Green Vibrance Review — Adaptogens
This is just a secondary Green Vibrance Review about one of the types of ingredients. For the full, original review, click here. One of the things we’re really impressed with about Green Vibrance is its use of adaptogens. For those of you who haven’t heard that term before, an adaptogen is a natural herbal compound that’s thought to increase the body’s ability to handle stress, anxiety, fatigue, and trauma. Though this hasn’t been scientifically proven, many of these herbs have been successfully used for many thousands of years by other cultures. This is one of the reasons why Green Vibrance got 5 out of 5 stars for completeness. They have just about everything you could ask for. Here are the three adaptogens that Green Vibrance has in its formula and what they do:
- Schizandra Berry Extract
Schizandra berry extract has a very powerful “normalizing” action. What this means is that, if you take it in the morning when you’re just waking up, it will wake up your mind and give you a boost of vitality. Conversely, if you take it in the evening or at night, it will have a calming, soothing effect, and will help stave away things like stress and anxiety. Schizandra berry extract was first discovered in China around 2000 years ago, and has been used since for its powerful effects.
- Eleutherococcus Senticosus Root Extract
Eleutherococcus senticosus root extract is more commonly known as Siberian Ginseng. Most people have heard of ginseng before, of its vitalizing action on the body, boosting energy levels and cognizance. This particular form of ginseng also contains polysaccharides which help boost the immune system. Ginseng as well has been used for many thousands of years, primarily for its vitality boost, but also because it generally promotes whole body wellness.
- Suma Root Extract
Suma root extract is also known as Brazilian Ginseng. It has similar properties to Siberian Ginseng but is more nutritious. Instead of supporting the immune system, Brazilian Ginseng has 19 of the amino acids the body needs. That’s very high from a non-meat source. It also contains a wide variety of vitamins and minerals. The primary function of ginseng though is to boost vitality and physical performance, and provide clarity of thought.