Increase resistance to stress, calm your mind, and rejuvenate your body* with Natural Factors KSM-66 Ashwagandha®.* Revered for thousands of years in Ayurveda and considered the “king of adaptogens,” ashwagandha also supports sleep, memory, and physical performance when combined with regular resistance training.* Additionally, new research suggests ashwagandha provides immune health support.*
KSM-66 Ashwagandha is the most clinically studied ashwagandha on the market, delivering these important health benefits.* This highly concentrated, clean, and standardized form is made from ashwagandha plant roots without the use of alcohol or chemical solvents.
- Provides relief for stress, sleep, and fatigue*
- Helps support natural energy levels*
- Supported by 24 gold standard studies
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