The natural way to stay young

AshwagandhaTo look and feel younger, most people spend a lot of money on lotions, potions, pills and creams. But Ageing is a natural process. Your body faces degeneration year after year.
you can achieve holistic wellness by just including these herbs in your diet.

Ashwagandha is widely known as a youth-enhancing herb. Ashwagandha also supports the immune system. It calms the nerves and reduces anxiety and stress. It boosts energy levels and fights chronic fatigue. It also strengthens the spine and eases joint pain.Tulsi

Tulsi is an antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory herb that has been used extensively to fight cancer and prevent diabetes. Tulsi can be taken as a decoction.
Ginseng tones skin and muscles, improves your appetite and digestion, and even restores vitality and virility.

Celery seeds prevent arthritis and gout (inflammatory conditions often associated with age). It is easy to include these seeds in your diet. Add a teaspoon of whole seeds in a cup of boiling water, let it cool and consume twice a day.

Celery seedsMilk Thistle  Since the liver is the seat of metabolism and detoxification, it has been given a special place in ayurvedic, Chinese and traditional systems of medicine. The liver performs many roles, including the processing and filtering of medications and environmental toxins. Silymarin, an active ingredient in milk thistle, stimulates liver cell regeneration to help the organ rebuild after it has been damaged.
Turmeric has a wealth of benefits. Turmeric protects the body from tissue-damage and prevents wrinkles, scars, and other visible signs of ageing. It also has the ability to potentially ward-off degenerative diseases.
Ginkgo increases blood flow to the brain. Research suggests that ginkgo can help people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and help you become sociable and alert.

 

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