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It's the inside that counts

AS men age, they rely more on their tangible possessions for confidence. The decline in their stamina leads to feeling of dullness, or simply referred to as ageing.

Ageing reversal

To disguise the effect of ageing, many rely on cosmetic sustenance like hair dye, anti-ageing skin care, trendier clothes, when in fact they should be focusing on the internal and managing the ageing process.

One of the primary causes of ageing is the change in hormone production which decreases as we age. Hence, it's important to bring these hormone levels closer to the levels found in healthy young adults, which can be done with a combination of hormone replacement therapy and exercise.

Another threat to our health is the presence of free radicals, which are unstable oxygen molecules that collide with other particles and tissues in our bodies. They look for other molecules to join with to make them more stable. Some are actually good because they help fight bacteria, inflammation and help keep your muscles toned.

However, too many free radicals attack the healthy parts of the body and could cause diseases. The secret to managing these free radicals is intake of antioxidants which can help slow down or prevent growth of cancers. These substances render free radicals harmless by giving them an electron. Rich sources of antioxidant vitamins and minerals are fruits, vegetables, and grains. Herbal remedies Herbal remedies from Mother Nature are a long renowned alternative. The preventive and curative strength of these herbs have been enjoyed since the dawn of mankind.

Suo Yang - Herba Cynomorium Songaricum

The value of Cynomorium has been revered for many centuries across many cultures. In 16th century Europe, it was known as the Maltese mushroom, though it is not a true fungus. The herb is used to tone the Yang (to help treat impotence and backache), strengthen the tendons, and nourish the blood to alleviate blood-deficiency type of constipation (which occurs often with old age). Cynomorium is known to contain anthocyanic glycosides, triterpene saponins, and lignans.

Ying Yang Huo - Herba Epimedium Samggittatum

Traditionally used for disorders of the kidneys, joints and liver, Epimedium is also used as an aphrodisiac and to combat fatigue. The herb dilates the capillaries and larger blood vessels and stimulates the sensory nerves throughout the body. Besides being a health tonic, Epimedium is also beneficial for anyone suffering from high blood pressure, lower back pain, weak or painful knees, dizziness, forgetfulness, frequent urination and irregular menstruation. It can also be found in formulas designed to aid in the recovery from sports injuries like fractures, tears and muscular spasms.

Ba Ji Tian - Radix Morinda Officinalis

Many medicinal compounds are found in Morinda including beta-sitosterol and anthraquinones. Morinda invigorates the kidneys, strengthens tendons and bones and removes wind and dampness from the body. It is used to help treat infertility, menstruation disorders, lower back and knee pains.

     
     

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