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Overview of natural adaptogenes

The definition of an adaptogen is the ideal to which a real pharmacist is more or less approaching. Those that meet all of its requirements can be labeled adaptogens. Toxic and unilateral agents are not adaptive. Nor does it meet the definition of an adaptogen of a substance with too narrow or even no effect. Classical adaptogens were scientifically described in the pioneer times of the mid-20th century. Many other herbs and medicines can be considered adaptogens. However, it does not apply that all non-toxic drugs are adapted. Where I'm not a drug addict, I prefer the ad-hoc term "miraculous herb". Their roughly incomplete list can be found at the bottom of this page.

Classical adaptogens

Classical adaptogens were described in the 1950s and 1960s as plants, allowing the body to endure more stress in a generalized sense. Adaptation-enhancing plants. Emphasis was placed on their influence on the so-called generalized adaptation syndrome (stress response), where the prefix adapts . These herbs are often incorrectly labeled "ginseng" , indicating that they are adaptogens. So we have Siberian ginseng (eleuterokok), Indian ginseng (aasvaganda), Peruvian ginseng (maka) and other "ginseng", which are not related to Panax . You can find the most classic on the following list, which is also worth mentioning as an asterisk ( ) .

In popular belief, adaptogens have often been known as panellists. The word Panax also means "all". But that does not mean that "adaptogen" is a well-known term for a cure. The category of adaptogens offers a way to evaluate those substances that do not fit the Paracelsus look at the drug. Among the natural adaptogens, we can find a lot of plants that suppress pain and inflammation . They have, of course, gained the reputation of "a cure for all pain", that is, all-pervasive. In addition, the ginseng improves erection and relieves the so-called "breast disorders" ( heart disease ) over nitric oxide, so many satisfied patients did not know it. But the adaptogen is not all-around alcohol (all the wounds heal), the analgetic opium (Paracels laudanum ), nor the analgetic cure for cocaine (Freud's favorite), or the miraculous mistletoe (the druid!), The miraculous mandragor (Harry Potter's favorite pompon Sprout) miraculous Spanish flies (erections!) and similar miracles. Adaptogens are not panacea, they are drugs that increase the body's adaptive range. With the adaptogen category, wonders, panacea, superbylings, and exuberance can be excluded from professional vocabulary.

Fungal adaptogens

The convicted mushroom candidates for adaptogens are scarce. But at least glossy glossy, model healing sponge , belongs among them. A strong candidate is also a sloping skeleton, known as the fabled Russian sponge crap.

Other potential adaptogens

Like the list of drugs, the list of adaptogens is open, so you can add more items to it. However, the adaptogen label should not be used without good reason. Additionally, nutrients and common substances such as starch, glucose, sucrose, etc. can not be added to adaptogens (For comparison, sugar has long been considered a drug and sold in a drugstore.) Discussion of potential med adaptants, chitosan, vitamins, agar, combo, etc. should always take place in a specific context. In the general context, the adaptogen label is reserved for heavily herbaceous herbs and those substances that significantly extend the adaptation range. It is not essential if these substances are natural or synthetic. However, natural substances are easier to satisfy the requirement of harmlessness (evolutionary reasons are obvious, for mechanical reasons see BCRP, Pgp and MRP transporters and hepatic UGT detoxicator, ie several dozen proteins representing inborn knowledge of botanical botany of the monkey's own). For each of these plants / substances, I suggest the reason for inclusion among potential adaptogens.

