With all the talk about new Covid-19 spikes, Winter chills, school holidays ending, and the return to work when we’ve been so used to working from home, our minds and bodies are coping with quite a lot at the moment. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, and showing signs of stress and low energy, an Adaptogen may help. What is an Adaptogen? Adaptogens are non-toxic plants that help the body resist stress. GO Healthy has just launched a new supplement, based off an ancient medicinal herb and adaptogen, that is proven by science.
The easy to take (and vegetarian suitable) GO Healthy Go Ashwagandha 8,000+ Stress & Energy 1-a-Day Capsules contain the herb Ashwagandha, which has been used in Indian Ayurvedic Medicine for more than 6,000 years. According to GO Healthy’s Chief Naturopath Peta Teuma, GO Healthy use Ashwagandha in a synergistic blend with the Siberian ginseng and Vitamin B5 for adrenal health. The blend is recommended for both stress and energy levels, this is the advantage of adaptogen herbs. Adaptogens are traditionally used to help us adapt during times of stress. They help to regulate our stress response but also work to reduce fatigue. The 2 month supply in the GO Healthy Go Ashwagandha 8,000+ Stress & Energy 1-a-Day Capsules should see you starting to see results by the end of the first bottle (depending on how run down you are when you start). Peta recommends when starting any supplement note, on your smartphone your symptoms out of 10 for fatigue and stress. Then as you come to the end of the bottle you can compare how you are feeling, we often forget how bad we felt. I’ve been using the capsules for a month now, and having started from I’d say a 5/10 for both stress and energy levels, I am starting to feel calmer and more energised already. I’m going to keep using the capsules (and I’m now motivated to up my exercise), and see how I feel after the full 2 months. Go Ashwagandha 8,000+ Stress & Energy 1-a-Day 60 Capsules RRP $34.99.
As always, before starting any new supplements or other medication, check with your health care professional to make sure they are suitable for you.
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