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Thursday, May 9, 2013

"Ancient Herb Proven to be a Potential Cure for Alzheimer's."

By Dr. Mercola
Ashwagandha is a small evergreen perennial herb that grows up to nearly 5 feet tall.
Common names used for ashwagandha include: Winter Cherry, Withania somnifera (Latin botanical name), and Indian Ginseng to name a few.
Regardless of the name you use to describe this adaptogenic herb, ashwaganda has been a part of India's Ayurvedic medical system for thousands of years.
There it's regarded as a wonder herb.
While often regarded as an herb for stress reduction and improved energy and vitality, there is a robust body of scientific research confiming ashwaganda's potential therapeutic value in several dozen health conditions.1
Now, new research has revealed this herb may also fight off the devastating effects of Alzheimer's disease. Read on