  • African Aframon ( Aframomum melegueta ) - a miraculous herb and family
  • Aloe vera - a popular, extensive research background
  • basil lichen ( Ocimum basilicum ) - sacred family, taste, Italy
  • Indian Pergularia ( Pergularia daemia ) - miraculous herb
  • Pinus pinaster - a popular, extensive research facility, Pyknogenol®
  • cranberry blueberry ( Vaccinium myrtillus ) - supercoat
  • onion kitchen ( Allium cepa ) - popularity, taste, healing
  • chicory ( Cichorium intybus ) - miraculous drug, super-green
  • kitchen garlic ( Allium sativum ) - super vegetable, taste, popularity
  • garlic bears ( Allium ursinum ) - like garlic, just better?
  • Angelica sinensis - the so-called female ginseng
  • Cornus mas - superhound, taste, research ( Dinda2016cmc )
  • Eurycoma longifolia - the so-called Malaysian ginseng
  • Pfaffia paniculata - the so-called Brazilian ginseng
  • fennel ( Foeniculum vulgare ) - popular, miraculous
  • Gynostemma pentaphyllum ( Gynostemma pentaphyllum ) - also a five-lined ginseng
  • Scorpionera hispanica - medicine, super-vegetable
  • oyster mushroom ( Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq. ex Fr.) Kumm.) - miracle sponge
  • Cordyceps sinensis - a popular, miraculous drug TČM
  • Persea americana , avocado - supercoce
  • Asparagus racemosus - a miraculous herb TČM
  • Asparagus officinalis - a miraculous herb, super-green
  • Ascendant Asparagus ( Asparagus adscendens ) - miracle plant TČM
  • Yellow-tailed Tit ( Smallanthus sonchifolius ) - As a topinambur
  • Hepatica nobilis - a miraculous herb
  • Ginkgo biloba - a miraculous herb, nootropic?
  • Callisia fragrans - also home-made ginseng
  • Carnation of Königova ( Murraya koenigii , also Berger koenigii ), curry leaf - miraculous Indian spice
  • nettle nettle ( Urtica dioica ) - miraculous herb, super-green
  • Tribulus terrestris - also domestic ginseng
  • Curcuma longa - a miraculous herb, a miraculous family (ginger)
  • yeast beer ( Sacharomyces cerevisiae ) - popular, nutritious, underestimated?
  • Black Eel ( Solanum nigrum ) - a miraculous family, despite the superstitions of the fruit seemingly non-edible
  • Greater burdock ( Arctium lappa ) - despite the reputation of medicinal and super-vegetable
  • Lotus Indian ( Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn.) - a popular, very miraculous plant
  • marjoram ( Origanum vulgare ) - miracle medicine and spice
  • Origanum Majorana - a miraculous drug and spice
  • Mangostana ( Garcinia mangostana ) - superhuman
  • Pomegranate marigold ( Pfaffia paniculata ) - propagated, antioxidant
  • Mauritia flexuosa - South American food palm
  • Medallion ( Melissa officinalis ) - a popular, miraculous family
  • Bear ( Arctostaphylos uva-ursi ) - a miraculous plant, supercoola?
  • Andrographis paniculata - miraculous hepatoprotective plant TČM
  • Moose Jewish cherry ( Physalis alkekengi ) - miraculous fruits similar to the sculpture and vitans
  • Momordica charantia - miraculous vegetables
  • ( Oplopanax horridus ) - so-called Alaskan ginseng
  • Passionflower ( Passiflora incarnata ), maracuja - miraculous, supercoiled
  • European Olive ( Olea europaea ) - popular, miraculous plant, taste, research background
  • Inula helenium - medicine, super-vegetable
  • Opuntia ficus-indica - supercoce
  • Silybum marianum - miraculous herb
  • Trametes versicolor - a miraculous (?) anticancer fungus
  • Antrodia camphorata - miraculous anticancer fungi
  • nitric oxide - a popular therapeutic gas, an adaptogen?
  • capsicum annuum does not burn - super green, a miraculous family
  • Codonopsis pilosula - TČM indication as ginseng
  • Perilla frutescens super-green, a miraculous family
  • Greek hay feeder ( Trigonella foenum-graecum ) - miraculous drug
  • Chinese peony ( Paeonia lactiflora ) - miracle plant TČM
  • Paeonia suffruticosa , " cortex moutan " ( herba et radix ) - miracle plant TČM
  • Carlina acaulis - popular, according to puppy Bieberstein's model
  • Acorus calamus - a madly aromatic drug
  • tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) - a miraculous plant and a family
  • Hippophae rhamnoides - popular miraculous fruit
  • Vine kelumgensis - miraculous genus, Taiwanese species
  • Vitis flexuosa - a miraculous genus, a Taiwanese species
  • Thunberg's vine ( Vitis sinocinerea ) - a miraculous genus, a Taiwanese species
  • Grapevines ( Vitis vinifera ) - popular, miraculous, resveratrol, French paradox
  • Rosmarinus officinalis - miracle spice
  • blackcurrant ( Ribes nigrum ) - supercoil, drug (leaves, root ...)
  • Peruvian cress ( Lepidium meyenii ) - so-called Peruvian ginseng
  • sildenafil (Viagra) - according to the pattern of nitric oxide
  • Common Taram ( Taraxacum officinale ) - medicine, super-green
  • Mongolian Cream ( Taraxacum mongolicum )
  • Smile Italian ( Helichrysum italicum ) - Miraculous Italian spice
  • ( Helichrysum arenarium ) - a miraculous drug of the Czech Republic
  • Dioscorea polystachya , the so-called Japanese mountain jam - super-green
  • red sage ( Salvia miltiorrhiza ) - miracle sage TČM
  • Salvia officinalis - the miracle sage of our pharmacopoeia
  • Scutellaria barbata - according to the pattern of Baikal Shihak
  • Cistanche deserticola - desert ginseng
  • Zingiber officinale - popular, miraculous, extensive scientific background
  • Azadirachta indica - miraculous, antibacterial nimbus oil

