Israel Brekham MD, pharmacologist and physiologist found and coined the term “adaptogens.” While in the Far East Science Center at Vladivostok, USSR, he investigated hundreds of different herbs for nearly 50 years and unlocked some intriguing secrets of nature that can enable you emotionally and physically.

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Dr. Brekham thought an adaptogenic herb should have three attributes. First, it has to be nontoxic, safe for people and animals. Second, it needed to help the body adapt to stress. Third, the herb needed to bring the body back into balance (homeostasis). The first herb, Eleutherococcus (Acantho origin or Siberian Ginseng) was called”King of Adaptogens” by Dr. Brekham.

This ancient supplement can normalize body systems, reduces stress brought on by physical and emotional overload, and increase endurance and stamina. Schizandra Chinensis (Chinese Magnolia Vine) based on folk lore was used as an overall tonic for fatigue and fatigue. Schizandra may assist the body to improve physical productivity and speed recuperation from exhaustion. It might build the body’s resistance to disease.

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Certain herbalists in Asia report that this herb accounts body functions, boosts recovery following operation, protects against radiation, counteracts the effects of glucose, protects against motion sickness, normalizes blood sugar and blood pressure, reduces elevated cholesterol, and improves the health of the adrenals. Rhaponticum Carthamoides (Maral Root) was also used in folk medicine.

It was considered to alleviate fatigue and weakness. It could work with the body to increase circulation, mental acuity, and muscle performance. It comprises a compound called 20-Hydroxyecdysone, which might help increase protein production at the cellular level and helps build muscle tissue!

  • Rhodiola Rosea (Golden Root) was discovered about 400 years back. According to legend, the origin is likely to produce the stay happy, healthy, and let them live a long, long time. All folk lore aside, gold root comprises a wide array of nutritional elements and might assist mental acuity, improved flow, and improved endurance.
  • Japanese Aralia (Manchurian Thorn Tree) may help digestive, respiratory, uninary and intestinal systems; provide powerful, resorative activity on some inner membranes.
  • Glycyrrhiza Uralensis (Ural Licorice Root) according to Tibetan folklore nourishes and leads to the performance of the six senses. It may boost circulation, enhances skin tone, protects against anxiety, and supports the immune system.
  • Rosa Majalis; Rosa Cinnamonmea (Cinnamon Rose) a part of the rose family was also utilised in ancient times. It had been used as a revitalizing tonic and to encourage physical attractiveness. Combined with the licorice root, this herb can promote balancing the body’s systems and provide antioxidant protection! Please be aware that these herbs by themselves are very beneficial.