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Adaptogenic Herbs - What they are and how they benefit you
Adaptogens For Whole Body Healing
Fight or flight is an instinctive response within us that happens when we are faced with danger. That stressful feeling one would get while living in the wild, at the beginning of human existence, when a lion was lurking nearby. This response was meant to be an occasional occurrence but in today's world that same stressful feeling is ongoing and it is wreaking havoc on our health.
You can find tinctures in certain stores or make one yourself.
It is now being thought of as a super-food.
Ginseng is one that we have all probably heard of before now. It's is possible but an infrequent side effect is caffeine-like jitters.
Technically, this one is a fungus that grows on the backs of caterpillars.
It may affect blood pressure, so be sure to check with your physician before ingesting licorice root.
Both Indian and Chinese traditions have called on this herb for medicinal purposes.
This is nicknamed "Indian Ginseng." Side effects are rare in recommended doses but large doses can cause diarrhea and vomiting.
Silymarin is an active compound in this plant.
The root of this perennial succulent, when cut, gives off a rose-like scent which gives it the common nickname of roseroot.
Fresh Milky Oat
Immature oat seeds fill with a milk-like substance for just a few days and when harvested during this time you get this powerful adaptogen.
This is a small selection of the adaptogens found in nature. These herbs can be used in teas, tinctures, glycerites, capsules, or just eaten whole.
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