"Maral Root is Great for Athletic Performance, Erectile Dysfunction, Building Lean Muscle Mass, Great for Weight Loss, Helps with Depression, Boosts Up Metabolism, Helps with Anemia, No Side Effects, and so much more."
Maral Root also known as Rhaponticum carthamoides and leuzea is not that well known— but it's gaining popularity and becoming more common. But maral root has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine. And it's considered a powerful tonic herb for extending life with no side effects.
Where it Grows - Maral root can be found in cooler areas of Mongolia, Siberia, Russia, Eastern Europe, and China. And some people are propagating maral root in Texas and Santa Cruz California. But maral is a very slow growing plant and takes time to reach maturity. This thistle-like plant lives to be up to 150 years old.
How Maral Root Got Its Name - In Russia they found maral deer eating these plants thus "maral root" became the common name for the herb.
Powerful Adaptogen - Maral root is a great adaptogen like ashwagandha and Rhodiola rosea and many other powerful herbal agents. All of these help the body deal with physical and mental stress.
Contains - Maral root contains lots of adaptogenic compounds and flavonoids, lignins, vitamins, tannins, phytoecdysones, alkaloids, and organic acids.
Increases Lean Muscle Mass - Studies in Russia showed that Maral root is a powerful adaptogen that helps the body to produce more lean muscle mass. Thus athletes respond better to exercise because maral root contains ecdysterone compounds which produce results similar to steroids but without side effects.
Improves O2 Transport - Maral root also enhances the ability of our hemoglobin to transport more oxygen thus giving us a vital boost of energy.
Protects the Liver - Maral root also helps protect the liver from toxins thus helping to improve energy and vitality.
Good for Better Mental Clarity - Maral root is a powerful agent which also helps to improve cognitive abilities and creates better mental clarity and awareness.
Helps with Fat Metabolism - Maral root also helps the body to metabolize fat thus helping with weight loss.
Boosts Up Immune System - Maral root also helps to boost up our immune system and prevent colds, flues, and other infections.
Reduces Stress - In this day and age, anything that can help lower stress like maral root is very important.
Builds Kidney Yin - In Chinese Medicine, maral root helps to build more kidney yin and thus helps to restore the body and recover from stress.
In Ayurvedic Medicine in India - In Ayurvedic Medicine maral root helps to lower vata tendencies, get rid of too much pitta, and moderate kapha.
Antimicrobial - Maral root kills certain types of bacterial and fungal infections.
Helps with Anemia - Maral root boost production of red and white blood cells.
Works Great for Anxiety - Studies with animals shows that maral root works great for healing anxiety.
Improves Circulation - Maral root also improves circulation in the muscles, brain, and even to cardiac tissue.
More Energy - Maral root creates glutamate decarboxylase plus acetylcholine esterase in the brain and all over the body to help produce more ATP for more energy and vitality.
Prevents Arteriosclerosis - Studies with rabbits show that maral root prevents arteriosclerosis.
Insulin Production - Some studies also show that maral root may also improve insulin production and help with diabetes.
Helps with Cancer Side Effects - Maral root also seems to help with the lack of energy and vitality that people feel when they have chemotherapy and radiation therapy for cancer.
Increases Sperm Production and Motility - And there is some indication that maral root also helps promote more sperm production and motility.
Anti-inflammatory - Maral root also helps negate the production of Inhibits Nuclear Factor kappa B which is part of the inflammation cycle. Thus helping to get rid of inflammation.
Contains Lots of Antioxidants - Maral root also contains powerful antioxidants that help to prevent and heal DNA damage and thus prevent and heal diseases such as cardiovascular disease, strokes, and cancer.
Forms - Most people buy maral root as a bulk powder, as capsules, or as a tincture.
Dose - Most people take 2 or 3— 500 mg capsules twice a day— as a powder that is 1,000 mg to 1500 mg twice a day or 10 to 20 drops of the tincture 3 times a day.
Side Effects - Maral root is pretty safe, no one has ever found any true side effects if taken in moderate doses. But like all herbs and supplements, it should not be used by those who are pregnant, nursing, or small children. And I recommend that maral root like all herbs should only be used for 7 to 10 days and then take a week off and then come back to it if needed. All herbs, supplements, and medications put a burden on our liver so use everything in moderation.
Finding- Maral root can be found on-line by googling "Buy Maral Root Powder" and it can also be found in Amazon and eBay. And it's pretty inexpensive compared to lots of other herbs.
Enjoy Maral Root!
Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist
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