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Common name:
Regional name:
Sanskrit – Ashwagandha, Asvakandika, Bangali – Ashwagandha, Gujarati – Asond, Hindi – Asagandha, Kannada – Hirenmandinveru, Malayalam – Amukkuram, Marathi – Ashwagandha, Tamil – Amukkira, Telugu – Ashwagandhi
Medicinal Plants, Shrubs, Groundcovers
Solanaceae or Potato family


Ashwagandha, also known as Indian Ginseng or Winter Cherry, is a small evergreen shrub that belongs to the Solanaceae family. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years due to its numerous health benefits, such as reducing stress, improving brain function, and increasing energy levels.


  1. Climate: Ashwagandha can tolerate a wide range of climates but thrives in dry, sub-tropical regions with a temperature range of 20-35°C (68-95°F). It can also withstand mild frost.
  2. Soil: The plant prefers well-draining, sandy loam or clay loam soils with a pH range of 6.0-7.5.
  3. Propagation: Ashwagandha can be grown from seeds or cuttings. Sow seeds in early spring, either directly into the ground or in seed trays. Transplant seedlings when they have at least 3-4 leaves.
  4. Spacing: Space the plants 45-60 cm (18-24 inches) apart, with a row spacing of 60-75 cm (24-30 inches).


  1. Sunlight: Ashwagandha requires full sunlight for optimal growth.
  2. Watering: Water the plants regularly, but avoid over-watering as it can lead to root rot.
  3. Fertilization: Apply organic matter or well-rotted manure at planting time, and a balanced fertilizer during the growing season, if needed.
  4. Weeding: Regularly remove weeds to prevent competition for nutrients and water.


  1. Pest control: Ashwagandha is relatively pest-resistant. However, keep an eye out for aphids, spider mites, and whiteflies, which can be controlled with insecticidal soap or neem oil.
  2. Disease management: Fungal diseases, such as root rot and leaf spot, can be minimized by proper watering, good air circulation, and the use of organic fungicides.
  3. Pruning: Prune the plant to maintain its shape and promote bushy growth.


  1. Stress reduction: Ashwagandha is known for its adaptogenic properties, which help the body cope with stress and anxiety.
  2. Improved cognitive function: Ashwagandha has been found to enhance memory, focus, and information-processing ability.
  3. Boosts immune system: The plant has immunomodulatory effects, strengthening the immune system and aiding in overall health.
  4. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties: Ashwagandha has been shown to reduce inflammation and combat oxidative stress, which can contribute to various chronic diseases.
  5. Energy and endurance: Ashwagandha is known to increase energy levels and improve physical performance.