Adaptogens

Schizandra

Wu Wei Zi: What Is It and What Does It Do?

Wu Wei Zi is a traditional Chinese fruit that roughly translates to ‘Five Taste Fruit’ because biting into it gives you five different flavors. It also goes by several other names such as Magnolia Vine, Schizandra and Youth Berry. Considered one of …
Korean Ginseng

Korean Ginseng: Root of Life

Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng) originated in North Korea and has been used for over 4000 years. It is called ‘the root of life’ because of its energizing properties. In ancient times, ginseng was considered as a panacea or a cure for all …
Rhodiola Rosea

Rhodiola Rosea: Tea of Life

Rhodiola Rosea¬†is an amazing herb that has a wide variety of uses and benefits. It is believed to help fight depression, strengthen the nervous system, elevate the capacity for exercise, enhance the nervous system, improve immunity, promote weight loss, improve energy level, …
Wild Ginseng

Panax Ginseng: Treasure In The Forest

Panax¬†ginseng is a type of medicinal herb that is much sought-after primarily for its roots. For centuries, ginseng has been used to remedy a wide variety of ailments. The peeled root can be ingested dried or fresh, taken as a fluid extract, …
Maca Root

Uses and Benefits of Maca Root for Women

Maca root is commonly called Peruvian ginseng, and people in the Andes region have been consuming it for centuries because of the superfood’s healing properties for a wide variety of ailments. While the ancient herb has been a staple in the regular …
Yohimbine

Yohimbine: The Tree of Life

Yohimbe is an evergreen tree that is native to Central and South Africa, and can be found in the jungles and forests of Cameroon, Nigeria, Gabon, and Congo. It resembles an oak tree and has an erect stem and many branches. It …
Astragalus

Astragalus Root (Benefits and Uses)

Popularly known as milk vetch, the genus Astragalus is a big group consisting of around 2,000 species that can be found all over the world. A Membranaceus, a Chinese species, and its relative A Mongholicus, are said to be two varieties from …

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