[Got Healing Adaptogens?] Danielle Ryan Broida, Co-Author of Healing Adaptogens: The Definitive Guide to Using Super Herbs and Mushrooms for Your Body’s Restoration, Defense, and Performance, provides a comprehensive overview of 21 key adaptogenic medicinal herbs and mushrooms in this special podcast episode. In this interview, you’ll hear about the key health and wellness attributes of: Chaga, Eleuthero, Turkey Tail, Turmeric, Goji, Schisandra, Acerola, Ginseng, Cordyceps, Maca, Lion’s Mane, Mucuna, Gotu Kola, Rhodiola, Ashwagandha, Reishi, Tulsi, Cacao, Gynostemma, Moringa, and Astragalus.*
About Healing Adaptogens
This amazing book, co-authored with Four Sigmatic Founder and CEO Tero Isokauppila, provides one of the most concise and accessible resources available to better understand the “defense, performance, and restorative” characteristics* of these twenty-one adaptogens that have been utilized for thousands of years in folk and indigenous cultural traditions world-wide. With antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, digestion-aiding, endurance-enhancing, energy-boosting, neurotropic, neurobiochemistry enhancing, cognitive-boosting, restorative, nutrient-dense, immune-boosting, stress-mitigating, sleep-enhancing, mood-balancing, gut health promoting, beneficial microbiome enhancing, hormonal-balancing, and libido-enhancing effects, these adaptogens are utilize by millions of people world-wide, and are being studied throughout the global scientific community for their myriad benefits on overall impacts on health, wellness, performance, longevity, and quality of life.*
*These statements are of an educational and cultural anthropological nature and have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Moreover, these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your physician for guidance on the appropriate use of these adaptogens. Although the United States FDA has been in existence for mere decades, humanity’s use of the treasure trove of ethnopharmacological abundance found on planet Earth dates back thousands of years, and, many believe, has been essential to humanity’s health, wellbeing, and evolution since time immemorial. Some people consider the systematic obfuscation of traditional herbal and mycological medicinal knowledge to be a form of cultural genocide, and to be an instrument of economic and political exploitation, not to mention the recent abuses by “Big Pharma” that have come to light through myriad criminal and civil legal proceedings, individual and class-action litigation, and critical investigative journalism.
About Danielle Ryan Broida
Danielle Ryan Broida is the co-author of Healing Adaptogens. She is a Registered Herbalist (AHG – American Herbalists Guild), Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Instructor of Mycology, and National Educator for Four Sigmatic. After receiving her degree in Environmental Studies and Philosophy from Whitman College, she studied Ayurveda in India became a Certified Yoga Instructor on the banks of the Ganges River and opened a private practice specializing in functional mushroom-based treatment for individuals with autoimmune conditions and chronic illness. Danielle has found her calling as an Instructor of Mycology at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism, and as Head of Education at Four Sigmatic. She brings her passion and expertise in herbal medicine, clinical practice, teaching, formulation, and her deep love for fungi, to the Everyday Magic® of Four Sigmatic.
Get a 20% discount on orders over $60 at foursigmatic.com using code: YONEARTH, and partial proceeds will be donated to the Y on Earth Community.
foursigmatic.com (Use code: YONEARTH for 20% discount on orders over $60)
LIKE/FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK, INSTA, TWITTER, AND LINKEDIN!!!
You Tube: Y on Earth Community
Facebook: Y on Earth World
Instagram: Y on Earth Community
LinkedIn: Y on Earth Community
Twitter: Y on Earth World