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posted ago by Death_Metal_Patriot ago by Death_Metal_Patriot +38 / -0

Hey everyone,

I have posted about this before but I'll post it again. Adaptogenic herbs have much to offer us, pedes. I'll just lead off with this article. This cites some of the old Russian research on Siberian Ginseng AKA Eleutherococcus Root.

Just thought I'd leave this article here. This is from May 2002. http://www.positivehealth.com/article/herbal-medicine/adaptogen-eleutherococcus-senticosus-maxim-shrub

"In the 1970s 1,250 drivers at a Russian automobile plant were given twice-yearly courses of Eleutherococcus. The work that they did was repetitive and stressful in a difficult industrial environment. After one year the percentage of sick workers was reduced by 30%, and the total disease incidence in the control group was unchanged. At the same plant in November to December 1975 a total of 13,096 workers took Eleutherococcus daily with a resulting 30% to 50% reduction in illnesses such as respiratory tract infections and influenza, as compared with the control group. A seven-year study of truck drivers, again in Russia, reported an amazing 90% reduction in the incidence of influenza-type illnesses. "

As you can see, this is an essential ingredient in any witch doctor's medicine kit.

Goes great with Ginkgo biloba (natural quercetin content) and elder flowers (lots of zinc and other good stuff), mixed up in tea. I drink it every day and have not had so much as a sniffle.

Seriously, pedes, start doing research on "adapogenic" herbs. These include: eleutherococcus root, astragalus root, cordyceps fungus, Ocimum tenuiflorum, reishi mushroom, chaga mushroom, and other herbs which herbalists typically refer to as "adaptogens".

There's tons of good info out there. Be careful when mixing these kinds of herbs in high doses though, just want to advise you guys of that in advance. Always start with small amounts, and add in one new supplement at a time when using any supplement regimen. You may want to consult your personal physician as well, as long as you can find one you trust.

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piema 6 points ago +6 / -0

For every illness, God has provided a plant to remedy it.

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Death_Metal_Patriot [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree. I regularly drink tea with eleutherococcus, cordyceps, chaga, reishi, anise seed, lemongrass, marshmallow, elder flowers, ginkgo, and guayusa in it. Has tons of phytonutrients, especially C, D, and Zinc, as well as natural quercetin content, and apoptogenic herbs. That's my tea I drink every day.

Sick? I'm not getting sick. Lmao!

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piema 2 points ago +2 / -0

Be careful, you might live too long! 😉

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Death_Metal_Patriot [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I now sleep 4 hours a night, wake up fully rested, have an endless amount of energy, my IQ is raised 10 points, my asthma is gone, and I feel like I have the strength of 10 men. True story.

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frank_Dingleberg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your tea concoction sounds marvelous. Can it be purchased with all of the ingredients you mention, or are you making this yourself?

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Death_Metal_Patriot [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nah I brew my own.

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M42D 3 points ago +3 / -0

Everything we need to survive and prosper is there in nature.

Gates and Shwab need to be <censored> for their lunatic transhumanism agenda.

They literally believe that they can stay alive forever, pedo-ing and drinking the blood of kids.

Folks, do you know what DEMONS are? Well, they're here on Earth, and they look like those two.

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polish_snausage 1 point ago +1 / -0

Shoot,,, so I should've harvested the elder FLOWERS not the berries?! Man, I SUCK at this. :(

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Death_Metal_Patriot [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Berries are great too, don't worry! Flowers and berries are both good from Elder plants.

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polish_snausage 1 point ago +1 / -0

Phew! I've cleaned them and removed the stems (wow lol). They're in the freezer... I need to find a recipe for a tonic to make with them :)

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Southernwhitebread 1 point ago +1 / -0

Your body has thousands of cannabanoid receptors.

Cannabis!

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Death_Metal_Patriot [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I work in the legal cannabis industry but it doesn't brew well into tea because cannabinoids are fat soluble.