Updated: Nov 16, 2020
Super foods can impact the body in a myriad of ways.
Adaptogenic herbs help to recalibrate and balance the bodies hormone levels, neurotransmitters, and state of health. Adaptogenic herbs help to combat effects of stress by rebalancing stress hormones such as cortisol, norepinephrine, and adrenaline. They increase and decrease levels according to what the body needs at that time, giving them their own intelligence.
Adaptogen Definition: A nontoxic substance or plant extract this is held to increase the body's ability to resist the damaging effects of stress and promotes or restore normal physiological functioning --Merriam-Webster
10 super foods that benefit immunity and supercharge the body
Below is a list of SuperFoods, click on the links of the plant medicine that interests you, and explore the research about the benefits these may have on your body and add to your daily regiment. If you have any questions, please contact your medical profession to see if this is right for you.
Morninga | for daily energy
Spirulina | for building blood
Chaga Mushroom | for immunity
Raw Organic Cacao | for natural energy can replace caffeine
Sea Moss | for energy and libido
Cordyceps | for adrenal, liver, cardiovascular, respiratory, immune & nervous system health
Sweet Annie/Sweet Wormwood (Qing Hao) | to decrease inflammation
Tumeric/Black Pepper Combined | decreases inflammation
Reishi Mushroom | for anxiety
Turkey Tail Mushroom | for immunity
Purchase 1-3 of these items (found on our resource page) and integrate them into your daily regiment. Note what changes you feel in your body. Pay attention to mood, digestion, sleep, body sensations, energy levels, changes in pain/discomfort levels, etc. Add your experience to the comments below! (#adaptogenics #immunitychallenge #immunity #naturalmedicine #herbs #chineseherbalmedicine )
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