One serving of Eve’s and Adam Ashwagandha contains 1200 mg of root powder.
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Eve’s and Adam Ashwagandha passes our quality review but falls short in many aspects. Product lacks some transparency, making it difficult for users to find their full ingredient label. Does contain a plant based capsule which is a plus. However, after some digging, the capsules do contain silicon dioxide, and magnesium stearate, two ingredients we do not want to see in an ashwagandha supplement.
Product contains 1200 mg of ashwagandha root powder, and 10 mg of black pepper (piper nigrum) an ingredient said to help absorption which we found to be unnecessary for most users.
Product was penalized in its ingredient rating for containing magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.
- Hypromellose capsules
- 1200 mg ashwagandha powder per serving
Research suggests ashwagandha root powder (like the one in this product) should contain at least 0.3% withanolides — key marker compounds which may also play a role in the herb’s activity. However, this brand fails to show the amount of withanolides, thus lowering this products effectiveness rating greatly. Product uses black pepper extract as a way to market improved absorption which isn’t really necessary in most cases.
Per serving this product falls short of the required withanolides threshold.
- One serving of Eve’s and Adam Ashwagandha contains 1200 mg of ashwagandha root.
Eve’s and Adam Ashwagandha barely passes our quality review. Plastic container, hard to find full ingredient labels, doesn’t use organic ingredients, and contains two ingredients in its capsules that top ranking products do not use, magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.
- Contains magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.