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5 Longevity Super Herbs
October 03, 2014
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Our Top 5 Longevity Herbs

Aging is a fact of life, but it doesn’t have to dramatically affect the way you look.

Incorporating a number of key herbs into your organic diet can assist in reducing or even completely removing many of the negative effects that go along with aging.

Below, we detail our top 5 herbs for anti-aging benefits.

While some people would prefer to shell out thousands to have a surgeon cut, pull, and stitch their way to a younger-looking appearance, most of us are happy with the less invasive (and, often, more effective) approach.

These herbs can not only help keep your skin vibrant and healthy, they can keep your brain and body functioning at a more youthful level as well.


The two most common forms of ginseng we see here in the west are American ginseng and Asian ginseng.

Both are known adaptogens, meaning they adapt to what the body needs, helping to regulate or normalize health and wellness.

Just a few of the possible benefits of this root are stress reduction, increased stamina, and improved mental and physical performance.

Bilberry (pictured above)

Bilberries are small blue berries that are rich in antioxidants.

According to research, these berries may prevent the early signs of aging, including wrinkles and scars.

Studies have shown they also promote healthy vision and eyes, reducing the occurrence of macular degeneration and cataracts.

Gotu Kola

This plant is native to India, China, South Africa, and Indonesia where it has reportedly been used for thousands of years.

Often drank as a tea, gotu kola reportedly can assist in wound healing, mental clarity, and varicose veins.

Some reports even say it may assist in aiding memory and be a therapy for senility.


This vibrant yellow spice commonly seen in curry has a wealth of benefits.

Among them, experts say, is the ability to potentially ward off inflammation that causes degenerative disease.

Turmeric may also reduce oxidative stress.

This means it could protect tissues from damage and could be beneficial at preventing wrinkles, scars, and other visible signs of aging.


Though technically not an herb, vitamin-D has numerous anti-aging benefits, according to scientists.

While too much sun could be responsible for premature aging, proper sun dosages and adequate vitamin-D is said to prolong cell life and reduce the signs of biological aging.

Super Tip

Digestive and Systemic Enzymes: This is one of the greatest secrets to reducing the aging process.

We run out of enzymes by the time we are 28 years old so we must supplement with them after that.

This yields tremendous anti-aging benefits.

Treat your body right and it will treat you right in return.

By including helpful herbs in your daily lifestyle, you can encourage a vibrant and long life.

Unfortunately, that's all the time we have today, so next time you're in pain, head to your kitchen.

We wish you and your family the very best in health and happiness!

Marilyn and I truly hope this information helps and you found some value in this edition!

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