings Questionnaire, a commonly used measure of food cravings.*

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Smarter formulas

Concentrated for results

Our Ashwagandha roots are harvested using a gentle method, developed over fourteen years of research, to deliver the most concentrated extract in the world. The powder is then dried, analyzed, and shipped to the United States where it is tested and encapsulated.

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Better
ingredients

The ashwagandha we use is certified organic, non-GMO, and is sustainably harvested from farms in India. The extract is solely from the plant’s root and we only use quality roots that are solid, bright, and a healthy size.

Farmed in India ·
Farmed in India ·
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