The miraculous herbs for your stress free life

The miraculous herbs for your stress free life

ASHWAGANDHA & RHODIOLA: the ancient herbs that your body & mind need

Originally used in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, these herbs have become increasingly popular as alternative treatments for increasing energy levels, improving mental performance, and alleviating stress. In this article we will compare the effects of rhodiola and ashwagandha, outlining their respective benefits and drawbacks.

Rhodiola and ashwagandha are both adaptogens with a range of potential benefits. Adaptogens are plants and mushrooms that help your body better respond to stress and promote overall well-being. While both rhodiola and ashwagandha have many similarities, they also have unique differences.

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Rhodiola, also known as Rhodiola rosea, is found in cold climates on mountaintops and is also known as arctic or golden root, is a medicinal plant that’s been used for hundreds of years for its ability to help with boosting mood, energy levels, and sports performance.

In the 8th century, it’s believed rhodiola was used by the Vikings to fight off fatigue and increase stamina. Over the last years, rhodiola has become increasingly popular. Why?

Modern research points to rhodiola being an effective natural remedy for depression comparable to pharmaceutical drugs. It may help counter stress, fatigue, and anxiety disorders while providing protective health benefits.

  • Studies have shown that rhodiola can help elevate a person’s mood by promoting a sense of calmness and well-being, while also enhancing mental energy and focus. This makes it ideal for people who experience occasional stress or who need help staying focused throughout the day.
  • Studies also have shown that rhodiola supplementation can result in an anti-fatigue effect that increases mental performance, particularly the ability to concentrate, and decreases cortisol response to awakening stress in those who are experiencing burnout or fatigue.
  • Rhodiola is quickly becoming a popular tool for increasing energy levels and aiding in improved physical performance. This root has been used for centuries to help fight fatigue and improve physical endurance.

A couple of reasons that we love Rhodiola are it's ability to:

Decrease stress & fatigue*

✔ Reduce symptoms of depression & mood swings*

Improve brain function & mental performance*

Improve energy, stamina & exercise performance*

Control diabetes, by lowering blood sugar levels*

✔ Improve immune system & overall health*

And a lot more…

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Also known as Indian ginseng and winter cherry, is an ancient adaptogenic herb, that has been used for over 3,000 years and is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda. It is generally used to alleviate occasional stress, improve insomnia, and help balance hormones.

  • Studies have shown that supplementation with ashwagandha can help manage cortisol levels. Cortisol, released as a result of fear or stress, has been dubbed “the stress hormone” for this reason.
  • Ashwagandha’s calming properties can help reduce food cravings and insomnia associated with stress.
  • Recent research suggests its ability to influence and regulate hormones in the body. Many people are turning to ashwagandha as an alternative solution for hormone imbalance-related issues such as low libido and premenstrual syndrome.

A couple of reasons that we love Ashwagandha are it's ability to:

Decrease Stress, Anxiety & Symptoms Of Depression*

✔ Alleviate Insomnia & Improve Quality Of Sleep*

Maintain A Healthy Brain Function & Memory*

Boost Testosterone And Increase Fertility In Men*

Reduce Inflammation & Cortisol Levels*

Improve Heart Health, While Reducing Blood Sugar, Cholesterol & Triglycerides*

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Which one is right for your needs?

Choosing between rhodiola and ashwagandha comes down to your own personal health goals.

You want to make sure that the supplement you are choosing is using standardized extracts (to the most well-studied and proven-to-work proportions) nothing less! No fillers, no binders, third party tested and certificate of analysis for every batch LIKE WE ALWAYS DO!

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Rhodiola rosea: A Versatile Adaptogen” by Farhath Khanum, Amarinder Singh Bawa and Brahm Singh, 20 November 2006, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety.
“The Adaptogens Rhodiola and Schizandra Modify the Response to Immobilization Stress in Rabbits by Suppressing the Increase of Phosphorylated Stress-activated Protein Kinase, Nitric Oxide and Cortisol” by Alexander Panossian, Marina Hambardzumyan, Areg Hovhanissyan and Georg Wikman, 16 February 2007, Drug Target Insights.

“Increase of myocardial performance by Rhodiola–ethanol extract in diabetic rats” by Yung-Ze Cheng, Li-Jen Chen, Wei-Jing Lee, Mei-Fen Chen, Hung Jung Lin and Juei-Tang Cheng, 29 August 2012, Journal of Ethnopharmacology.

Chandrasekhar K, Kapoor J, Anishetty S. A prospective, randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study of safety and efficacy of a high-concentration full-spectrum extract of ashwagandha root in reducing stress and anxiety in adults. Indian J Psychol Med. 2012;34(3):255-262. doi:10.4103/0253-7176.106022
Lopresti AL, Smith SJ, Malvi H, Kodgule R. An investigation into the stress-relieving and pharmacological actions of an ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) extract: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Medicine (Baltimore). 2019;98(37):e17186. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000017186



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