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ADAPTOGENS OXYMEL

ADAPTOGENS OXYMEL

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Adaptogens are a distinctive set of herbs whose medical benefits range from bolstering the human body’s reaction to emotional and physical stress to boosting body energy, stamina, endurance and mental clarity. Adaptogens are founded from the Indian Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine which have been practiced by these communities for centuries. Whether you are looking to sharpen your mental abilities to a razor-sharp level, boost your body’s physical athletic activities, or searching for ways to enhance your general health lifestyle, adaptogens have been proven scientifically to help your body achieve optimal health buoyance.

What’s an Oxymel?
Derived from an ancient Greek word oymeli that loosely translates to acid and honey, an oxymel is a term used to denote a herbal extraction of vinegar and raw honey. While it has been known that raw apple cider vinegar brings about a host of health benefits, oxymel combines these crucial health benefits of apple cider vinegar with the benefits of honey to bring about an ingestible extract for greater health benefits.

Ingredients

Eleutherococcus: This is used by a number of people especially in Asia to assist with some common types of mood disorders. Some traditional medical practices have associated it with helping in the treatment of virus infections such as common cold and herpes complex. Other practioners use this drug to assist diabetes patients to lower blood sugar level.

Rhodiola rosea: Clinical research in support of therapeutic claims for this drug ingredient is mostly associated with quality and quantity aspects. A number of clinical trials have associated R. rosea for the treatment of mental or physical fatigue and mild to moderate depression, which have highlighted some positive outcomes. There are trials which have also highlighted adaptogenic properties and physical endurance.

St. John’s Wort: St. John’s wort is a native European plantain that is characterised by yellow, star-shaped flowers. Majority of people use it for the treatment of depression and mood disorders. Strong scientific research evidence point this herb towards the effective treatment of mild to moderate depression. In the US, St. John’s wort is mainly available in dietary suppliments. In majority of countries, it is only used with other prescriptions while France has completely banned it as a result of interaction with other drugs.

Raw honey: Honey is known to bring about soothing qualities and is known to possess germ-fighting features.

Apple cider vinegar: Organic apple cider vinegar is rich in acetic acid, and when it is especially used in its raw unfiltered form, it possesses strands of proteins, enzymes, and beneficial bacteria which are similar to those found in the fermented kombucha tea.

Raspberry vinegar: Raspberry has been applied in the event of child birth to help mothers by reducing the need for pain medication or to shorten the length of labor. Other unproven benefits include treatment of stomach problems, diabetes, heart disease, breathing disorders, vitamin deficiency, fluid detection and other conditions

Black currant syrup: As a stout, woody, often spineless and deciduous shrub, black currant is a plant native to Asia and central and eastern Europe but is also cultivated in the USA and throughout the world. Clinical overview shows its benefits in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis despite the fact that long term safety and efficacy have not been proven. Its oils and juice extracts have shown limited antimicrobial and prebiotic activities. Furthermore, the syrup has shown some potential  use in infant atopic dermatitis, lowering cardiovascular risks, and generally bolstering some form of exercise performance measures.

Benefits of adaptogens oxymel

  1. Boost immune system. This is owed to its antiviral and antibacterial properties.
  2. Soothe dry throats by treating flu symptoms, such as coughs and core throats.
  3. Temper digestive system