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Harness the two most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic medicine to improve brain function and treat mood disorders such as anxiety or depression. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) and Brahmi (bacopa monnieri) have been used for centuries in India as part of the traditional Ayurvedic medicinal system. However, despite a long history of use, many times certain treatments fail Harness the two most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic medicine to improve brain function and treat mood disorders such as anxiety or depression. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) and Brahmi (bacopa monnieri) have been used for centuries in India as part of the traditional Ayurvedic medicinal system. However, despite a long history of use, many times certain treatments fail to replicate their benefits in modern-day clinical trials. This doesn't appear to be the case with Ashwagandha and Brahmi.Fortunately, a growing number of clinical trials are shedding light on these two powerful herbs, demonstrating effectiveness for treating a range of conditions such as - Stress & anxiety Sleep disorders Depression Premature aging caused by free radicals such as reactive oxygen species (ROS) Alzheimer's disease and other dementia-related conditions Alone, each of these herbs is powerful in its own right, however together they act in synergy to tackle the major components of brain health - mood and cognitive function.In his latest "quick guide", James Lee (author of "Brain 2.0" and "The Methuselah Project") covers all you need to know regarding these two fascinating herbal treatments, including -- What has it been shown to be effective in treating?- What has been the clinical trial results?- Are there any dangerous side-effects?- Dosing information- User reviews


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Harness the two most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic medicine to improve brain function and treat mood disorders such as anxiety or depression. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) and Brahmi (bacopa monnieri) have been used for centuries in India as part of the traditional Ayurvedic medicinal system. However, despite a long history of use, many times certain treatments fail Harness the two most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic medicine to improve brain function and treat mood disorders such as anxiety or depression. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) and Brahmi (bacopa monnieri) have been used for centuries in India as part of the traditional Ayurvedic medicinal system. However, despite a long history of use, many times certain treatments fail to replicate their benefits in modern-day clinical trials. This doesn't appear to be the case with Ashwagandha and Brahmi.Fortunately, a growing number of clinical trials are shedding light on these two powerful herbs, demonstrating effectiveness for treating a range of conditions such as - Stress & anxiety Sleep disorders Depression Premature aging caused by free radicals such as reactive oxygen species (ROS) Alzheimer's disease and other dementia-related conditions Alone, each of these herbs is powerful in its own right, however together they act in synergy to tackle the major components of brain health - mood and cognitive function.In his latest "quick guide", James Lee (author of "Brain 2.0" and "The Methuselah Project") covers all you need to know regarding these two fascinating herbal treatments, including -- What has it been shown to be effective in treating?- What has been the clinical trial results?- Are there any dangerous side-effects?- Dosing information- User reviews

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