It is more about the topic of discussion than the authoritative list. From another point of view, it is a matter of ingenuity and vehement, with which the herbalists promote their favorite herbs, vegetables and fruits, thereby enforcing the assessment of their adaptive qualities. I place here the most feared superbylins, superpowers and supercoils (instead of the superordinate prefix, I use the adjective miraculous ). Furthermore, all herbalists call "ginseng". The list is complemented by plants that taste the taste (garlic, onion, avocado ...), a miraculous family (mochyne, black aubergine, boarless pumpkin, sage, basil), exceptional (gin, avocado, asparagus) Healing is an argument because, although our evolution is slow, especially important plants (garlic ...), we have already learned to prefer to taste. Garnet, grapefruit, and grapes (whether sweet or sour) are here because this newly introduced antioxidant fruit can also be considered as a potential adaptogen.

Unmatched miraculous herbs

Here I am going to name the miraculous herbs I'm either not sure about being a little bit poisonous, or I do not know if they are heavily healing, or I did not rank them on the list of potential adapters simply because it was not too long. Do not be discouraged by the adjective "miraculous." I use it deliberately. Each plant is miraculous for its satisfied customer. And I prefer to say miraculous herb, miraculous fruit, miraculous vegetables instead of fashionable expressions superbylina, supercoce, superzelenina ...

