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UNLOCK THE POWER OF PRANA WITH FUSHI FRESH-GROUND HERBS
In Ayurveda, Prana represents life-force energy and we infuse that philosophy into our products by only using the organic herbs from this season’s harvest. By using only the freshest ingredients, they maintain their highest prana and life-energy.
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our fresh-ground® process
Our first step is to ethically source the purest, biodynamically grown ingredients, ensuring they possess maximum potency nothing is older than three months.
To ensure we use the freshest ingredients, we only select from this season’s harvest guaranteeing that nothing is older than three months.
To preserve nutrients & quality, all ingredients are air or sun dried before they are freshly ground by hand in our London workshop.
For optimal freshness and purity, our herbs are encapsulated within three days without the use of any additives or preservatives nothing is older than three months.
To protect our Fresh-Ground® herbs from any light damage, our herbs lovingly packaged in a earth-friendly dark glass bottle with aluminum lids.
Some studies suggest that adaptogens may have potential health benefits, such as reducing fatigue, improving mental performance, and enhancing the body's ability to cope with stress. However, it's important to approach adaptogens with realistic expectations as they are not miracle cures or substitutes for a healthy lifestyle. The mechanisms by which adaptogens work are not fully understood, but they are believed to modulate the body's stress response system and help balance and regulate stress hormones and other physiological processes.
Some individuals who should exercise caution or avoid adaptogens include pregnant or breastfeeding women. people with autoimmune diseases, individuals with bleeding disorders. Some adaptogens have anticoagulant properties and may increase the risk of bleeding. People with hormone-sensitive conditions: Certain adaptogens can have hormonal effects and may not be suitable for those with hormone-sensitive conditions. It is always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using adaptogens, especially if you fall into any of these categories.
Determining the "best" adaptogen is subjective and can vary depending on individual needs and responses. 1. Ashwagandha: Widely used in Ayurvedic medicine, it promotes stress reduction, energy improvement, and cognitive function support. 2. Rhodiola rosea: Known for enhancing mental and physical performance, it may reduce fatigue, improve mood, and support stress response. 3. Panax Ginseng: Popular in Chinese medicine, it boosts energy, improves mental clarity, and supports stress management. 4. Holy Basil: Also called tulsi, it has calming effects, promotes mental clarity, and supports overall well-being. 5. Siberian Ginseng: Used for physical stamina and reducing fatigue, it enhances resilience to stress and promotes vitality. 6. Maca: Native to the Andes Mountains, it increases energy levels, supports hormonal balance, and improves well-being
Adaptogens are generally regarded as beneficial and safe when used appropriately. They have been used for centuries in traditional medicine systems like Ayurveda and Chinese medicine to promote overall well-being and help the body adapt to stress.
No, turmeric is not considered an adaptogen. Adaptogens are a specific class of herbs or substances that are believed to help the body adapt to stress and promote overall balance. They are known for their ability to modulate the body's stress response and support the adrenal glands. Some well-known adaptogens include ashwagandha, rhodiola, and ginseng.