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2 Super-Herbs that Restore Energy, Focus, and Vitality

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

December 15, 2017

  • Living in the modern-world with a caveman’s coping mechanism
  • Is your flight-or-fight response keeping you in an exhausted state?
  • My secret weapon for relaxed and alert energy all day long

Ever have those times when you feel exhausted, but still can’t rest? It’s an epidemic today.

People feel both “tired and wired” at the same time. They drag during the day, but then can’t sleep well at night. They need caffeine and sugar to keep them going during the day and then need something to help them sleep at night.

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New research supported by the National Institutes of Health revealed a chemical flaw in this near-miraculous nutrient. Human studies show we just can't absorb it. No matter how much you take...you may as well be flushing it down the toilet!

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  • 400% BETTER absorbed than resveratrol
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  • Switches on "life extension" genes
  • It could even make you smarter!

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I have an expression for this. I call it “Living with full-time stress on a caveman’s coping mechanism.”

You see, whenever you feel threatened, your body goes into a “fight or flight” response. Continue reading