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Published on March 24th, 2013 | by Nick Coe


3 Powerful Herbs For Energy

With spring fast approaching, we all feel the urge to get moving, to fix our diets, to fall in love, to get outside and play under the sun. Seasonal transition is not always easy though and many of us are left with low energy levels every time a new season is ushered in. The main reasons for this “down” feeling that comes with every new season are problems with diet and more specifically, consumption of heavy foods and overcharging our adrenal glands with substances that push our bodies to the edge.

Thankfully, there are natural remedies to rebalance our adrenals and help us feel breezy as spring enters. Let’s see the 3 most powerful herbs for restoring energy below:

Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus):

Eleuthero is a powerful herb with antioxidant properties that helps relieve pain and energize our bodies. It is known to boost the immune system and is one of the most powerful adaptogens (herbs that assist the body to cope with stress).

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera):

Ashwagandha is a herb that reduces stress and boost energy levels that comes straight from Ayuverda. The herb regulates adrenaline leaving us calmer and also helps with depression. When it comes to using Ashwagandha, remember that it can be combined with most other herbs for synergistic health benefits.

Oil of Oregano (Origanum vulgare):

Fatigue may be caused by dormant viruses that might not present any other symptoms and helping your organs be more efficient with a powerful agent such as the Oil of Oregano is a great way to prevent such “stealthy” viruses from manifesting. Oil of Oregano is a powerful antioxidant which boosts the immune system and helps the body remove viruses, bacteria and parasites.

In addition to using the above, don’t forget to sleep well and avoid overeating as it induces sleepiness. Moderate your workouts and always be reasonable with what you ask your body to do.

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