Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part Six | Lion’s Mane

Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part Six | Lion's Mane Adaptogens are plants and mushrooms that help your body respond to stress, anxiety, fatigue and overall well being. You can take adaptogens by adding them to food or beverages or take them as capsules, powders or tinctures. Adaptogens bring your body back to balance, … Continue reading Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part Six | Lion’s Mane

Medicinal Mushrooms and Nootropic herbs

Medicinal Mushrooms and Nootropic herbs Nootropic herbs are plants, or parts of plants such as roots, stems, leaves, flowers and seeds, that are used for their brain-enhancing functions. Herbs have been researched and for thousands of years in many cultures, and in Chinese culture, this research has been documented as well, so we know a great deal … Continue reading Medicinal Mushrooms and Nootropic herbs

Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 4 | Salvia

Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 4 | Salvia multiorrhiza Salvia multiorrhiza, or Dan Shen, as it is known in Chinese medicine, is now considered and adaptogen herb. In Chinese medicine it is categorized under "Herbs That Invigorate the Blood" and in the west  research has confirmed the effectiveness of Dan Shen of its … Continue reading Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 4 | Salvia

Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 2 | Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha, the particulars: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0RKn6uXLC6oRZ1XKRShXeQ?si=yuqI__bERemQTUAEhuulww The first order of business for me is to translate the properties of Ashwagandha from Ayurveda into Traditional Chinese Medicine. The two medicines speak different diagnostic languages, just like the west is totally different from TCM, so is Ayurveda. I have to know what its TCM properties are so that I … Continue reading Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 2 | Ashwagandha