Adaptrin - Unique Proprietary Botanical Adaptogen
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Traditional Tibetan medicine has been practiced for centuries in the Far East Russian Republic of Buryatia, near Lake Baikal, a sacred place for Buddhists--and around the world. It focuses on Buddhist spiritual guidance, behavior and dietary modification, herbal and mineral formulas, and physical therapies like moxa, a form of acupuncture. The herbal and mineral element, a mainstay of the Tibetan system, is a growing industry in the US but it's hard to know what's legitimate and what's not. A product called Adaptrin caught our attention. It's a proprietary botanical formula designed to regulate, normalize, and support the cardiovascular and immune systems, providing a platform for healthy living and optimal aging. Adaptrin was created by Dr. Vladimir Badmaev, an American physician & Thomas Alva Edison award-winning medical researcher but it was developed by 5 generations of physicians in his family—who are originally FROM Buryatia-- over the past 150 years. One ancestor was personal physician to the last Czar of Russia, Nicholas II and later generations brought the family tradition to the West. There are 3 ingredient groups in Adaptrin: the main active ingredients, the ingredients that support them, and the ingredients that modify effects from the first two groups. And all those ingredients are natural. The whole purpose of Adaptrin is to promote general health, an optimal quality of life--and longevity. According to Dr. Badmaev, Adaptrin's health supporting effects have been clinically proven in published peer-review papers . Now if you want to learn more about it, you'll find a wealth of information at adaptrin.com.
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