The Ayurvedic Herb That Boosted My Energy Levels 1000% 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


Embark on a journey to unlock the hidden potential of ancient herbs that can invigorate your life and boost your energy levels naturally. 

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1- Ginseng 

Ginseng is known for energy-boosting properties. Benefits: Improved physical performance, anti-fatigue, mental alertness. Human trials suggest 200–1,000 mg/day for enhanced energy, concentration, mood. 

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2- Sage 

Sage rich in luteolin, rosmarinic acid, and more. Sage essential oil improves memory, attention, and reduces mental fatigue. 

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3- Guarana 

Guarana in energy drinks for stimulating effects. Varied results, but studies show boosts in attention, alertness, memory. 300 mg in athletes reduces perceived exertion, enhances performance. 

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4- Bacopa Monnieri 

Bacopa monnieri used in Ayurvedic medicine. Benefits: Improved brain function, information processing, reaction time. Safe usage, possible side effects and interactions. 

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5- Peppermint 

Inhaling peppermint essential oil boosts energy, mood, alertness. Studies show reduced fatigue, improved memory and alertness. Caution with ingesting essential oils. 

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6- Rosemary 

Rosemary essential oil improves cognitive performance. Terpenes enter the bloodstream, affecting the brain. Studies suggest enhanced speed, accuracy, and cognitive tasks. 

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7- Rhodiola Rosea 

Rhodiola rosea improves memory, alertness, and endurance. Benefits: Reduced mental fatigue, improved mood, exercise performance. Effective for burnout, chronic fatigue. 

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8- Ashwagandha 

Ancient Ayurvedic remedy for brain function. Benefits: Improved memory, attention, cognitive tasks. Studies show cognitive enhancement, improved sleep quality. 

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9- Centella Asiatica 

Traditional use for brain function, alertness. Improved working memory, mood, physical functioning. Anxiety reduction, attention improvement. 

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10- Maca 

Maca native to Peru, prized for energy. Benefits: Enhanced energy, reduced anxiety, improved athletic performance. Positive effects on physical and social performance. 

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