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10 Ayurvedic Herbs to Incorporate Into Your Daily Life Right Now

In the ancient science of Ayurveda, herbs are viewed as the spiritual essence – the Kundalini – of plants. Plants and herbs carry in their cells the wisdom of cosmic intelligence, and the healing vibrations of nature. 978 more words

Wellness

10 Best Herbs for Female Hormone Balance

Reduced sexual desire, a lack of energy, hormonal imbalance… all problems that can cause a great deal of stress for women. Of course, environmental toxins and hormone disrupting chemicals (like  1,140 more words

Biological Medicine

4 Ways To Naturally Combat Stress and Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most commonly reported psychiatric disorders. In an increasingly stressful world, it is ever-more important to know how to remain cool and be able to let go of stress and worry. 1,500 more words

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Ashwagandha for Cognitive Function


By Dr. Mercola Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an herb that’s been an important part of Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Literally translated from its Sanskrit roots, ashwagandha means “smells like a horse,” which may hint more at its essence than its actual smell. 126 more words

Ashwagandha for Cognitive Function


By Dr. Mercola Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an herb that’s been an important part of Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Literally translated from its Sanskrit roots, ashwagandha means “smells like a horse,” which may hint more at its essence than its actual smell. 126 more words

Ashwagandha for Cognitive Function


By Dr. Mercola Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an herb that’s been an important part of Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Literally translated from its Sanskrit roots, ashwagandha means “smells like a horse,” which may hint more at its essence than its actual smell. 126 more words

Ashwagandha for Cognitive Function


By Dr. Mercola Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an herb that’s been an important part of Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Literally translated from its Sanskrit roots, ashwagandha means “smells like a horse,” which may hint more at its essence than its actual smell. 126 more words