5 Ayurvedic Herbs That Increase Stamina

Published Date: 8/7/2021 7:21:56 AM

Stamina is the strength and energy that allow you to sustain physical or mental effort for long periods of time. Increasing your stamina helps you endure discomfort or stress when you’re doing an activity. It also reduces fatigue and exhaustion. Having high stamina allows you to perform your daily activities at a higher level while using less energy.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

"Ashwagandha" is a medicinal herb, acts as an adaptogen that reduces stress, boosts brain function, lowers blood sugar, builds muscle mass, balances cortisol levels, improves sleep, increases male fertility, and reduces anxiety and depression. Ashwagandha is a shrub that grows in India and North Africa and is also called "Indian Ginseng" and "Winter cherry". Ashwagandha is a  combination of the Sanskrit words "Ashva", meaning horse, and "Gandha", meaning smell. This not only refers to the smell of the root but also alludes to the aphrodisiac properties of the root extract, similar to the strength of a horse. It is one of the most revered ayurvedic herbs and tonic.


Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri)

"Brahmi", in Ayurveda, is called brain tonic and is known for curing digestion problems. It also improves blood circulation, further supporting the body's natural healing process. Brahmi is incredibly sattvic in nature and is renowned for its ability to support the nervous system and the mind. Brahmi supports calming sleep and helps improve concentration and alertness. Brahmi also cures digestion problems. Brahmi encourages deep sleep rejuvenating the nervous system. Brahmi eases the motions. It helps in boosting brain strength, increases lifespan, acts as "Rasayana", maintains vocal cords. Along with this, it also increases concentration, helps in skin and blood disorders. Brahmi is also helpful in jaundice, diabetes, cough, swelling, and fever. Moreover acts as an antidote.


Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus)

"Shatavari" Supplements are used to reduce sexual problems of males, helps the nourishment of female reproductive organs, supports rejuvenation, promote energy & vitality. It is particularly amazing for your reproductive health, increasing fertility, enhancing libido, and helping to ease menopause symptoms. It prevents physical and emotional stress. Full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, Shatavari is an amazing plant to include in human life.


Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)

"Tulsi" is used for its medicinal purposes, due to its anti-infective properties and its use in respiratory tract infections like cough, cold, sore throat, asthma etc. It helps remove excess kapha from lungs. This natural stimulant energizes our body, increases circulation, and has been proven to be beneficial in skin diseases and ulcers. Fresh tulsi juice taken twice a day may help to boost health. Adding a few drops of ginger and honey to tulsi juice may help further improve immunity.


Amla (Emblica officinalis)

"Amla" is perhaps one of the richest sources of vitamin C and is perfect for the overall immunity, as it can rejuvenate and revitalise the body systems. Amla is cooling in nature and can help remove excess body heat, thus often recommended in pitta conditions. It is also helpful in in afflictions of the gastro-intestinal tract. Amla is also believed to stimulate regeneration of red blood cells and help improve haemoglobin content in body. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it can help soothe joint pains.  Amla is often used in powder form but is also available as tablets or liquid extracts. It is best to consume amla in raw form. Amla powder can be consumed by mixing with honey, twice a day. Chyawanprash is a well-known Ayurvedic formulation that can be taken to reduce mental and physical fatigue and boost immunity also contains amla.


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