People have been looking here and there for the right foods or formulas that can help restore or boost their energy. Well, here’s a little secret that I’m going to tell you…
Seaweeds and sea plants are secret – yet effective energy restorers that have the natural power to give nourishment to the human immune, nervous and hormonal systems.
A number of researches have shown that eating sea plants has a therapeutic effect because of their very high mineral content. The research further stated that the electrolytic magnetic action of the sea plants facilitates the release of excess body fluids as well as it dissolves the fatty wastes rejected by the body through the skin. These are then replaced with potassium and iodine, the minerals that marine plants are known for.
Sea plants are also known for their detoxifying effect, high nutritional content and healing qualities. They are available in good grocery and health food stores. They are easy to prepare and you can eat them just like any other green vegetable in your kitchen.
Root Tinctures are Energizers Too
Tinctures are alcohol-based plant medicines.
You can actually thwart that tired feeling and summon your energy by including 10 to 20 drops of root tinctures in your meals. Root tinctures are made from roots of yellow dock, dandelion, ginseng and Siberian ginseng.
These are usually contained in small glass bottles which are sold in most health food stores or herb shops. Eye droppers are also supplied with each bottle to allow you to determine the quantity you want to add to your food by the number of drops, as tinctures taste strong in the mouth you might not be able to withstand its taste if you put in too much at one time.
Tired Blood Needs Iron
Iron deficiency is one of the causes of tired feeling. Some of its manifestations include being cold, getting lightheaded especially when you stand up, or getting simply tired for no apparent reason.
The way to compensate for the lack of iron in your body is to take iron supplement once a day. As an alternative, you can also take a dropperful of yellow dock tincture or a spoonful of molasses several times a day.
But it would be best to consult a medical professional for advice, just to be sure about the indications and to correctly approach the problem.