Feeling lethargic? Are you looking for healthy ways to get an energy boost? We’ll be revealing three forgotten adaptogen herbs that you can use for all-day energy, improved stamina, and improved concentration.
What are adaptogens?
Adaptogens are natural agents (typically herbs) that people, societies, and civilizations have been using for thousands of years to help with energy levels, stamina, and longevity.
We’ll be listing three adaptogens that aren’t utilized as much here in the United States, but are found in three different locations around the planet.
The 3 Forgotten Adaptogen Herbs
1. Withania (Ashwagandha)
The first adaptogen herb is Withania, originating from East India. It’s also commonly known as Ashwagandha. It is used to help memory, stress, insomnia, immune function, pain, aging, infertility in both males and females, and anxiety. It seems to work on our neurotransmitters dopamine, dopamine receptors, GABA, GABA receptors, adrenal function, as well as the thyroid.
2. Rhodiola (Siberian Ginseng)
The second herb is Rhodiola from Siberia, also known as Siberian Ginseng. This also seems to work on dopamine and dopamine receptors in the brain, and helps with serotonin levels as well. Studies have shown that it helps energy, stamina, strength, mental capacity, athletic performance, and athletic recovery after a workout. It’s an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and has also been studied in diabetes.
The third herb is Chisandra from China. Chisandra helps reduce stress, increase energy, and improve endurance. It helps with liver function, hepatitis, PMS, anxiety, and blood pressure concentration. It has also been shown to have anti-viral activity.
We’ve actually worked with some researchers and a pharmacist to create a supplement containing these three herbs, plus other powerful adaptogen herbs. It’s called Meditation in a Bottle, and we challenge you to try it out and see what a difference it makes!
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Thanks so much. I’m Dr. Ryan Shelton.