Within 6 weeks of taking this product, it has not only improved my vitality (my garden is beautiful)— but I no longer have the devastating symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
These are adaptogenic herbs that positively affect the HPA access; thereby increasing the body’s resiliency to stressors. Clinical trials of adaptogenic herbs in general show their ability to intuitively either stimulate or suppress certain chemical messengers in the body as needed. In addition, clinical trials of these three herbs in particular show an affirmative effect on the HPA axis—the core mechanism of the human stress response. We are finding that our natural, non- habit forming formula increases the body’s resiliency to stress by increasing its ability to adapt to and recover from stress and return the body to a place of rest and homeostasis. This balance is experienced by the user as focus, concentration, inner calm, and an overall sense of wellbeing.
This amazing herb grows in the most inhospitable areas of the earth—high deserts, cold mountains, dry and barren lands—a testament to its innate ability to survive stress. When we consume plants that have developed particular compounds that help them adapt to and survive physical stress, we ingest that same capability. The gift is now ours. These plant chemicals, or adaptogens help us survive and thrive in the stress of our modern lives. Rhodiola has tremendous fat burning, energy enhancing, and brain boosting capabilities. In addition, it helps the body to adapt to all kinds of stressors—physical, chemical, and environmental toxins.
Cordyceps are anti-inflammatory in nature, so they help the immune system, fight oxidative damage in the cells, and stimulate protective cells that keep the body free from mutations like cancerous cells and infections. Studies show that Cordyceps acts like a natural cancer treatment, preventing the growth of tumors — especially in the lungs and on the skin. This fungus has been used for centuries in the treatment of fatigue, cough, hyposexuality, asthenia after sever illness, renal dysfunction, and renal failure.
Known commonly as Indian ginseng or winter cherry, Ashwagandha is a plant in the nightshade family. For thousands of years, it has been used as a restorative in Ayurvedic medicine. Its name in Sanskrit means “the smell of a horse.” The name implies that the herb imparts the vigor and strength of a stallion. Traditionally it was used to help strengthen the immune system—especially after a patient had been ill, but human studies show that it also decreases anxiety and stress.