  • Pink Albish ( Albizia julibrissin )
  • Cardinal Artichoke ( Cynara cardunculus ) - super herbs, medicine
  • aspirin - some recommend daily consumption, but it's not an adaptogen
  • Atractylodes macrocephala
  • herbaceous herb ( Gossypium herbaceum )
  • Benedict medical ( Cnicus benedictus )
  • Black-billed Beetle ( Peumus boldus )
  • Pinus mugo - popular, according to the pattern of seaborne pine
  • pine pine ( Pinus pinea ) - superpot
  • Flower Bouillon ( Platycodon grandiflorus )
  • potato ( Solanum tuberosum ) - super green, ask the Irish
  • brucea java ( Brucea javanica ) - macassar oil, also galla rhois used in TČM
  • cranberry cranberry ( Vaccinium vitis-idaea )
  • Cranberry ( Vaccinium gaulteriifolium )
  • heartbeat ( Leonurus cardiaca )
  • Cecropia obtusifolia ( Cecropia obtusifolia )
  • Solidago virgaurea ( Solidago virgaurea )
  • Ziziphus jujuba - miraculous fruits and medicine, availability: cicimek na ariadne.cz
  • Cistus laurifolius
  • Blackfinch ( Prunella vulgaris )
  • black-tailed ( Nigella sativa )
  • medical cleanser ( Stachys officinalis )
  • Dalbergia odorifera - fragrant tree of a miraculous legume family
  • Corydalis saxicola
  • fig tree ( Ficus carica ) - miraculous plant, supercoat
  • Large Algae ( Alpinia galanga ) - Miraculous spice, miraculous family
  • Algae ( Alpinia officinarum ) - miraculous spice, miraculous family
  • ( Alpinia zerumbet ) - see eg here
  • gardenia jasmine ( Gardenia jasminoides )
  • Eucalyptus vulgaris ( Eucommia ulmoides )
  • Chamomile ( Matricaria chamomilla )
  • Gentiana scabra ( Gentiana scabra )
  • Yellow Gentian ( Gentiana lutea )
  • Kutki ( Picrorhiza kurroa )
  • Thunberg Pear ( Machilus thunbergii )
  • Creeping Creeper ( Syzygium aromaticum )
  • Black-headed Creeper ( Syzygium cumini )
  • Chestnut Chestnut ( Tinospora cordifolia )
  • Grapefruit ( Artocarpus heterophyllus )
  • Humpback Hop ( Humulus lupulus )
  • Saussurea costus - miraculous in TČM, threatened
  • Southern Hibiscus ( Hibiscus sabdariffa )
  • Common Marigold ( Marrubium vulgare )
  • Forest apple tree ( Malus sylvestris ) - weed rule
  • Sievers' Apple Tree ( Malus sieversii ) - weed rule
  • Apricot Macaw ( Malus angustifolia ) - American supercoat
  • Saphora flavescens - hepatoprotective oxymatrin, question of harmlessness
  • Gesture ( Galega officinalis )
  • Chinese Saura ( Saururus chinensis )
  • Plantain lanceolate ( Plantago lanceolata )
  • Asian Plantain ( Plantago asiatica )
  • Caralluma Sinai ( Caralluma sinaica ), Miracle Succulent
  • Common Cardamom ( Amomum cardamomum , more recently Elettaria cardamomum )
  • Cassia fistula - a respected Asian drug
  • cassia roxburgh ( Cassia roxburghii )
  • Chaenomeles speciosa - TČM, antidepressant
  • cranberry ( Vaccinium oxycoccos )
  • Polygonatum odoratum - polygonati rhizoma
  • Cornice ( Buddleja officinalis )
  • Amur Cork ( Phellodendron amurense )
  • Coriander Coriander ( Coriandrum sativum ) - Asian popular
  • Astragalus membranatus - miraculous herb TČM
  • Pussycatcher ( Valeriana officinalis )
  • purple ( Tephrosia purpurea )
  • Swallowtail ( Swertia chirayita ) - miraculous herb of Ayurveda
  • croton lechleri ( Croton lechleri )
  • corn seeds ( Zea mays ) - the harvested drug is maize hair, zeae maydis stigma
  • Common Creeper ( Careya arborea ) - Indian healing tree
  • Japanese kumkvat ( Citrus japonica ) - super curative minicitrus
  • scaly bottle ( Annona squamosa ) - supercoat
  • Larea tridentata ( Larrea tridentata )
  • water lily ( Nymphaea stellata )
  • Lavender ( Lavandula officinalis )
  • lindera aromatic ( Lindera benzoin )
  • mangostana bitter ( Garcinia round ), "bitter wheels" - African miracle
  • Indian Mangifera ( Mangifera indica ) - supercoil, medicine?
  • Chinese mint ( Mentha haplocalyx )
  • peppermint ( Mentha piperita )
  • Japanese apricot ( Prunus mume )
  • Marigold ( Calendula officinalis )
  • Moringa oleifera ( Moringa oleifera )
  • Black mulberry ( Morus nigra ) - supercoil, medicine
  • coriaceae ( Rubia cordifolia )
  • Indian Shrew ( Abutilon indicum )
  • Oval ( Amelancher ovalis )
  • Phaleenopsis amabilis
  • Sapindus mukorrosi ( Sapindus mukorrosi )
  • misconception white ( Eclipta alba )
  • Ceylon Lead ( Plumbago zeylanica )
  • Aubergine ( Aegle marmelos )
  • Pogostemon cablin - a miraculous herb and family
  • Egyptian Vagrant ( Egletes viscosa )
  • paprika ( Carica papaya )
  • Sparrow beetle (Turnera diffusa )
  • Pimenta dioica ( Pimenta dioica )
  • Pinelia ternata ( Pinellia ternata )
  • Pickering Clematis ( Clematis pickeringii )
  • Cimicifuga foetida
  • Pollarea michuacana ( Pollardia michuacana )
  • Chinese progenitor ( Bupleurum chinense , more recently B. scorzoneraefolium )
  • Mushroom Prose ( Abelmoschus moschatus )
  • Smilax aristolochiifolia Mill. - or sarsaparila is often used in beverages
  • Middle-breasted Stem ( Stellaria media ) - Medication, Reducing Diet?
  • Pueraria lobata ( pueraria lobata ), kuzu
  • ( Lagerstroemia speciosa )
  • Boarhavia diffusa ( Boerhavia diffusa )
  • Perennial Pheasant ( Oenothera biennis )
  • Asian umbrella ( Centella asiatica ), "gotu kola"
  • Archery ( Acorus calamus )
  • Elytrigia repens - a traditional medicinal plant
  • ( Polygonum multiflorum , more recently Fallopia multiflora ) - "anti aging"
  • Rehmannia glutinosa ( Rehmannia glutinosa )
  • Morinda citrifolia - Survivor
  • Veronica officinalis - a major drug
  • Rosa canina - supercoace
  • Common yarrow ( Achillea millefolium ) - a miraculous plant
  • Unkaria gambir - a miraculous plant
  • Uncaria tomentosa - a miraculous plant
  • Agrimonia eupatoria - an important medicine
  • Lepidium sativum - super-green, also according to the Peruvian cress
  • Anemarrhena asphodeloides - An important drug
  • Japanese Sedge ( Ophiopogon japonicus ) - Traditional for heart problems
  • senna tupolista ( Senna obtusifolia ) - an important drug
  • Indian sesame ( Sesamum indicum ) - superpowder
  • Chinese Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum cassia , Cinnamomum aromaticum )
  • Madagascar ( Flacourtia indica )
  • Carthamus tinctorius
  • Tortoiseshell ( Tournefortia hartwegiana )
  • synergy sweet ( Synsepalum dulcificum ), miracle fruit - miraculin changes the sour taste of sweet
  • Coccinia grandis - significant in TČM
  • Magnolia officinalis - Significant in TČM
  • Emerald flower ( Epimedium grandiflorum )
  • Epimedium sagittatum
  • Oroxylum indicum - see, for example, Dinda2015oik
  • Smell Sour ( Phyllanthus acidus )
  • smell bitter ( Phyllanthus amarus )
  • Phyllanthus emblica
  • smut niruri ( Phyllanthus niruri ), the so-called chanca piedra
  • Cardiospermum halicacabum
  • Stevia rebaudiana ( Stevia rebaudiana )
  • Desmodium styracifolium , guang jing qian cao
  • Crocus sativus - Commonly available: Google cz
  • Salvia divinorum - an unusual way of the sage of Indian shamans
  • sage white ( Salvia apiana ) - the miracle sage of Indian shamans
  • Tufted Duck ( Rhus coriaria )
  • tomato alfalfa ( Medicago sativa ) - miraculous crop and sprouts (alfalfa)
  • Big Dipper ( Baccaurea macrocarpa ) - Supercoce
  • St John's wort ( Hypericum perforatum )
  • ( Prunus spinosa ) - weed rule
  • Ortosiphon stamineus ( Ortosiphon stamineus )
  • tartar ( Talinum paniculatum )
  • Three-leaf Vujta ( Menyanthes trifoliata )
  • ( Wedelia callendulacea , more recently Sphagneticola callendulacea )
  • Common Salmon ( Salacia oblonga )
  • ( Salacia reticulata )
  • Kirilov's Hairworm ( Trichosanthes kirilowii )
  • Sida cordifolia
  • Canadian Hydrangea ( Hydrastis canadensis )
  • Cymbopogon citratus - medicinal spices, incorrectly "lemon grass"
  • Common Willow ( Lysimachia vulgaris ) - miraculous in TČM , jin qian cao
  • Terminalia chebula
  • Hyssopus officinalis
  • lemon balm ( Monarda citriodora )
  • Creeping Beetle ( Ajuga reptans )
  • ( Fumaria officinalis ) - medical
  • ( Fumaria indica ) - also medical
  • Centaurium erythraea - hepatoprotective sweroside
  • Sparganium stoloniferum
  • Chimonanthus nitens - miracle plant TČM, antidiabetic
  • Forsythia suspension ( Forsythia suspensa )
  • Alisma plantago-aquatica

