“Adaptogens” is becoming a buzzword in the wellness community. It describes a class of herbs that help our bodies adapt to physical, environmental, and emotional stress. Some of these herbs have been studied by scientists since the 1940s.
The Complete Guide to Adaptogens
I’ve personally used adaptogens as teas and extracts for almost a decade. Included in this group of herbs are some of my favorites- herbs like tulsi, schisandra, eleuthero, and rhodiola. Eventually, though, I thought it would be fun to explore other ways to incorporate adaptogens into my wellness routines.
As it turns out, they are so versatile and work wonderfully in so many types of recipes! In fact, I even wrote a recipe book about how to use them. It’s called the Complete Guide to Adaptogens. My book has become so popular that it went from paperback to hardback, and has even been translated into German and will be coming soon in Spanish.
Inside, you’ll find recipes for teas, elixirs, and adaptogen-infused snacks. The Complete Guide to Adaptogens is available on Amazon, through Barnes and Noble, and even at your favorite local bookshop.
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You’ll also find even more adaptogen recipes here on Teacup Alchemy. I hope you will browse through some of the articles and find a few new ideas to enjoy.
If you enjoy herbal DIY projects and herb gardening, you might also enjoy my other website, The Independent Herbalist. Indie Herbalist was founded in 2011 and is a popular resource for home herbalists.
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog! I hope you will enjoy learning about adaptogens and the potential benefits these herbal allies have to offer.
I’m an herbalist and author from Atlanta, Georgia. Thanks for visiting my blog! My popular herbal recipe book is full of creative ideas for supporting wellness with adaptogens like rhodiola, holy basil, and ashwagandha. It’s available for purchase through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or by request at your favorite local book shop!Follow along on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram!
A freelance writer and herbalist since 2011, Agatha is dedicated to creating an online reader and listener supported platform supporting her work as an herbalist. Her focus in herbalism includes sustainable agriculture, community wellness and accessibility, and botanical conservation.