Updated: Mar 31
If you have these symptoms you may be experiencing Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. Although relatively tiny, the adrenals have a very big job. Adequate levels of the adrenal hormone cortisol are required by the body to help prevent inflammation and tissue destruction, keep blood sugars level, moderate nervous system responses, and attempt to maintain homeostasis, or the steady-state of balance in the body. Periodically experiencing incredibly painful episodes of inflammation and tissue destruction from stress, lack of sleep or for people with Celiac Disease, an accidental exposure to gluten, the protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, all of these things places a huge strain on the adrenals, including a sudden demand for high cortisol levels to help moderate the inflammatory response. Each time, the body is able to cope, but with each experience it may take longer for the adrenals to recover. When stress is prolonged, these high levels of cortisol must be maintained. And if there is no significant recovery period during which the adrenals can rest and replenish themselves, adrenal fatigue results. If you feel you may be suffering from Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome, your doctor can test you for it, and we have the solution!
Adrenal Fatigue Relief
How Does it work?
Licorice Root: Well documented for it’s many benefits including the treatment of immune disorders, mood related issues and digestive concerns, but licorice is also one of the best know herbs for the treatment of adrenal fatigue.
Licorice assists the adrenals by preventing the breakdown of cortisol, one of the major hormones produced by the adrenal glands to combat stress.
Its cortisol sparing effects help in maintaining energy levels which results in a better response to stressful situations. In addition, licorice is a great herbal for supporting and protecting liver function, which also increases energy production.
Licorice combats PMS symptoms like breast tenderness, irritability and bloating because of its mild estrogenic ability.
Are there some people who shouldn’t take Licorice? You bet. If you have high blood pressure, taking licorice can be problematic because the cortisol sparing effect can increase blood pressure in some individuals. Those people with a predisposition to breast cancer, especially estrogen dominant breast cancers, should avoid it as well.
Ashwagandha: An ancient herb known for its medicinal qualities. It helps the body deal with stress among other ailments. The mix of amino acids and vitamins in Ashwagandha helps to improve the bodies ability to manage stress. It’s also beneficial for helping improve sleep, increasing energy levels and improving cognitive function.
It stimulates the immune system to help reduce the amount of chronic inflammation and therefore reduce the negative effects of stress.
Some of the other benefits include: reduced stress and anxiety, reduced blood sugar levels, increased muscle mass (and strength), reduced inflammation, lower cholesterol, lower cortisol levels, improved cognitive function, and slowing down the effects of certain types of cancer!
Ginger Root: Loaded with antioxidants, compounds that prevent stress and damage to your body’s DNA. They may help your body fight off chronic diseases like high blood pressure, heart disease, and diseases of the lungs, plus promote healthy aging.
Ginger root helps modulate adrenal function.
Ginger also helps fight inflammation produced by cortisol.
Ginger reduces symptoms of arthritis, headaches, nausea, indigestion, and muscle pain.
Ginkgo Biloba: Ginkgo Biloba is one of the longest living tree species in the world. This adaptogenic herb has been part of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries as a remedy for many different diseases. It is mostly famous for having a positive effect on blood circulation and heart health, as well as improving memory and focus.
Ginkgo Biloba is a miracle worker for adrenal fatigue because its leaves contain a counteractive effect on adrenaline, significantly reducing stress on the body and the mind.
If you’re also suffering from headache, migraines, and PMS symptoms, ginkgo biloba can provide relief. Several studies have proven that ginkgo biloba has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it a widely used herb in modern-day medicine.
If you are sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, it may be time for you to start supporting your Adrenal system. Adrenal Fatigue Relief may just be your answer.
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