Ashwagandha is an important plant used in Ayurvedic medicine. Along with this, it is also grown as a cash crop. The description of the significance of Ashwagandha in all texts has been shown. Because of its fresh leaves and roots arising from the urine odor, it was named as Ashwagandha. Vedyanya Total of 10 species in the world and 2 species in India are found. The demand for Ashwagandha in Ayurvedic medicine is increasing as it is more productive The word Ashwagandha is alternately translated as the “strength,” “sweat,” and “smell” of ten horses. This is sometimes said to refer to the smell of the root, and likely also harks back to its building and strengthening properties, and its tropism for building the nervous system and sexual vitality..