The founder, Maisarah started with a dream to concoct a delightful delicacy that could soothe the soul while enchanting the taste buds – a functional food designed to harmonize your mood and embrace the daily grind with serenity. And so, "Be Calm" Brownies were born – bite-sized wonders infused with the benefits of ashwagandha root.
Ashwagandha, a root celebrated in Ayurvedic traditions, has the power to reduce cortisol to whisk away the stresses of the day and usher in tranquillity. Its soothing essence, combined with the goodness of organic coconut sugar and nourishing soy protein, forms the heart of these luscious brownies.
We at Deja Vuu present our labour of love to you – a scrumptious symphony of taste and well-being, waiting to grace your taste buds and nourish your soul. So, indulge in these delightful squares of bliss, savour each morsel, and allow yourself to be embraced by the calming wonders within.
Remember, every "Be Calm" Brownie carries the essence of our devotion to your well-being. Each bite, a token of our belief that amidst life's demands, you deserve moments of peace and joy. Let this delicacy be a gentle reminder that amidst the whirlwinds of life, serenity can be found in the simple joy of a nourishing treat.
You've earned this moment of calmness. And with "Be Calm" Brownies, it's just a bite away.
Indulge. Delight. Be Calm.
-Founder of Flyjam Dance Class
by Ministry of Health, Malaysia
What does ashwagandha do?
Ashwagandha is commonly used for its potential ability to reduce stress and anxiety and improve sleep quality. Additionally, research suggests that ashwagandha may support memory and cognitive function, lower blood sugar, build muscle and increase strength, support cardiovascular and immune health and improve reproductive health.
Does ashwagandha really work?
Ashwagandha may be effective in reducing stress, improving brain function and reducing inflammation, among other benefits, according to available research. Before consuming ashwagandha, make sure to research the manufacturer’s certifications, testing practices and product standards.
Is ashwagandha safe to take?
Ashwagandha is generally considered safe to take for most people. Additionally, some people should not take ashwagandha without consent from their doctors, including pregnant women and nursing mothers, those with lupus, those on autoimmune suppressant medications, those with type 1 diabetes, and more. If you have questions about the safety of ashwagandha in your particular situation, consult your physician.
Does ashwagandha have side effects?
Side effects of ashwagandha may include constipation, nasal congestion, cough, drowsiness and loss of appetite. These symptoms can vary based on the individual. If you are considering adding ashwagandha to your wellness regimen, speak with your health care provider first about your unique health needs and whether ashwagandha is right for you.
How long does ashwagandha take to work?
It can take some time for ashwagandha to begin working within the body, and the duration also varies by individual, as well as by health goal. For instance, it will take longer to see weight loss with ashwagandha than it will take to alleviate stress and anxiety.
Can ashwagandha be taken on an empty stomach?
Yes, ashwagandha can be taken on an empty stomach. If you experience discomfort when taking it on an empty stomach, consider taking it with a small amount of food instead.
Can I take ashwagandha long term?
There have been no medical studies conducted on the use of ashwagandha over extensive periods. While the supplement is considered generally safe for most people, usage is usually short term. Consult your physician if you have further concerns, or work with an Ayurvedic practitioner to determine the right schedule for your specific needs.
Does ashwagandha affect hormone levels in the body?
Yes, ashwagandha may affect hormone levels within the body. In clinical studies, ashwagandha was shown to affect (increase) the levels of thyroid hormone in the body. Additionally, taking the supplement may reduce levels of cortisol in the body – a stress hormone secreted by the adrenal glands during times of high stress and anxiety.
Is ashwagandha safe for vegetarians and/or vegans?
Yes, ashwagandha supplements should contain only plant material. However, you do need to ensure that you choose the right supplement, as low-quality manufacturers may include a wide range of fillers and other materials.
Does ashwagandha contain gluten?
No, aswagandha will be completely gluten-free.
Can ashwagandha make you lose weight?
Clinical studies in animals and humans indicate that ashwagandha may help achieve weight loss, although it is unclear precisely how the supplement works in this manner.
Can women take ashwagandha?
Yes, clinical studies and medical trials have indicated that this supplement can be taken by both men and women, and may be able to deliver health benefits to both. Note that women who may become pregnant, are pregnant, or who are breastfeeding, should not take ashwagandha.
Does ashwagandha help you sleep?
One of the classical uses of ashwagandha was as a sleep aid, and the herb’s botanical name (Withania somnifera) also includes a nod to that use. Ashwagandha may be able to help you sleep more deeply and for more extended periods without disruption.
Does ashwagandha cause high blood pressure?
It is unlikely, as ashwagandha has been indicated as a blood pressure reducer. Those taking blood pressure medication should consult a physician before taking this supplement.
Does ashwagandha make you gain weight?
Ashwagandha is not indicated as causing weight gain. It is frequently used in order to lose weight. However, it may increase muscle mass, which can increase body weight, although it does not increase body fat percentage.
Does ashwagandha affect the thyroid?
In clinical studies, ashwagandha increased the level of thyroid hormone in the body. Because of this, those who are taking thyroid medication should consult their physician before taking the supplement.
Does ashwagandha cause high blood pressure?
In medical studies, ashwagandha consumption was associated with lowering blood pressure, rather than increasing it. Individuals taking medication for high blood pressure (hypertension) should consult their physician before adding this supplement to their regular regimen.
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