I’ve written a lot about Ashwagandha and the various forms it takes. There’s a lot of ways to get this powerful herb into your body to experience that deep sense of calm and relaxation. There’s the raw powder which is how Ashwagandha is traditionally used and also famous extracts like KSM-66 and Sensoril. Having experimented with all these forms I must say each holds their own value. Up until trying the tincture I had the most success with KSM-66 and Sensoril. However, trying the tincture has been a game changer for me personally.
Throughout my years experimenting with nootropics I always avoided the herbs and adaptogens. I was of course on the lookout for supplements and nootropics for my anxiety and depression but assumed these herbal type varieties were weak compared to compounds like Phenibut and Piracetam.
It turns out I was dead wrong. In fact, Ashwagandha has been the most powerful OTC anti-anxiety agent I have ever come across and is now a staple in my nootropics/supplement medicine cabinet.
The problem was there were all these different versions of Ashwagandha floating around and nobody had an answer for what dosage to take for anxiety.
What is there to say about KSM-66? In this post we will dive deep into the rabbit hole and discover what makes this a truly magical extract of Ashwagandha.
My experiments with KSM-66 started only a month ago but my history with the potent herb Ashwagandha goes back further than that.
I had heard of this mysterious herb called Ashwagandha on Reddit. In fact, there were people absolutely raving about it prompting me to dive head first into preliminary research phase.
For my last giveaway I purchased one of Nootropics Depots sample packs to give out to a subscriber. Alongside that purchase I also added a bottle of Sensoril to the cart. Ashwagandha had been on my list of compounds to try for quite some time. Browsing the nootropics subreddit and other forums I saw many people raving about the stuff. It’s a very potent herb indeed as I described in my recent review.