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Sarpgandha roots Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Sarpagandha is also known as ‘Indian snakeroot’. It is an important medicinal plant distributed in the foot-hills of the Himalayan range. It has long tapering snake-like roots which are a rich source of reserpine alkaloids. This alkaloid is used in the manufacture of anti-hypertensive and sedative medicines. The roots are also used in Ayurvedic and other systems of medicines for curing a wide range of ailments.
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Use of Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot should be avoided if you have low blood pressure. This is because the herb may lower blood pressure even further.
Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot contains active components which help manage diabetes and its related complications. However, patients on diabetic medication should consult their doctor before taking Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot. It might cause sugar levels to go too low if taken with other antidiabetic medicines.
Long-term use of Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot may cause depression. Other than that, it may cause symptoms like nasal congestion, changes in appetite and weight, nightmares, drowsiness, and loose stools.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder. People with insomnia find difficulty in sleeping even when they are tired. Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot when used with other herbal ingredients is found to be useful in the treatment of insomnia. However, its use in treating the condition alone is not known.
Constipation is a condition where you may have fewer than 3 bowel movements a week. The roots of the plant Sarpagandha or Indian snakeroot show some laxative properties which can help in providing relief from constipation.
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