Triphala is One of the Most Often Used Herbal Combos in Ayurveda and A Powerful Rejuvenator and Cleanser* Triphala means “three fruits”. Those three fruits are Amalaki, Haritaki and Bhibitaki. Each one is great in its own right, but combined they become Triphala, one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda for balancing the five elements. It is a powerful rejuvenative to all constitutions, a rasayana suitable to all three doshas.
Shilijit Powder - Shilajit is the #1 rated herb in Ayurvedic Medicine. It is highly regarded as the most powerful anti-aging substance known to the people of India.* In fact according to legends it is believed to be a nectar of the gods, to be magical or have divine powers.* And it has historical use as a Cure-All.* It is certainly a powerful adaptogen and Jing substance.* It was even kept Secret by Top Yogis so they could get the benefits themselves. #Ayurveda #Herbalism
Horny Goat Weed (aka Epimedium) One translation of the Chinese name means “The Herb for the Man that likes Sex Too Much, Like a Goat.” The story goes that a man noticed his goats being particularly randy after eating the leaves of a certain bush. He tried the leaves for himself…and he and his wife were happier. …
Mucuna pruriens – A Powerful Source of Neurotransmitters With Wide Ranging Benefits* Mucuna pruriens is a natural source of L-DOPA, or levodopa, an amino acid that converts into dopamine. Dopamine is an essential part of the brain properly working and can easily be depleted by stress, drug abuse and stimulants. And that’s not all. It contains small amounts of serotonin and 5-HTP making it an interesting herb to act as a nootropic.
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Eleuthero Extract Siberian Ginseng - Loved by Athletes. A potent adaptogen used for centuries to increasing their athletes abilities.
Starch grains found in the teeth of hunter gatherers in Serbia (pictured) has revealed that Mesolithic people were munching on wheat and barley as early as 6,600 BCE, more than 500 years earlier than previously thought
Nettle Root May Help Multiply the Effectiveness of Your Androgens* If you’re looking to optimize your hormones, it’s not just about increasing testosterone. In fact, you can have high testosterone and NOT see the benefits of it. That’s why I say that nettle root (latin name Urtica dioica) can multiply our hormones effectiveness. Its not …
Shatavari, also known as Asparagus racemosus, has long been regarded as one of the top herbs in Ayurveda. It is often considered the female equivalent of ashwagandha, though both roots can benefit both sexes.* Many herbs are drying in nature, but shatavari is not one of them. The demulcent quality moistens the entire system, helping to build and preserve all fluids.*
100% Herbal Cognitive Enhancement Package From Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of Nootropic: of, relating to, or promoting the enhancement of cognition and memory and the facilitation of learning. The problem is that this term is typically reserved for drugs and/or isolated nutraceuticals. The term is not generally used just for herbs, but I’d like to change …