Adaptogenic Herb

Adaptogenic herbs are herbal medicines that counteract the effects that stress causes on the body. They have anti-fatigue, antidepressive, and neuroprotective properties. Siberian ginseng, Arctic root, and Schisandra are the three main adaptogenic herbs.

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What is the reason for my sensitivity to ethanol present in a 50 ml herbal formula?

Query: Hello doctor,I am sensitive to ethanol present in a 50 ml herbal formula. I am not sure about the percentage of ethanol. Can I leave it opened in a room temperature for removing the alcohol?  Read Full »

Dr. Darakhshan

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Leaving bottle open will compromise its efficacy and safety, so choose an alternative.  Read Full »

Are adaptogens and superfoods beneficial for our health, and how much to include in our diet?

Query: Hi doctor, I am wondering about the potential health benefits of adaptogens (reishi, ashwaganda, tulsi, maca, etc.) and superfoods (spirulina, goji berries, bee pollen, cacao, etc). Are these things proven to be beneficial for ourhealth? If so, what are the correct dosages for the diet and how can I...  Read Full »

Neha Suryawanshi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Yes, these things are definitely beneficial for your health as they are natural sources of nutrition and they have natural health benefits. Tulsi is a natural antacid, spirulina is a good source of protein, and goji berries are rich in vitamin C. Regards.  Read Full »

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