Shankhpushpi for anxiousness and mood issues


Anxiety & Mood

Support for : Vata • Pitta

Pronunciation: shank-a-push’-pee

Shankhpushpi is useful during times of anxiousness and mood changes. Some people report that they are more focused after taking Shankhpushpi. Emerging research is showing benefits in memory and mental focus in seniors.
Suggested Use: Up to 1 capsule, twice a day with meals.
Pack size: 60 Vegetarian capsules.
Complementary/synergistic productsAshwagandha

Shankhpushpi has been used safely and effectively in India for many centuries. We suggest this product not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep away from children.

Price : $19.89

More Information

Ayurvedic Name: Shankhpushpi
Botanical Name: Convolvulus pluricalis
Common/English Name: No common name assigned.
Part(s) Used: Whole plant.
Major Constituents: Various.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), cellulose, Magnesium stearate.
This product is Gluten free and vegan. Wildcrafted source material is inherently NON-GMO.  Free from artificial colors, preservatives or additives.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60

Amount per serving

Shankhpushpi** (Convolvulus pluricalis) 275 mg*
(Whole plant extract)

*Daily value not established

Other ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), hypromellose,Magnesium Stearate,Silicon dioxide.
Gluten Free

Lifestyle Suggestions

Individuals of dominant Vata, when under stress are inclined to react by feeling anxious. Pitta individuals are more likely to have changeable moods rather than anxiety. These characteristics are a natural part of their Doshas, they are exaggerated when out of balance. Our body produces chemicals and hormones as reaction to stress. Shankhpushpi has been shown to reduce the effect of the anxiety chemical cycle.

Vata people can help their anxiety by meditating or practicing Yoga. A body/foot massage is helpful as well as a luke warm bath.

Pitta dominant people should keep an eye on Pitta aggravating foods such as oily, fried, spicy foods and alcohol. Search out distracting activities such as hiking, reading.