Since it helps lower inflammation, this root is wonderful at helping improve mental sharpness and offers other brain benefits as well.
Along with its ability to help lower stress and inflammation, it’s also used to combat fatigue, anxiety and depression.
This adaptogenic herb is approved by the HMPC/EMA for its ability to influence the release of stress hormones as it boosts energy metabolism.
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If loose stools occur, stop use and notify your healthcare practitioner.