For those who do not know the weed rule of medical botany according to Dr. Duke says that weeds and wild varieties are more nutritious than commonly grown garden cultivars. This is because the dull peasants breed the plants immensely stupid, and the clever planters are even more stupid. Instead of wild cabbage, we have unglazed cabbage, instead of wild apples filled with bitter polyphenols cloned in a giant sphere of fructose, instead of wild sans bananas, chemically dependent, exaggerated clones ... Examples are spirits. (For comparison, a much clearer breeding of the monkey fruit without the intelligence that the wild mango, the durian, the mangosteen, the bottle and other jungle superheads have bred us.)

Miracle sponges

These mushrooms:

Miraculous algae

For the greater part of the 20th century, it was known that algae belong to the most gentle Earth organisms. Anyone involved in cosmonaut nutrition in extraterrestrial colonies had mainly microscopic algae in the obligatory curriculum. The algae restaurant, where South Bohemian visitors could taste the cuttings from the bright tomorrows for deep totals, have already closed, but microscopic lashes can now be obtained in kilogram quantities as nutritional supplements and they need a very good vegan taste and bloody composition (let's say that chlorophyll chemically resembles hem from hemoglobin). Dining room also enriches macroscopic seaweed, ore and seaweed, not only algae (agar and other alginates) and marine trace elements, but perhaps also specific healing phytochemicals. There are, however, relatively little information about this, so there are only a few items in this section that somehow happened in the scientific reviews of herbal treatments for those or those diseases.

