ashwaganda


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ashwaganda

Ayurvedic medicine
An Indian shrub regarded as a tonic for the bone marrow, muscles and other tissues; it is used internally for fatigue, heart disease, hay fever, indigestion, infertility, loss of libido, multiple sclerosis and rheumatic complaints, and topically for skin conditions—e.g., abscesses, cuts, and ringworm; it is believed to be an aphrodisiac and prevent male sterility.
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