Jiaogulan (“jow-goo-lan”), Gynostemma pentaphyllum, is known as a native to S. W. China, known for the longevity of its inhabitants where it is known as the “Herb of Immortality” taken in the morning to provide energy and after work to relive fatigue.
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- Jiaogulan maintains vital functions
- Increases endurance
- provides resistance to injurious stimuli
- Promotes individual core health with strong potential for prevention
- Increases your energy
- If your blood sugar level is low jiaogulan will raise it
- Should you require energy, it increases your energy
- strengthens the body’s ability to produce the enzymes specific to
catalyze the synthesis of its own endogenous antioxidants.
- Contains Vitamins B1, B2 selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron and phosphorous
- strong anti-oxidant
- proteins and amino acids: lysine, phenylalanine, arginine, gluthamic acid, gluthamine,
aspartic acid and isoleucine.
- Jiaogulan became known to the West when Chinese athletes used it as a secret weapon in their pursuit of Olympic metals.
- Modern science has confirmed that Jiaogulan increases oxygen utilization and assists efficient cardiac function.
- An energizing herb that combats fatigue, increases vitality and endurance, speeds recovery, heightens mental alertness and enhances longevity.
- Increases the body’s natural abilities to respond to all kinds of internal and external stress.
- Jiaogulan grows best in stressful high-altitude conditions: high winds, hot days, cold nights, and extreme rains during rainy season and drought conditions during dry season. This high level of adaptability is part of jiaogulan’s genetic code. What jiaogulan does for you when it enters your body is a remarkable reflection of how it survives and prospers in the wild.
- Intelligently responds to balance our physiology by raising and/or lowering given conditions until they fall into normal parameters. This “bi-directional” balancing activity (unknown in allopathic medicine) produces measurable results which cannot be explained by chemistry alone.
- Jiaogulan responds to intercellular messages that indicate the location and nature of an imbalance and in which direction and what degree an adjustment is required to normalize the condition. Jiaogulan responds to direct the body to normalize its own functions.
- Jiaogulan leaves contain well balanced proportions of selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron and phosphorous. Vitamins B1, B2, carotene join the broad spectrum of proteins and amino acids.
Jiaogulan (like other adaptogens) is “bi-directional.” Should you require energy, it increases your energy, but if you are overactive it will calm your nerves. If your blood sugar level is low jiaogulan will raise it, but if too high it will lower the level. Jiaogulan works on what’s given and different for each person to adjust and strengthen the body sequentially while maintaining overall balance.
HOMEOSTASIS: With 120 saponins, jiaogulan is truly the “Saponin King” of the plant kingdom. Saponins are complex molecules that modulate and balance our physiology. Jiaogulan contains the broadest range of saponins (ginsing has 32 saponins and astralagus root has 24). The Thai concept of “The Wisdom of Equilibrium” identifies balance as the key to good health. In balance, your well-being and natural healing abilities are at their highest natural level.
Each of these saponins have been isolated, numbered and subjected to intense scientific investigation.
Science is validating the specific compounds (ie: saponin gypenoside # 49 which contributes to
longevity) that balance your physiology by their regulatory effects on blood pressure, blood sugar levels, immune system, nervous system etc.
ADAPTOGEN: The ability to adapt is a defining condition of life. Nothing could be more central to our existence and survival. Adaptogens are a precious category of herbs that increase the body’s natural abilities to respond to stress. They transform stressful circumstances into catalysts to adapt.
Jiaogulan works on what’s given and different for each person to adjust and strengthen the body sequentially while maintaining overall balance.
A well-balanced physiology has a normalizing effect on our entire bio-physical condition. Through normalizing the balance of the central nervous system, neuro-endocrine regulation, immune system, and cardiac health jiaogulan helps to balance our entire physiology via multiple metabolic pathways.
ANTIOXIDANT: Jiaogulan strengthens the body’s ability to produce the enzymes specific to
catalyze the synthesis of its own endogenous antioxidants. Your body synthesizes the enzymes
superoxide dismutase (SOD) and gluthathione. These antioxidants are part of your natural defense
system but as you age your ability to produce these enzymes decreases and you may need the extra help that jiaogulan can provide.
NUTRITIONAL VALUE: Jiaogulan contains minerals and vitamins that are part of its adaptogenic response. These should not be overlooked by taking an extract alone. Jiaogulan leaves and young green stems contain well-balanced proportions of selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron and phosphorous. Vitamins B1, B2, carotene join the broad spectrum of strong anti-oxidant compounds as well as proteins and amino acids: lysine, phenylalanine, arginine, gluthamic acid, gluthamine,
aspartic acid and isoleucine.
Jiaogulan grows best in its primal growing conditions high in the mountains where environmental conditions are extreme: hot days and cold nights, strong winds, excessive seasonal rains alternating with dry season. It thrives on stressful conditions and adapts to these extremes to survive. This ability to adapt to stress is inherent in jiaogulan’s genetic code. What jiaogulan does for itself is reflected in its healing properties .
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