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New Health Product: Adaptogen Blend by Longevity Herbs May Help the Body Cope With Stress
Date:7/3/2012

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 03, 2012

Everyone knows that stress causes health issues. From heart problems to moodiness to nervous habits like nail biting--it can all be linked, at least in part, to stress.

This is why Longevity Herbs is proud to announce the release of its latest supplement: Adaptogen Blend. This formula may allow your body to adapt to stressful situations, providing energy, endurance, and stamina.

Adaptogen Blend is comprised of three main ingredients: Cordyceps, Ginseng, and Rhodiola roots.

Cordyceps is a powerful grassy fungus originally cultivated in mountainous Tibet. Known there as “the divine gift,” it has unmatched immune system support and stimulation properties. American pharmacists have observed the benefits of cordyceps since the 1980s. It has been shown to assist athletic performance and recovery, enhance the libido and improve fertility.

Ginseng is the second ingredient in the Adaptogen Blend formula. It is considered an “adaptogen” because it increases resistance to emotional, physical, and immunological stress. Ginseng dates back to the 2nd century China. Recent studies find that cancer patients who took ginseng over a two-month period experienced less fatigue than those who were given a placebo

Last but not least is Rhodiola rosea, another Traditional Chinese Medicine remedy. It is prized for its ability to bolster resistance to stress, anxiety, fatigue and trauma. It is believed to increase energy and muscular performance as well as mental tasks.

Prominent doctor and leader in the alternative health industry, Dr. Andrew Weil, has said this of Rhodiola rosea: “It acts in non-specific ways to increase resistance without disturbing normal biological functions. Studies of its medicinal applications have appeared in the scientific literature of Sweden, Norway, France, Germany, the Soviet Union and Iceland. Today in Russia, rhodiola is used as a tonic and remedy for fatigue, poor attention span, and decreased memory; it is also believed to make workers more productive.”

Dr. Weil goes on to share studies on Rhodiola including a 2002 review where it was shown to help prevent fatigue, stress, and increase sexual energy and enhance the immune system.

For more information on the benefits of the Adaptogen Blend formula or other Longevity Herbs products, visit LongevityHerbs.com or phone (888) 245-0718.

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