5 reasons why HANAH Ashwagandha is the adaptogenic super plant you need
Used for thousands of years to promote overall physical and mental health, ashwagandha is having a resurgence in popularity as people have discovered the powerful benefits of this root in the last few years. If you haven't heard of its powers yet, you probably will soon. Here are 5 reasons why HANAH Ashwagandha+ is the best you can buy:
1: Ashwagandha, the power plant
Researchers are fascinated with ashwagandha. Hundreds of scientific studies have helped show this super-herb helps promote overall physical and mental health.
2: HANAH Ashwagandha+ is produced the traditional way
Following over 1,000 years of tradition, this ancient production method supercharges its bioavailability and allows it to be more easily absorbed by the body. This makes it more impactful and effective. Like all HANAH products, our ashwagandha is then triple tested for purity, quality and potency.
3: HANAH Ashwagandha+ is wild-harvested by hand where it grows naturally in India.
What makes HANAH Ashwagandha+ so special is how and where it is harvested. The soil is critical to the efficacy, health and purity of plants and herbs. Local farmers and villagers hand pick this wild herb where the soil has been replenished after each growing season using natural and often ancient methods such as the use of coconut husks for optimal soil replenishment.
4: Recommended by top trainers and yogis
Jason Walsh, Celebrity Trainer and founder of Rise Nation, consistently recommends HANAH Ashwagandha+ to his clients and his social media followers. The recovery benefits are a direct result of using the absolute top quality supplements.
Top yogis like Cate Stillman and Bibi McGill rave about the efficacy of HANAH products.
5: HANAH Ashwagandha is produced in small artisanal batches
HANAH creates small artisanal batches of ashwagandha to ensure efficacy and obtain the purest and highest quality product. It is our mission to support traditional harvesting practices that maintain the integrity of the land, the food it produces and the culture that sustains it.
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