We’ve talked about the amazing benefits of Ashwagandha in this article. By know, you already know that this herb has been used in traditional medicine and has been widely used as a cure all remedy. Its many health benefits have been long known in the Ayurvedic space and we are just recently discovering all of what this very powerful Ayurvedic herb has to offer.
Men are exploring natural medicines
There is a growing trend to explore a more natural approach to medicine and people are more eager to try natural alternatives to big pharma cures. Studies show that women are more inclined to try complementary and alternative medicines. However, men have joined the bandwagon and are now exploring the natural healing space as well.
We’ve previously discussed general benefits of Ashwagandha and how this potent herb comes with properties that can help everyone of all ages and gender, but to prove that Ashwagandha is as powerful as they get, let us tell you what the benefits of Ashwagandha are for men.
Significantly improves and regulates testosterone levels
A study reveals that Ashwagandha “reduced oxidative stress, as assessed by decreased levels of various oxidants and improved level of diverse antioxidants. Moreover, the levels of T, LH, FSH and PRL, good indicators of semen quality, were also reversed in infertile subjects after treatment with the herbal preparation.
Testosterone is responsible for a host of important bodily functions in men. It is the key hormone that regulates fertility and sex drive. It is also responsible for building muscle mass, for fat distribution, and for healthy red blood cell production.
So, with improved levels of testosterone, now only do you get a boost in muscle mass and reduction in exercise induced muscle damage, you also get the health benefit of a healthy libido and an increase in sperm count, sperm motility, and semen volume - which in turn, helps with over all male fertility.
Studies also show that a substance found in Ashwagandha called “Withaferin-A” helps inhibit the growth of cancer cells that can cause prostate cancer.
Probably the best benefit of Ashwagandha is its adaptogenic properties. Meaning it has natural substances that can help the body adapt to stress and gain homeostasis (balance). It’s adaptogenic properties help to strengthen the adrenal glands and fight stress and anxiety by reducing cortisol levels.
Vanilla Happy with Ashwagandha
Ladies if you have a sachet of this wonderful superfood blend at home then why not share it with your man? Some of the above has benefits for you too 😉