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Anti Aging Herbs are also growing in popularity and availability. Many of the anti aging herbs claim to accomplish many different things depending on the type of ingredients involved. Some of the anti aging symptoms or ailments natural herbs offers to help cure include memory problems, lack of energy, help us sleep, reduce joint pain, and even improve the appearance of aging skin.
It is believed that one of the major causes of premature aging is the stress level in modern society. We create most of the stress levels ourselves but it is comforting to know that Mother Nature has provided us anti-aging herbs since the beginning of time.
Rhodiola rosea is a herb found in Russia and is also known as Golden Root. This herb has been used for centuries by the residents of Siberia to reduced the effects of the cold weather, reduce stress and as an anti-depressive. Rhodiola rosea is believed to enhance mental and physical abilities and has been used by Russian athletes to increase energy. It increases the blood-supply to the muscles and brain allowing for a quick recovery after intense physical activity.
Jiaogulan is a Chinese herb also called the Longevity Herb and in Japan it is called Amachazuru and it is used to calm an overexcited nervous system and to stimulate a depressed nervous system. It has also been shown to improve cases of insomnia in up to 95 percent of the subjects tested.
Foti plays an important roll in the prevention of gray hair. Experiments conducts in Asia showed a decreased level of Calcium, Manganese and Iron the elderly with gray or white hair. Foti is rich in these trace minerals.
Valerian has been used for centuries for stress management and it is well known for its sedative qualities. It relaxes the smooth muscle groups and the central nervous system.
Schisandra is another Traditional Chinese Medicine used to relieve stress and increase energy levels.
The human body can becomes accustomed to taking herbs over time, and the effects will become less and less beneficial. It is necessary that your body is able to adjust to being without the herb for the effects to be noted when you start taking them again. I recommend that you take herbs for 4 weeks and then abstain for 1 week.
If you just feel that taking vitamins, supplements or herbs to fight the aging process would be beneficial to you then you should always consult with a good health care professional prior to starting any type of home treatment.
Always consult your doctor before using this information.
This Article is nutritional in nature and is not to be construed as medical advice.
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