Asian Adaptogenic Herb:
What It Can Do For You
Although Dr. Israel Brekhman discovered
the adaptogenic herb in remote jungle and mountainous areas of Russia,
the adaptogenic herb can also be found in numerous locations throughout
the world. Russia, Scandinavia, Iran, Afghanistan and many other
lands have a type of adaptogenic herb growing in their backyard.
The Asian adaptogenic herb is also quite common.
The adaptogenic herb is thought to help a person cope with
feelings of anxiety, stress, and fatigue. There is a variety of the Asian adaptogenic herb used throughout
the world, including:
Although there are specific regions known
to be especially abundant, the adaptogenic herb is not something
that can be found solely in one part of the world. Many cultures
have used these to alleviate symptoms of numerous ailments for centuries,
and they’ll likely continue to in the future.
- Codonopsis—this Asian adaptogenic herb
is native to Northeast Asia and Korea. This shrub can grow to
be up to 10 feet tall. These have been used in traditional Chinese
medicine for centuries.
- Eleutherococcus—this Asian adaptogenic
herb is a native of East Asia, China and Japan as well as Russia.
- Glycyrrhiza Uralensis—another Asian
adaptogenic herb, its root has been used in China for nourishment.
This adaptogenic herb can be found blooming from June through
August in Central Asia, as well as Iran, Western Russia, and
- Rhodiola Rosea—can be found growing
in the coldest areas on earth. You can find this Asian adaptogenic
herb in locations like the mountains of Central Asia, the Alps,
the Arctic and more.
- Schizandra Chinensis—this adaptogenic
herb is a native of Eastern Asia, and it is commonly known as
the Magnolia Vine.