Anti-Inflammatory Ashwagandha Extract For Low Energy: Awareness Campaign Launch
The new campaign is led by Dr. Tom O’Bryan of theDr.com and draws upon a variety of peer-reviewed studies from leading scientific journals. The website seeks to educate consumers on the prospective health benefits of herbal extracts and how adaptogenic and bioavailable ingredients can boost Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factors (BDNF) to tackle inflammation and oxidative stress. The launch coincides with the release of the ‘Fix Your Brain Recipe Book’ which is available to download without charge from theDr.com.
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The new report points to a growing body of research, outlining why inflammation is often at the heart of impaired energy metabolism. The increased demand placed on the immune system may be responsible for dips in energy, owing to reduced cytokine secretion.
Ashwagandha is central to the practice of ancient Indian Aryuvedan medicine and has been used for thousands of years as a natural healing aid. Known also as Withania Somnifera, Indian Ginseng, and Winter Cherry, the plant is native to South East Asia. According to a study by the Antioxidants (Basel) journal, Ashwagandha contains WA – a compound that targets inflammatory pathways in the body and may also reduce proteins such as interleukin-10.
Dr. O’Bryan’s campaign, launched in conjunction with leading organic adaptogenic formula developer Sun Horse Energy, also points to studies that suggest Ashwagandha may be effective in improving concentration levels. An article in the Natural Medicine Journal highlights research linking significant improvements in cognitive function and performance to Ashwagandha consumption.
Furthermore, the results of randomized controlled trials published by the Journal of Dietary Supplements revealed Ashwagandha treatment groups demonstrated improved executive function, sustained attention, and information-processing speed.
TheDr.com’s campaign also draws attention to Ashwagandha’s ability to regenerate axons and dendrites of brain nerve cells as per the British Journal of Pharmacology as well as reducing levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
A spokesperson for theDr.com says, “We’ve all experienced brain fog, misplaced keys, forgotten facts, a general feeling that you’re just feeling off today. And many of us will experience that “fog” manifesting as something more permanent either in ourselves or our loved ones. For anyone worried about any type of brain ailment, ranging from chronic conditions to simple brain fog and fatigue, this essential guide covers the full spectrum of prevention to treatment.”
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