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When you’re in the wild and encountering a lot of stress or fatigue, take these wondrous adaptogenic herbs!

Adaptogenic Herbs Help Relieve Stress and Fatigue Naturally

Adaptogenic Herbs List

Stress crops up in many situations, not only when you’re out in the wilderness but also in your everyday life. You can stress yourself about to-do lists, or relationships, or issues at work.

This is when adaptogens come in. Adaptogens are natural substances that empower the hormonal response of your body to stress.

Adaptogens can be the common herbs in your surroundings. You might find these herbs in nature, and they could very well save your life.

1. Asian Ginseng

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Also known as Panax Ginseng, Asian ginseng is used as traditional medicine for ages because of its health benefits. It has antioxidant properties that could help in strengthening and restoration of the immune responses of the body system.

However, this is not recommendable for children and pregnant women.

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2. Eleuthero

Eleuthero is a shrub common in Northeastern Asia. It is known as the “King of the Adaptogens.”

Chinese people have traditionally used this as a herbal medicine for muscle spasm, joint pain, and fatigue. It helps the body to adapt to stress and makes the body’s response to stress more effectual. Additionally, eleuthero enhances your memory and keeps your focus even when under pressure.

3. Ashwagandha

Adaptogenic herbs Ashwagandha is also referred to as Indian Ginseng. It is a shrub that has yellow flowers and circular leaves.

This adaptogenic herb strengthens stamina and increases energy. Ashwagandha is also a popular ayurvedic medicine, intensifying the functions of the adrenal and endocrine gland which actively responds to stress.

Ayurvedic Definition: The natural system of India’s traditional treatment for illness. It uses natural therapies for thousands of years.

4. Rosemary

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Rosemary is a fragrant plant having spike-like leaves and purple flowers. This herb is usually for cooking purposes.

In addition, rosemary also increases the activity of the hormonal responses of the body. It supports some organs of the body like the heart, liver, and most of the digestive system, which can improve one’s mood and boost memory.

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5. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera plant | Adaptogenic Herbs to Relieve Stress in the Wilderness
Aloe vera is traditionally cultivated as a medicinal plant in many countries. Some apply it to their hair for extra shine and smoothness, while others use them as adaptogens for immunity and adrenal health.

Another reason why you should consider taking aloe vera is it increases diffusion of oxygen into the bloodstream through the blood cells, thus relieving stress.

6. Bacopa

Bacopa is a creeping herb common in wetlands. It is known to reduce anxiety and induce memory functions of the brain to keep you sane in the most stressed moments. Additionally, bacopa helps in keeping you focused, thus, reducing stress tendencies.

 

To learn more about adaptogenic herbs that ease stress, watch this video by JoAnne Mbonigaba:

Adaptogenic herbs contain adaptogens that bring balance to the regulatory functions of the adrenal system, which in turn, reduce stress and anxiety tendencies of a person. These adaptogens can be added to your daily intake of food.

However, it is best to hear advice from medical practitioners, especially for pregnant women and children. You can always ask professionals or research on your own about what adaptogen fits your body’s needs.

What other adaptogenic herbs do you know? Share them in the comments section below!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on February 8, 2018, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

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  1. Karen

    February 11, 2018 at 6:50 PM

    Willow is another one. leaves are good for headaches, or other things you would use aspirin for.

  2. Sean Martin

    February 11, 2018 at 8:52 PM

    Karen it is the inner bark of the willow tree that is used not the leaves much like the inner bark of the Aspen tree that is use as an herbal medicine. There are many herbs that were used by Native Americans for healing that most of us would consider and plain old weed. The knowledge of these herbs can be very helpful in case of emergency.

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