Energy and Enhanced Longevity

For More Energy and Enhanced Longevity

Adaptogens are agents that help your body resist occasional stress, anxious feelings, and fatigue.* And because they’re herbs, they work on your entire body… not just a single area.*

Even though the concept of adaptogens dates back thousands of years, modern research didn’t begin until the late 1940s.

Following World War II, Soviet scientists set out to determine why Siberians lived healthy and long lives – many living beyond 100 years.

Over a period of 45 years, 1200 research scientists conducted over 3,000 studies involving more than 500,000 people. This led to the discovery of adaptogens… a phrase coined by Dr. Nicolai Lazarev.

Together with Dr. Lazarev, Professor Israel Brekhman researched and helped show that a new class of plant compounds could help people neutralize stress and live healthier lives.*

Professor Brekhman created the following guidelines for an herb to be considered an adaptogen.
The substance must…

·         Be entirely non-toxic

·         Have a "non-specific" activity, increasing the resistance of your entire body rather than any specific organ*

·         Work to help your entire system gain balance, also called homeostasis*

The Soviet scientists also felt adaptogens improved the functioning of the entire person by:

·              Boosting your energy level and helping enhance longevity*

·              Promoting good reproductive system health*

·              Supporting your brain and other essential organs*

·              Promoting your healthy digestive system*

·              Helping enhance your skeletal and muscular systems*

So, with all this in mind, it appears an adaptogenic herb fits the bill for what you need to help calm your nerves and provide you an energy boost.

Ashwagandha is a small evergreen perennial herb that grows up to 1.5 meters (almost 5 feet) tall. Common names used for ashwagandha include: Winter Cherry, Withania somnifera (latin botanical name), and Indian Ginseng to name a few.

This adaptogenic herb delivers potential benefits to you by…

·              Boosting your endurance, stamina, and sexual energy*

·              Helping you enhance your resistance to occasional stress*

·              Assisting you in refreshing both your mind and body*

·              Helping calm and soothe your nervous system*

·              Aiding you in falling asleep naturally*

Another interesting factor that separates ashwagandha from some other adaptogens is how it affects you.

While some adaptogens are stimulants in disguise, this is not the case with ashwagandha. It can give your morning exercise routine a boost.* Or, when taken prior to bed, it can help you get a good night’s sleep as well.*

And just to show you how that’s true with ashwagandha, here are additional ways this ancient herb potentially provides you “whole” health advantages:

  • Provides you antioxidants for free radical protection*
  • Promotes your healthy immune system*
  • Helps you support healthful levels of total lipids, cholesterol, and   triglycerides already in the normal range*
  • Aids you against an occasional joint discomfort*
  • Helps promote your healthy liver and kidney functions*
  • Assists your stomach with added protection against occasional stress*
  • Boosts your system against the normal signs of aging*

I believe ashwagandha helps promote your entire health – and is not just focused on a single area.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.