Wellness

Magnesium is a chemical element that occurs naturally in the world and our bodies. The benefits of magnesium have been scientifically measured, as have the negative effects of having a deficiency. The average person doesn’t know the way magnesium enriches the health of the body, which is why we’ve created this excellent article for you! Five of the most popular benefits are:   Calcium Absorption Calcium is critical to the health of our bones and is well-known for the popular ‘Got milk?’ campaigns. Magnesium aids in the calcium absorption rate in the bodies. This increase in the absorption rate of… Read More »


Zinc is a trace mineral found in many different foods that were first discovered within metals. For metals, it greatly reduces the chance for rust. So if zinc can improve something as powerful as metal then exactly what can, and does, it do for the human body? From our research, we found many benefits, but 8 of them stood out to me. Sleep Many may agree that sleep is the best thing out there. So for those that love sleep but have a hard time of it should look into getting more zinc into the diet plan. An interesting note… Read More »


Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is the herb from the mint family that bears its name due to fresh lemon scent it releases. Although it’s grown all over the world, it’s native to Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. You may find some at the farmer’s market, in a grocery store or even right in your garden. Lemon balm usually comes in the form of extract, oil, tincture or salve, but it’s also widely used in cooking and tea recipes. Lemon balm has a variety of useful qualities and can be of great aid for our health. For example, it can… Read More »


5-HTP also known as 5-Hydroxytryptophan is produced by the body from the Amino Acid Tryptophan.  It aids in the production hormones Serotonin and Melatonin. While Melatonin is a natural sleep inducer, Serotonin works as a natural antidepressant within the body. Manufactured from an African plant and sold in supplement format, 5-HTP is sold in health food stores and taken for a variety of reasons, below we have listed six health benefits a person might experience while taking 5-HTP. Anxiety That uncontrollable dread, an inability to deal with the moment you are in, sweating, fast heart rate, difficulty breathing and a… Read More »


Ashwagandha is an Indian healing herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Thanks to modern science we have been able to look at this fascinating herb under the microscope and find out exactly how it works and what it does. What we have learned is that Ashwagandha promotes a healthy, restful sleep that you should be enjoyed without the use of chemical interventions. Ashwagandha is an all-natural plant that grows naturally in India. This makes it the perfect calming supplement to get you off to the land of sleep without having to rely on prescription… Read More »


GABA is gamma-aminobutyric acid, one of the neurotransmitters in the human brain that serves as the mind’s natural calming signal. It is a neurotransmitter that helps relieve anxiety, improve the quality of sleep, relax and even prevent seizures. By attaching to the protein in your brain, or GABA receptor, it produces a calming effect, therefore, reducing the feeling of stress, anxiety, and fear. It reduces overactivity in your brain and brings up emotional intelligence, cognition, and attention. It can even increase your energy level and enhance the exercise performance. There are a lot of benefits to GABA and we have… Read More »


The modern working man or woman is “supposed” to be a lot of things: successful, good looking, physically fit – and all of these little pressures that we put on ourselves add up to make some fairly high expectations. As a social species we need to do well in all aspects of life to feel we are thriving – and when your libido starts to wear away, it can be a soul-destroying the process that slowly erodes your self-confidence. Fortunately, Tribulus Terrestris is an ancient plant with some series of effects on your libido. Here at Ageless Nutrition, we wanted… Read More »


What Is Passionflower? Passionflower, also known as ‘passiflora,’ is a perennial climbing vine with a beautiful flower. It has long been used as traditional herbal medicine, with leaves, stems, and flowers made into a tea or a tincture, or powdered and put into capsules. The rather special name of this flower and its striking appearance have lasting mystical and religious significance, as the flower is said to depict the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on the cross[1]. How Does Passionflower Work? Passionflower works by increasing the levels of a chemical in the brain called gamma-aminobutyric acid, also known as GABA. This… Read More »


The valerian plant is a small plant with clusters of pink or white flowers. The beautiful plants, which are native to Europe, were introduced to North America to help the spread of this medicinal herb. In use medically since the time of Hippocrates for its sleep benefits, valerian root is sweeping the nation for its many other health benefits. 8 Natural Valerian Root Benefits Sleep: Valerians initial use is still one of its best. Valerian can be a mild sedative. It promotes relaxation and sleep. This use, which has been the primary use of valerian for over two thousand years,… Read More »


Chamomile is a pretty plant belonging to the daisy family. It has a long history of human usage and is particularly popular in the form of a delicate, soothing tea made from dried flowers. Prescription medications can be expensive and may even bring unwanted side effects, and for this reason, a growing number of people are looking for more natural methods of maintaining good health and well-being. Here are five major benefits that chamomile has to offer.   1. Promotes relaxation and sleep Chamomile tea has been a traditional solution for troubled sleep and insomnia for generations. Drinking this tea… Read More »


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