FMTV - AdrenalCalm Tea

AdrenalCalm Tea

Series: Restoring Adrenal Health | Episode: 5 | Runtime: 8m 43s | Release date: 2010

This segment features: David Wolfe.

If stress becomes chronic and long-term, our circadian rhythms become disturbed and our natural stress-reducing nervous system biofeedback loops become degraded; as a result, we experience adrenal fatigue. This adaptogenic tea is great to help de-stress the nervous system, kidneys, and adrenals, as well as to help soothe an overactive fight-or-flight response.

Nettle leaves are a rich source of minerals, especially calcium and silica. They also contain vitamin C to improve calcium absorption and immune function, prevent free radical damage, and build collagen. Nettle is anti-inflammatory and supports proper adrenal function.

Licorice helps rebuild the adrenals. In China, middle-aged women routinely take herbs such as ginseng and licorice for adrenal support.

Ginseng improves mental and physical stamina and is a wonderful herb used specifically for adrenal fatigue. It improves circulation, balances blood sugar, and is an antioxidant and antispasmodic.

Valerian may help relieve symptoms of severe tiredness and anxiety. Valerian is effective as both a long-term tonic for the nerves and as a remedy for acute or chronic conditions such as pain or headaches.

Horsetail is calming and has a stabilizing effect on the immune system. It detoxifies and is beneficial to the adrenal glands.

Serves: 2

Featuring:
David Wolfe

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Nilufer | 2 years, 4 months ago
Hi there, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that horsetail is a beneficial. There are some growing at our back garden and I have been trying to eradicate, very invasive weed. Would it be possible to find out if fresh horsetail (but they are mature plants with long spiky branches that I couldn't spray under the bushes) could be used. Also would the weed killer chemical reach all the other plants through their root system. If it is OK, how much to put in instead of dry horsetail. Thank you.
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Jasbir Rehan | 4 years, 10 months ago
that tea looks so good, im making it just know it would send me to sleep.. bit worried about groggy feeling of Valerian morning after that I get. but yes would definitely get good sleep!
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Karelle | FMTV | 4 years, 10 months ago
Hello Jasbir! Nice to hear that you will try the Adrenal Calm Tea :) Have a wonder sipping!
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Jessica Brown | 4 years, 11 months ago
Is nele and nettle the same?
Would be nice to have measurements rather than percentages.
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Team member | FMTV | 4 years, 11 months ago
Hello Jessica, Nettle (also known as Stinging Nele) are a rich source of minerals, especially calcium and silica. They also contain vitamin C to improve calcium absorption and immune function, prevent free radical damage, and build collagen. Nettle is anti-inflammatory and supports proper adrenal function. 30% nele leaves is (9 grams). If you are not comfortable with the percentage, you may refer in grams measurement :) ~ Ivory :)
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Mary Wilder | 5 years, 1 month ago
The tea looks great and I would like to try it. However, even with the recipe the conversion from grams to ounces is very difficult to determine.
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Team member | FMTV | 5 years, 1 month ago
Hi there :) You may find this useful: http://www.metric-conversions.org/weight/grams-to-ounces.htm ~ Ivory :)
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Mary Gustafson | 5 years, 2 months ago
The video had David Wolfe shaking. Looked like he really needed this tea. It was interesting but he didn't really tell you how to make the tea. Where do you get the recipe of how much of what to make the tea?
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Doni Baz | 5 years, 8 months ago
Thank you for this. Do i buy the ingredients at the health store?
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Team member | FMTV | 5 years, 8 months ago
Hi Doni, You can check at your local health stores or you can get the ingredients from David Wolfe's site, http://www.longevitywarehouse.com. Thank you. ~ Amy
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