Why You Should Choose Ashwagandha Pure Root Extract for Your Dog or Cat

Why You Should Choose Ashwagandha Pure Root Extract for Your Dog or Cat

If you’ve visited the supplement aisle of your local health food store recently, chances are you’ve come across ashwagandha. And now this ancient herb, revered by Ayurvedic doctors in India for more than 4000 years, is increasingly being harnessed by the companion animal health community to benefit our furry favorites!

Vets and natural healers alike know that ashwagandha has the power to heal and help animals as much as their humans. But there’s a twist to this tale: not all parts of this remarkable plant are created equal.

KSM-66 Ashwagandha pure root extract should be your go-to natural health choice for your dog or cat, while any product which touts the leaves on its ingredients’ list should be approached with caution. Here’s why.

An Adaptogenic Marvel

Ashwagandha is something of a superhero when it comes to health, courtesy of its adaptogenic cape. What this means is that ashwagandha can adapt its therapeutic properties based on the body’s specific needs. For your animal companion, this means it can address a range of health concerns effectively, such as:

  • Stress and anxiety management
  • Immune system support
  • Joint and mobility support
  • Cognitive well-being
  • Better GI function
  • Thyroid regulation
  • And more…

But! Not all ashwagandha is created equal. More specifically, all the above benefits have only been proven when the ashwagandha used was derived from the roots, rather than leaves or any other part of the herb!

Roots Rule; Leave Leaves Out of It

Thousands of years of traditional use, as well as the vast majority of current published clinical trials, focus specifically on ashwagandha pure root extract for its ability to deliver adaptogenic healing benefits. This, in spite of the fact that the leaves are:

  • more plentiful,
  • less expensive, and
  • far more easily accessible!

In other words: roots rule, leave leaves out of it!

Not only are leaves generally used as compost, most traditional texts and standard reference texts from the likes of US pharmacopeia, British Pharmacopoeia, India Pharmacopoeia, Health Canada Monograph, and WHO monograph, mention only roots when talking about the healing powers of ashwagandha.

Recognizing that the roots are where the magic happens, KSM-66 Ashwagandha is derived from ashwagandha pure root extract only. What’s more, theirs is a belief based on science as much as lore. Indeed, clinical research shows that KSM-66 Ashwagandha pure root extract contains an excellent concentration of the bioactive constituents – or health-inducing compounds – responsible for:

  • stress reduction,
  • overall well-being,
  • antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity,
  • and many other health benefits.

Other Reasons to Choose KSM-66 Ashwagandha Pure Root Extract

Safety first: KSM-66 undergoes rigorous quality checks to ensure it’s safe for your beloved fur kid. In fact, KSM-66 and its manufacturing currently holds 43 safety and quality certifications, the most in the health industry.
Easy to use: With its neutral flavor making it extremely versatile, KSM-66 is also easy to dose and digest! It is readily added to capsules, powders, dog food, chews and treats, with many animal companion food and health products already taking full advantage of its multiple health benefits.

Bottom line: ashwagandha has so much potential to give both you and your furball the health boost you deserve. But to reap those health rewards you must root out leaf-based ashwagandha and embrace those that value the power of science-backed KSM-66 Ashwagandha pure root extract.

No leaves, no shortcuts, full transparency, full benefit. Your furry family members deserve nothing less.

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