Ashwagandha is perceived to generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) that are toxic to cancer cells. It is also believed to cause cancer cells to fight less against apoptosis, which is known as the death of cancer cells. These studies have yet to be done on humans, but most research indicates it could have the same effects.
Help support energy levels
Ashwagandha has adaptogenic activities, that help support normal energy levels. This has been known for the herb to help with fighting fatigue that stems from increased stress. The herb has also been known to increase serum T4 (thyroxine), which supports thyroid function. This in turn promotes better energy levels.
Reduce blood sugar levels
Many studies have been done that produce evidence that ashwagandha has been proven to reduce blood sugar levels through its effects on insulin secretion and sensitivity. These studies have been done on people that both people with normal health levels, and those with diabetes.
These are just a small portion of the benefits that have been found when taking