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FarmHaven Ashwagandha 90 Veggie Capsules - $9.99

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  • POWERFUL ADAPTOGEN FOR STRESS & ANXIETY SUPPORT: FarmHaven Ashwagandha delivers one of the most potent and high-quality ashwagandha supplements on the market. Each serving features premium ashwagandha root powder that's non-GMO and high in withanolides content. As an adaptogen, ashwagandha is best known for helping the body adapt to stress and anxiety.*
  • GINGER & BLACK PEPPER FOR HIGH ABSORPTION: Each of our capsules contains pure ginger root powder and black pepper extract standardized to 95% piperine. According to Ayurveda tradition, ginger and black pepper work in synergy to increase the effectiveness and absorption of ashwagandha in the body.*
  • SUPPORTS HEALTHY MOOD & ENERGY LEVELS: Powerful withanolide compounds in our ashwagandha can support anti-anxiety and natural stress relief to help you feel calm and relaxed. Withanolides also serve as a natural mood enhancer, help support focus, and promote balanced energy levels.*
  • HELPS PROMOTE IMMUNE SYSTEM & THYROID SUPPORT: Studies have shown that ashwagandha may provide healthy thyroid and adrenal support to help with vitality and fatigue. Ashwagandha promotes healthy antioxidant activity that can help support the immune system and healthy brain function.*
  • MADE IN USA, NON-GMO, & VEGAN: FarmHaven only uses the best from nature, which is why our formula is vegan, non-GMO and free of gluten, corn, soy, preservatives, and any artificial ingredients. Our ashwagandha organic capsules are manufactured using veggie capsules in the USA in an NSF-Certified cGMP facility without magnesium stearate to ensure safety and purity.
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Better to buy "Sensoril" or "KSM-66" which are both patented versions of Ashwagandha and are most reliable for producing effects. Sensoril is more relaxing and social, KSM is more energy and focus. You can find these on Amazon or Swanson Vitamins.
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Better to buy "Sensoril" or "KSM-66" which are both patented versions of Ashwagandha and are most reliable for producing effects. Sensoril is more relaxing and social, KSM is more energy and focus. You can find these on Amazon or Swanson Vitamins.
I agree about your notes regarding KSM-66 and Sensoril. However, it is best to buy such products directly from reputable vendors like Nootropics Depot or Pure Nootropics. I will say that you can get some of Nootropic Depot's items on Amazon too (though at a slightly higher price).
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I agree about your notes regarding KSM-66 and Sensoril. However, it is best to buy such products directly from reputable vendors like Nootropics Depot or Pure Nootropics. I will say that you can get some of Nootropic Depot's items on Amazon too (though at a slightly higher price).
I compared the prices at Nootropics Depot, which is where I buy a lot of other supplements. However the cost ratio for Sensoril is much higher at ND than it is at Swanson, per capsule. By almost double. And since Sensoril is a patented formula, your can expect the same quality from any brand.

Therefore, Swanson is the best deal on Sensoril. For KSM-66 I have not price compared.
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more relaxing and social, KSM is more energy and focus.
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I compared the prices at Nootropics Depot, which is where I buy a lot of other supplements. However the cost ratio for Sensoril is much higher at ND than it is at Swanson, per capsule. By almost double. And since Sensoril is a patented formula, your can expect the same quality from any brand.

Therefore, Swanson is the best deal on Sensoril. For KSM-66 I have not price compared.
It seems you are correct, at least for capsules. I did some (unnecessary) price evaluations comparing the two. Note that the (quite cheap) Swanson brand Sensoril is OOS, but the well-priced Natural Factors is available:
Swanson:

https://www.swansonvitamins.com/n...ct-details
$13.20 / 60 = $0.22 per capsule,
1c = 250mg, 250mg(60)= 15,000mg total

https://www.swansonvitamins.com/s...al-details
$9.11 / 120 = $0.075 per capsule ($0.15 for 2x dose to match 250mg)
1c = 125mg, 125mg(120)= 15,000mg total

NootropicsDepot:
https://nootropicsdepot.com/senso...hanolides/
$15 / 90 = $0.166 per capsule ($0.332 for 2x dose to match 250mg).
1c = 125mg, 125mg(90) = 11,250mg total
$25 / 180 = $0.138 per capsule ($0.276) for 2x dose to match 250mg).
1c = 125mg, 125mg(180) = 22,250mg total.

Powders will undoubtedly be cheaper on ND, but that is a different kind of investment too (you need a MG scale first). I usually knock on Swanson as I don't feel quite confident about their quality control, but Natural Factors seems to be unrelated, so that looks like a good buy. That said, considering the mg value is so high, the product in the OP should be okay even if it doesn't have ashwaganda in an extract form. Been a good lesson to consider alternatives if the formula is patented.
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It seems you are correct, at least for capsules. I did some (unnecessary) price evaluations comparing the two. Note that the (quite cheap) Swanson brand Sensoril is OOS, but the well-priced Natural Factors is available:
Swanson:

https://www.swansonvitamins.com/n...ct-details
$13.20 / 60 = $0.22 per capsule,
1c = 250mg, 250mg(60)= 15,000mg total

https://www.swansonvitamins.com/s...al-details
$9.11 / 120 = $0.075 per capsule ($0.15 for 2x dose to match 250mg)
1c = 125mg, 125mg(120)= 15,000mg total

NootropicsDepot:
https://nootropicsdepot.com/senso...hanolides/
$15 / 90 = $0.166 per capsule ($0.332 for 2x dose to match 250mg).
1c = 125mg, 125mg(90) = 11,250mg total
$25 / 180 = $0.138 per capsule ($0.276) for 2x dose to match 250mg).
1c = 125mg, 125mg(180) = 22,250mg total.

Powders will undoubtedly be cheaper on ND, but that is a different kind of investment too (you need a MG scale first). I usually knock on Swanson as I don't feel quite confident about their quality control, but Natural Factors seems to be unrelated, so that looks like a good buy. That said, considering the mg value is so high, the product in the OP should be okay even if it doesn't have ashwaganda in an extract form. Been a good lesson to consider alternatives if the formula is patented.
Good math there, always nice to chat with someone who appreciates the details of unit cost.

In my calculations I divided down into cost per dose, which for Sensoril is 125mg across the board. Comparing ND powder to Swanson capsule amounted to ND = $0.07 /dose and Swanson = $0.08 /dose.

For most people that do not have a milligram scale, Swanson is the better deal. Even with a milligram scale, the time it takes to weigh out or even capsulize the powder is valued higher than a single penny in dose cost difference.

Therefore on this product I vote for the Swanson brand. However I will generally agree with you that powders are almost always the better deal. If one is interested in building customized stacks for themselves, it is the overall preferred way to go.
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