Features and benefits
- Fusion Energy combines Korean ginseng and reishi mushroom with astragalus, cordyceps and withania (also known as ashwagandha)
- Korean ginseng is traditionally used to relieve fatigue, increase energy levels and stamina, support mental clarity, improve the body’s ability to adapt to stress, and calm the spirit in Chinese medicine
- Korean ginseng is also traditionally used in Chinese medicine to strengthen the life force energy known as Qi, supporting general health and wellbeing
- Reishi is traditionally used to relieve fatigue by nourishing the blood and Qi in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
How it works
Korean ginseng: traditionally used to enhance energy levels in TCM
Also known as ‘Ren shen’, Korean ginseng is one of the most prized herbs in Chinese medicine where it’s traditionally used for the relief of fatigue and for promoting energy levels, while at the same time enhancing vitality and physical endurance.
Korean Ginseng is also traditionally used in TCM to calm the spirit and as an adaptogen – in other words, as a herb that helps the body to adapt to stress. It also supports healthy mental function.
Qi and wellbeing
In Chinese medicine, the word Qi (pronounced ‘chee’) describes the energy or life force that flows throughout your body, giving you the capacity to respond to your environment and the ability to move, think, breathe, digest food, and experience everything that life has to offer.
Korean ginseng is traditionally taken to replenish healthy Qi (and consequently to support health and wellbeing) in Chinese medicine.
Reishi traditionally strengthens Qi to relieve fatigue in TCM
Reishi is a woody mushroom that’s highly regarded in Chinese medicine, being traditionally used to nourish both the Qi and blood to relieve fatigue.
Fusion Energy also contains the herbs astragalus, cordyceps, Siberian ginseng, American ginseng and withania, also known in Ayurvedic medicine as ashwagandha.
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