Traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine methods can be used for both preventive and curative purposes.

For preventive purposes Ayurvedic medicine uses 2 essential methods:

          1. Body purification, which is carried out with products to purify the blood and digestive tract.
          2. Total body regeneration or of its various components: organs, blood, nervous system, etc.

Body regeneration and revitalisation means restoring the energy potential of the body’s structures as a whole or of its various components.

Regenerative therapy, called RASAYANA in Sanskrit, is of particular importance and can be applied both after purification therapy and simultaneously with it if the body requires it; it can also be administered independently of purification therapy. It can be used both for preventive purposes and for restoring the weakened body after a certain suffering.

Regenerative therapy is carried out using herbs or herbal mixtures that have the following actions:

        • Adaptogenic – helps the body react better to stress and overload conditions
        • General and cardiac invigorating
        • Calming and nerve tonic – nourishes nervous tissue and thus maintains its proper functioning
        • Antisenile and antisclerotic – slow down the ageing process and stimulate the formation of healthy cells and tissues
        • Antioxidant and detoxifying – removes free radicals and thus prevents the build-up of waste products
        • Immunostimulant – increases the body’s defences against attacks by micro-organisms
        • Preventive anti-tumour
        • Anti-inflammatory and anti-fever
        • Vitaminising and remineralising.

The benefits of using plants with regenerative virtues are the prevention and removal of fatigue or physical wear, prevention and removal of stress, anxiety, depression, mental fatigue in general, improvement of physical and mental tone, increased life appetite.

There is a wide range of plants with regenerative properties. Among these, the best known and most frequently used are: red ginseng (Panax ginseng), Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera), Maca (Lepidium meyenii), Spirulina, and from Romanian herbal medicine, Cătina (Hippophae rhamnoides), Burdock (Arctium lappa), etc. The beehive products also have important regenerative qualities: honey, pollen, royal jelly and pods.

Here is some information about the most used regenerating and revitalising plants: Ginseng, Ashwaganda and Spirulina.

Ginseng ( Panax ginseng) is becoming increasingly popular worldwide for its role in anti-ageing, digestive function harmonisation and stress relief.

Other ginseng health benefits:

  • Relieves fatigue. As a plant with tonic and revitalising effects for the body, ginseng helps to relieve physical and mental fatigue. Components in ginseng root, such as polysaccharides and oligopeptides, stimulate cell regeneration and increase energy and vitality.
  • Supports the immune system. The immune system’s functions can be supported with a three-month treatment with ginseng.
  • Confers adaptogenic properties. Ginseng can support the body, especially during stressful times or when it is faced with harmful stimuli. Through the effect of ginsenosides, ginseng stimulates metabolic processes and supports body detoxification.
  • Stimulates brain functions. Memory and thinking are important cognitive functions that can be impaired in the long term by stimuli. Of these, free radicals are a particular danger because of their damaging effect on cells and proteins in the body. Long-term intake of ginseng can counteract these negative effects, and recent studies have shown that taking ginseng can improve life quality by increasing physical and mental abilities. 

Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera) is a special plant with the following benefits:

Adaptogen – helps your body to react better to stress and overload conditions, counteracting their harmful effects.

Nerve and brain tonic – helps replenish neurotransmitters in the brain, thus reducing mental wear and tear caused by stress and ageing; calms the nervous system and ensures restful sleep.

Regenerating, revitalising, rejuvenating, anti-senile, thanks to hormonal precursors acting on the endocrine glands (adrenal, thyroid, pancreas) and proper tissue nutrition, especially muscles and bones.

Immunostimulant, by stimulating the proliferation of lymphocytes and thymocytes, which produce antibodies against bacteria, viruses, etc.

Antioxidant and anti-tumour, by increasing the level of enzymes that scavenge free radicals and thus protect against their degenerative action.

Cardioprotective and hypotensive

Adjuvant in the treatment of diabetes mellitus

Tonic and stimulant aphrodisiac

Anti-inflammatory and antifebrile.


Spirulina Platensis is a blue-green algae that is a very important source of nutrients, containing:

– 65% very valuable proteins, similar to those found in meat, fish, soy; essential and non-essential amino acids very useful for neurotransmitter formation;

– A wide range of mineral salts and trace elements with an antioxidant role: iron, manganese, chromium, selenium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium;

– Vitamins A (in 10 times higher concentration than in carrots), D, K and especially B12;

– Polyunsaturated fatty acids (gamma linoleic acid) which maintain the cardiovascular system’s health;

– Chlorophyll and phycocyanin pigments that inhibit cancer formation by binding to cancer-causing chemicals and stimulating their excretion; detoxifies the liver.

Constant Spirulina consumption, thanks to its complex and balanced composition, comes to correct the nutritional deficiencies of excessively processed foods that are the staple food of modern human beings. It is particularly suitable for low-calorie and unbalanced diets, people on slimming diets, children and the elderly, people who exert great physical effort and high-performance athletes. Spirulina is one of the best natural sources of vitamin B12, especially for children and vegetarians. This vitamin is essential for healthy nerves, tissues and red blood cells. It has a hypocholesterolemic effect (reducing blood cholesterol levels) and is effective in preventing and treating occlusive vascular disease. It has an important antiviral action against HIV and herpes simplex virus 1 (responsible for the development of cold sores).

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