The Muscle is a soft tissue in the body containing protein filaments of actin and myosin that slide past one another, with a function to produce force and motion.
Ashwagandha also is known as Withania somnifera is a nightshade plant in the genus of Withania, belonging to the family Solanaceae, native to the dry parts of India, North Africa, Middle East, and the Mediterranean. The herbal medicine has been considered as Indian ginseng and used in Ayurvedic medicine over 3000 years to treat tumors and tubercular glands, carbuncles, memory loss, and ulcers and considered as anti-stress, cognition-facilitating, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging herbal medicine.
On finding a potent anti-aging compound, researchers examined the effects of ashwagandha root extract on muscle mass and strength in healthy young men engaged in resistance training.
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(1) Examining the effect of Withania somnifera supplementation on muscle strength and recovery: a randomized controlled trial by Wankhede S1, Langade D2, Joshi K3, Sinha SR4, Bhattacharyya S. (PubMed)
(2) Increasing muscle mass to improve metabolism by Alexandra C. McPherron, Tingqing Guo, Nichole D. Bond, and Oksana Gavrilova. (PMC)
(3) The effects of muscle-building exercise on bone mineral density of the radius, spine, and hip in young men by Colletti LA1, Edwards J, Gordon L, Shary J, Bell NH. (PubMed)
(4) Skeletal muscle mass is associated with higher dietary protein intake and lower body fat in postmenopausal women: a cross-sectional study by Silva TR1, Spritzer PM. (PubMed)