Adaptogens – 3 Best Natural Stress-Busting Herbs for Fighting Fatigue


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In holistic medicine, adaptogens – powerful, natural herbs – are used to restore the body to homeostasis.

This much-needed balance in the body helps you to better handle stress, while fighting fatigue.

Continual use of adaptogenic herbs can result in a strengthened immune system that is more capable of self-healing and less reliant on medicines. Here are the best types of adaptogens to try, and the benefits that come along with each.

The Best Adaptogens

Out of all the adaptogens, there are a few that get the most praise. Here’s a breakdown of the tried and true.

Gynostemma

Gynostemma is known as the most powerful adaptogen, containing the highest concentration of saponin on the planet! A saponin is a chemical that is both water – and fat-soluble, making it very easy to digest. Saponin is also responsible for the adaptogenic affect.

This herb is a powerful adaptogen that fights stress and obesity. Gynostemma also contains potent anti-aging, anti-stress, and anti-inflammatory benefits. It’s also used as a digestive aid, a respiratory tonic, and an immune-regulator.

Ginseng

There are multiple varieties of ginseng including, American, Asian, and Siberian.

American ginseng is a tan root with a calming effect, and also works as an anti-inflammatory.

Asian ginseng, also known as Korean ginseng, contains different proportions of the medicinal compound and is more of a stimulant than a calming herb.

Lastly, Siberian ginseng is used to improve energy levels, stimulate the immune system, and enhance longevity.

Astragalus

Traditionally, astragalus was used to treat diabetes and to help injuries heal. It also regulates the metabolism and fights fatigue, supplying our body with enough energy to function at its best.

Astragalus also improves circulation, and protects your heart, brain, kidneys, intestines, liver and lungs from disease.This is in part due to the fact that astragalus is a diuretic, increasing urination and aiding in detoxification.

How Can Adaptogens Help You?

The great thing about adaptogens is that they can adjust to the body to serve the function it needs.

For example, if the body is in need of sleep, the adaptogen will help the body to relax. If the body is preparing to perform physical activity, it will help it to create energy. This makes adaptogens great for anybody, as their functions will serve to fit the individual’s needs.

As always, speak within your healthcare practitioner and do your research before you begin an herbal treatment.

Watch this video – Adaptogenic Herbs: My Top 3 Favorites for Stress, Thyroid & Adrenal Health

The Bottom Line

Adaptogenic herbs treat the body as a whole, and will work within the body to deliver what is most needed. While they are safe to use, we recommend talking with your doctor to gain a deeper understanding of how you can best benefit from these therapeutic herbs.

Written by Nick Kowalski

Author Bio:

Nick Kowalski is a Transformational Coach, fitness model and unconditional lover. You can find more of his writing on his blog NicksFit. His mission is to inspire the transformation toward love consciousness. Follow him on Instagram for more living in love inspiration and transformational mindset motivation!

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