• Anti-aging

    The quest for everlasting youth: Nicolas Flamel's Elixir of Life, Ponce De Leon and his fabled Fountain of Youth, the Greeks' ambrosia, and Cleopatra's milk and honey baths. The search for eternal youth seems to be a normal part of the human experience. 

    Maybe the Fountain of Youth is not a fountain at all, but instead is a nutrient-dense superfood, a single-celled algae, a root vegetable from the Peruvian Andes, or a fruit grown high in the rainforest canopy of Brazil. Various herbs, roots, fruits, berries, and vegetables have been revered through the ages for their reported anti-aging properties.

    Traditional Chinese Medicine classified 100 herbs as Superior Tonic Herbs to promote longevity. Among these are He Shou Wu, Ginseng, and Schizandra. In Ayruvedic Medicine practices Shatavari, Amla berry, and Ashwagandha, are considered Rasayana herbs- promoting overall health, vitality, and longevity. 

    Today, antioxidants are thought to protect cells from the effects of free radical damage, strengthen the body's ability to fight sickness and disease, and cosmetics manufacturers include them in formulas to combat premature signs of aging. Is this the secret to youth? Only time will tell! 

     

    The quest for everlasting youth: Nicolas Flamel's Elixir of Life, Ponce De Leon and his fabled Fountain of Youth, the Greeks' ambrosia, and Cleopatra's milk and honey baths. The search for eternal youth seems to be a normal part of the human experience. 

    Maybe the Fountain of Youth is not a fountain at all, but instead is a nutrient-dense superfood, a single-celled algae, a root more >

  • vegetable from the Peruvian Andes, or a fruit grown high in the rainforest canopy of Brazil. Various herbs, roots, fruits, berries, and vegetables have been revered through the ages for their reported anti-aging properties.

    Traditional Chinese Medicine classified 100 herbs as Superior Tonic Herbs to promote longevity. Among these are He Shou Wu, Ginseng, and Schizandra. In Ayruvedic Medicine practices Shatavari, Amla berry, and Ashwagandha, are considered Rasayana herbs- promoting overall health, vitality, and longevity. 

    Today, antioxidants are thought to protect cells from the effects of free radical damage, strengthen the body's ability to fight sickness and disease, and cosmetics manufacturers include them in formulas to combat premature signs of aging. Is this the secret to youth? Only time will tell! 

     

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