Energy boosters are one of the fastest growing segments of the supplement market, and many of the most expensive products are based on existing herbal remedies that you can find in any health food store.
Here are some of the most effective herbs to boost your energy levels. Why spend all that money when you can buy all the ingredients yourself?
Adding a little Cayenne pepper to your food will help improve your blood circulation. These means more oxygen rushing through
your bloodstream, and higher energy levels.
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Ginkgo is used primarily as an aid for memory and mental clarity, thanks to its ability to increase bloodflow to the brain.
This same property can actually alleviate depression and increase your energy levels.
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Traditionally ginseng has been used to reduce stress on the body, increase the strength of the immune system and delay the effects
of aging. A stronger immune system means your body can spend more energy where you need it, rather than having to fight infections.
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Gotu Kola is a staple of Indian Ayurvedic medicine, where it taken as a tea during meditation practices to increase
psychic sensitivity and achieve a higher state of spiritual being. It is also a tremendous natural source of vitamins and minerals,
and decreases fatigue by stimulating your nervous system .
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Green Tea contains caffeine, but it doesn't give you the same highs and lows that coffee does. As an added bonus,
its high in antioxidants and might just make you live longer too!
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The Chinese add licorice in many herb combinations to enhance physical and mental vigor. It is said to stimulate the adrenal gland,
therefore producing adrenaline to increase energy levels, ease stress and promote a feeling of well being. It is also
sometimes used to treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
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