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Updated UK Supplements Tips
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Add Power To Your Supplementation By Taking These 5 Supplements!
If you are taking supplements regularly, it is good to vary the products you take. For instance, if you are taking Magnesium, it is also recommended to take Zinc because both of these help each other to absorb into your body. It is important to diversify your diet to promote health and wellness. In this blog, we'll be looking at five different supplements available around the globe that can help add some power and variety to your supplements. Have a look a this best uk supplement site for tips.

Ashwagandha Extract Powder - India
Ashwagandha, an evergreen shrub that is found in India and the Middle East and parts of Africa. Its name is derived from Sanskrit words, 'Ashva' meaning 'Horse', and "Gandha" meaning "Smell" due to its musky odour. Its use as a medicine can be traced back at least to 6000 BC. It is among the many methods that Ayurveda utilized in its early days. Although some of the claims might seem absurd (e.g. it could lengthen the lifespan) the claims of it being able to'rejuvenate the body' are true.

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Matcha Powder - Japan
TCM has been using Matcha for thousands of year, but it was first popularized through TJM (Traditional Japanese Medicine), by Myoan Eisai an ancient Buddhist monk who brought Matcha to Japan from China during the 12th century. To turn Matcha into a tea, he steam dried the leaves and then ground to the form of a fine powder. It aided in meditation and produced a feeling of calm and alertness.' We now know that Matcha's high caffeine content as well as its large amounts of L-Theanine an amino acid which increases the synthesis of GABA, also increased brain levels of serotonin and dopamine. Matcha Green Tea has a long-standing tradition of being used to help calm the mind and ensuring that it is alert. Matcha is often used as a substitute for coffee by a lot of people who are looking for a boost of caffeine. Matcha is a lot more potent of caffeine than coffee, between 19 and 44 mg per gram. This is due to its lower content of caffeine (96mg per 250ml). Matcha has just the right amount of caffeine to give you an energy boost without associated jitters and crash.

Lions Mane Extract Powder 20% - China
Lions Mane (or Lions Mane) is an edible mushrooms. It is typically discovered in dead logs or from wounds caused by trees dying in Asia as well as North America. Because of its distinctive white, long-stemmed spines, it's referred to as "Lion's Mane" due to its resemblance to a Lion's Mane. It is a popular medicinal ingredient as a remedy in TCM practices. It was common practice to add bits of the Lions Mane mushroom to teas to improve the brain's ability and overall health. It was believed to improve concentration, memory, and concentration. Similar to Matcha, Buddhist monks used it for meditation. They noticed it helped them concentrate and also to be energized. Lions Mane is a popular Nootropics ingredient that has grown in popularity over the past 10 years. It is available in a capsule, liquid extract or powder form. It is recommended to consume 500mg to 3000mg every day with a mix of water and juice of fruit. You can also create capsules and then take as such.

Acai Berry Extract 8:1 - Brazil
Acai is also known as 'Acai'" is a form or variety of berry. It is obtainable by consuming the Acai Palm which is a kind of tree typically found in the Amazon Rainforest. Its name is an adaptation of the Tupian word ‘iwaca'i' (which is a reference to the fruit that cry' or ‘expels water’). This name is deeply embedded in Amazonian folklore. You can read more about it by clicking here. The Acai Berry was once harvested by the Amazon River People (Ribeirinhos), using an incline to ascend Acai Palm Trees as high as the height of 82 feet and cutting them down with the sharpest knife. This method is still being used by a tiny fraction of Amazonians. Acai is one of the most durable fruits due to the way it is harvested. Most commonly, in Brazilian Tribes Acai was and is a major component of their diet and their medicinal methods. Acai Palms can grow eight bunches every year, and each bunch can weigh up to 6kg. Acai Palms are an excellent source of sustainable food, especially for Amazonian native people. Acai, which has become an increasingly popular food choice in Brazil and all over the world, is called a Superfood. Acai can be consumed as an "Acai Bowl," which is a frozen and mashed version of the Acai berry. Acai Berry Extract powder contains the convenience and goodness of Acai Berry extract.

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Lemon Balm Extract Powder – The Middle East, The Mediterranean and Beyond
Lemon Balm is an herb that belongs to the mint family. It can be found most often in Southern Europe. Lemon Balm is so named because of its subtle yet strong lemony scent. It is an essential oil that was used to flavor food. However, it has been used in medicine for thousands of year. This was documented in Ancient Greece as well as Rome. It was given to patients to alleviate 'Melancholy Vapors.' Modern science has discovered that this refers to anxiety or depression. It wasn’t introduced to Europe until 7th century. It became popular during medieval times for its capability to treat anxiety, insomnia, wounds, and bad sleep. Through the years, Lemon Balm has proved to have longevity, with it still being extensively used for medicinal purposes all over the globe, with a particular focus in Central European countries such as Germany and Austria where it is available in liquid form in pharmacies. It is used as an ingredient in toothpaste, ice cream, as well as peppermint tea bags. The powdered version of Lemon Balm Extract can be mixed with water or fruit juice or, if you prefer in capsules.

In Conclusion
Here you go! Five different Ancient Supplements and 5 different continents that could add power to your usual supplementation. Who would have believed that supplements' history dates back so far. Supplements are a fundamental element of our lives for many thousands of years and are expected to be this for many years. We hope today's blog post has enabled you gain knowledge and we're looking forward to reading our next blog post!


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