Triterpenes in medicinal mushrooms promote vascular circulation and oxygenation throughout the body.
Ginsenosides in Asian and American ginseng promote adrenal and sex hormones production.
Glucosamine and chondroitin in edible pearls and deer antler velvet repair joint tissues and offer relief of minor joint discomfort.
Benefits of dietary supplements are studied and researched through biochemistry, observational supplementation, and traditional empirical uses. They work by nutrient science to increase the density of nutrients in the diet.
Spices, medicinal herbs, superfoods, botanicals they may be used as medicinal remedies because of their health supporting and promoting unique constituents.
Examples of supplement science:
Curcumin polyphenols in turmeric promote circulation into the joints for decreased joint discomfort and increased joint flexibility and regeneration.
Withanolide glycoside saponins in ashwagandha root promote brain function and improved cognition, memory, and sleep.
Glycosides in hawthorn berry, leaf and flower maintain blood circulation, promote fat and protein digestion, and support oxygenation and calmness.
Growth factors in deer antler velvet promote the repair and recovery of joint, muscle, skin and bone tissues.
Supplements are Not Drugs or Intoxicants
Dietary supplements are not the same as drugs or intoxicants. Dietary supplements are not approved to treat, cure, prevent, or manage the causes of disease that have been diagnosed, but instead they maintain, support, and promote health and wellness. Only drugs are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat, cure, prevent, and manage disease by a certified and licensed medical practitioner.