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Sip your balance – there is no better feeling than feeling good

Discover the power of adaptogenic and nootropic plants from traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine in combination with our local medicinal herbs.

The rediscovery of anti-stress herbs

In the medical practice of traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, there are a handful of plants whose special spectrum of effects has been emphasized for 3000 years. It is the adaptogens and nootropics that help the body cope with a wide variety of stressful situations.

This account of the effect of adaptogens on stress was first published in a 2010 National Library of Medicine publication by Alexander Panossian and Georg Wilkman. It shows that although adaptogens do not prevent stress, they can noticeably balance the intensity.
Unlike stimulants, which only work in one direction, adaptogens are holistically balancing. The effectiveness of the stimulants is temporarily more intense, but often leads to overstimulation and imbalance with side effects. Adaptogens, on the other hand, work even after long-term use, they do not lead to tolerance and have no potential for dependence.