In today’s video, you will learn about three natural herbs that can help you have more focus and mental clarity.
In recent days, have you ever felt yourself a little distracted, unable to focus on your work?
Did you know that some specific herbs can help you with that?
Although the Western culture associates mind to the brain, ayurvedic medicine says that the root of the mind lives inside our hearts and, so, encompasses all the physical body.
According to the herbal expert, Cameron Allen, these three plants can help you tune in to your interior knowledge.
Let’s see what they are:
This is one of the plants that brings the most mental clarity. And, according to ayurvedic medicine, it is good for all kinds of people, as long as consumed with moderation.
One of the most documented plants in Traditional Chinese medicine, it is also known as the mushroom of immortality. In the book The Ancient Wisdom of the Chinese Tonic Herbs, Ron Teeguarden says that reishi is an amazing anti-stress herb.
It is a popular essential oil that has been mentioned quite a few times on our channel. Rosemary is considered a polycrest, which means it is a medicine that can be useful in many different ways. It improves oxygenation, glucose levels, and strengthening the heart and brain functions.
Try these herbs and share your opinions with us.
The brain is responsible for coordinating all the functions in our bodies and, so, improving its activity means improving our well-being!
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