The beautiful thing about adaptogens is that they have the ability to help you stay balanced on a physical, mental and emotional level. They do this by tuning in to your specific needs and situation and help regulate the nervous system, hormone system and immune system.
The primary function of adaptogens is to balance the stress responses of your body and mind and to increase resistance to various stressors. In addition, they each have their unique characteristics.
To determine which adaptogens are best for you, it helps to know what you would like to achieve. For example, do you want more energy, are you in need of relaxation, would you like to feel more grounded, boost your memory, be less in your head and more in your heart, improve your sleep or strengthen your immune system?
It is good to know what you would like to address and also where you see any possible areas for improvement, so that you can focus on those particular parts specifically.
It is also possible that you feel very good and are interested in adaptogens for maintenance and to see where you can do even better.
Everything is connected and if we look at our health and the quality of our life in a holistic way, it all becomes clearer. Adaptogens can do a lot for you, but they work best if you give yourself what you need in other areas as well.
For example, if you have trouble falling asleep, ask yourself if you are not taking on too much. Can you easily set boundaries and let go of things?
If you often lack energy, also look into your diet, exercise, whether you get enough sleep, but also if what you dedicate yourself to makes you happy.
Observe your thoughts and emotions, especially those that you perceive regularly, because there is a lot to be learned from them.
In short, look honestly at how you take care of yourself and where you could step more into your power. Anything that you will implement with this knowledge in mind will also work better because it makes you are more aware.
Once you have a clear idea of what you want to focus on, find the adaptogens that fit best into this.
High Vibeology has 3 different adaptogenic blends, each made from 3 herbs / plants and 1 functional mushroom.
They are especially formulated to work in synergy to reinforce each other.
I am calm with Ashwagandha, Tulsi (Holy Basil), Reishi and Brahmi is very suitable to support a healthy nervous system, for relaxation, mental clarity, a good night's sleep and a positive mood.
Energetically it helps you to connect more to your core and your heart. It stimulates emotional healing, cleansing and the free flow of emotions.
I am focused with Lion’s Mane, Brahmi, Maca and Tulsi (Holy Basil) contributes to good concentration and memory, it promotes the absorption and processing of information, mental clarity and a sense of inner peace.
The energetic focus is on expansion and clarity of mind. It helps you to make the connection between vision and its manifestation in the physical.
I am energized with Astragalus, Moringa, Maca and Chaga works on your energy levels and stamina and supports physical and mental exertion.
In an energetic sense it helps you become aware of your physical capacity. It connects you to your life force and helps you feel more grounded, focused, charged and present in your body.
You can use multiple adaptogens at the same time and different blends during the day, but it is recommended to be mindful about your intake.
Herbs and mushrooms can be very powerful, so start with a small dose and see how you react to it.
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* The above health claims, made on the basis of plant-based ingredients, are currently being processed by the European Food Safety Administration (ESFA). *
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