  • Tree Eagle ( Eisenia bicyclis )
  • Emerald beetle ( Ecklonia kurome )
  • grapefruit ( Sargassum polycystum )
  • Sparrow grape ( Sargassum fusiforme )

Non-adaptive

Many important herbs violate the definition of adaptogen so that they can not be labeled as adaptogens. A frequent hindrance is mild or even severe toxicity. These plants are unadapted and can be seen as Paracelsus drugs. However, there are important drugs that can not be overlooked in the theme of miraculous herbs.

  • alcohol (ethanol) - encouraging, intoxicating, slightly poisonous
  • Borage ( Borago officinalis ) - slightly poisonous
  • ivy climbing ( Hedera helix ) - slightly poisonous
  • Chinese Camellia ( Camellia sinensis ) - a miraculous medicine, not only caffeine
  • Ilex aquifolium - a miracle medicine, not only caffeine
  • Jatropha curcas - industrial superpowder, desert biodiesel, poisonous, healing?
  • Berberis vulgaris - slightly toxic poisonous medicinal alkaloids, non-edible fruit, edible
  • Common Echinacea ( Echium vulgare ) - slightly poisonous
  • juniper ( Juniperus communis ) - slightly poisonous
  • kajeput alternate ( Melaleuca alternifolia ) - slightly poisonous
  • Camellia japonica ( Camellia japonica )
  • carambola ( Averrhoa carambola ) - medicinal herbs containing oxalic acid
  • kata meals ( Catha edulis ) - contains cathepsy, amphetamine-like effect
  • Arabic coffee ( Coffea arabica ) - caffeine, green coffee not only caffeine
  • Collagen ( Citrullus colocynthus ) - toxic, medicinal
  • ( Cola acuminata ), wheels - a miraculous drug, not only caffeine
  • Coptis chinese ( Coptis chinensis ) - Medicinal alkaloids slightly poisonous
  • Phytolacca acinosa - miraculous spice, slightly poisonous
  • Indian warthog ( Wikstroemia indica ) - important herb of TČM, poisonous
  • Myristica fragrans - super-green, slightly poisonous, antiviral effects
  • capsicum frutescens - super-vegetable, healing capsaicin is not an adaptogen
  • Peruvian pepper ( Schinus molle ) - miracle spice, medicine (pink pepper)
  • Black Piper ( Piper nigrum ) - Undetected superbylina, nonadaptogen
  • Long Pepper ( Piper longum ) - miraculous spice, miraculous genus
  • Piper cubeb - miraculous spice, miraculous genus
  • Rheum officinale - Medicinal vegetables containing oxalic acid
  • Halenia elliptica - a miraculous Himalayan drug from the family of the Magpie
  • Erythroxylon coca - contains cocaine, leaf tea is not dangerous
  • Oxalis tuberosa - tuberous crop, contains oxalic acid
  • Oxalis acetosella - a drug containing oxalic acid
  • Rumex acetosa - a drug containing oxalic acid
  • virgin tobacco ( Nicotiana tabacum ) - a miraculous plant and a family, very poisonous
  • Tanacetum balsamita , leaf-leaf - miraculous drug, slightly poisonous
  • honeysuckle ( Lonicera xylosteum ) - slightly poisonous, healing, antiviral effects
  • Forsythia suspension - slightly poisonous, healing, antiviral effects

Some of these contain only one problematic substance (THC, caffeine, oxalic acid, capsaicin ...) so you can think of alternative cultivars (cannabis without THC, decaffeinated tea) or processing (cooking with juice, etc.) pay special attention to tea lovers, very miraculous and important plants. The low caffeine content has a healing white tea, or so-called " lao cha" tea that tastes good and can be drunk after barbarians (white tea, basically just in the tearoom).

Non-medicated non-adapted drugs

Not every non-toxic drug is automatically an adaptogen . Adaptogens are not interchangeable with the non-medicated plant species category. Drugs that are unilateral or too close to adaptogens can not be classified. Examples of non-toxic natural adaptogenes are:

  • Glycyrrhiza uralensis and glabra - their main active ingredient, glycyrrhizin, induces a generalized adaptation syndrome but acts unilaterally
  • cannabis sativa ( Cannabis sativa L.) - "panacea", but not adaptogen due to THC
  • Piper methysticum , kava-kava - non-toxic, intoxicant
  • St John's wort ( Hypericum perforatum ) - medicinal, one-sided acting

For nonadaptogens, non-adherence is relative, because unilateral effects mean that it can still be used inappropriately.

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