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Fighting Fatigue – The Herbal Way

By Dave / June 14, 2007

energeticYou know that being chronically tired is not good.

You live a busy lifestyle in this modern world.

You work and / or care for a family all day long.

By the time you get to the end of the day, there isn’t much energy left to enjoy the limited free time that you have.

And then…… you go to bed and wake up to do it all over again the next day.

Remember the abundant energy you had as a child? Don’t you wish you had that again.

Wouldn’t it be great to make it past the working day and actually have enough energy leftover to enjoy your free time!

Here are some herbs that have been used to boost energy levels:

Siberian Ginseng – This is taken from a PubMed abstract: The study is PMID: 11749801 . The study was published in Acta Pharmacol Sin. in the December 22, 2001 issue pages 1057 – 1070. Here is what the abstract says: The Siberian ginseng exhibited anti-fatigue, anti-stress, immuno-enhancing effect, CNS activity, and anti-depressive effect.

Aside from its anti-stress and anti-fatigue properties, I found another intersting abstract: Siberian ginseng extract produced a protective effect during experimental steroid-induced osteoporosis, which was comparable with the influence of ipriflavone. – The Reference is: PMID: 12360344

Olive Leaf Extract: PMID: 17518699 Suggests that Olive Leaf extract may have anti-aging properties and combat oxidative stress.

You can obtain Siberian Ginseng and Olive Leaf extract in this herbal concoction available for purchase.

This post is for information only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any physical health ailment. If you have or think you might have chronic fatigue syndrome or any other health problem, including low energy levels, contact your physician for diagnosis and treatment.

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