Ashwagandha (Withania Somniferra)
Ashwagandha is also referred to as "Indian Ginseng," and it is one of the oldest medicinal plants in use. Ashwagandha has more medicinal uses than most herbs. It is a very prominant ingredient is treating several skin problems. Externally, it is also used for treating ringworm, snake bites, sores, wounds, boils, swellings, sore eyes, and lice. The root of the plant is used as a powerful tonic, sexual stimulant, and narcotic. It is also used in restoring functions of organs, treating urine disorders, treating senile disorders, rheumatic disorders, indigestion, cough, cold, chest complaints, and ulcers. Internally, the leaves are used in killing worms, treating hemorrhoids, and reduction of fever.