People who feel stressed and lack energy often turn to answers that cause jitters and lead to more stress rather than a feeling of being focused and productive. At the same time, feeling all that stress causes more fatigue. So is there an answer to get energy without the jitters, safely and effectively? Yes. The answer is red ginseng. Here’s what you need to know.
Q. Dear Terry, “I have experienced sciatic nerve pain in my lower back, buttocks, and upper thigh, and hip mainly on the left side. In spite of back surgery to repair a herniated disc and stenosis, the pain persists. I have also been to physical therapy, chiropractors, pain med clinic, etc. What would you recommend for me to get back on the journey of restored health? Thank you.”– Becky G., Rochester, MN
Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve watched several close family members suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s. I’m trying to take steps to minimize my risk of going down the same path. Diet and exercise are of course important, but I want to know if there are any herbs I should take too?” – Sean K., Sioux City, IA
Everyone experiences stress and fatigue from time-to-time.
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Protect Your Dream
As a young man, God gave Joseph a dream that one day his parents and his brothers would bow down before him. Joseph should have used more wisdom and not told them about his dream. Some people can’t handle what God has put inside you. They won’t celebrate you; rather, as Joseph’s brothers did, they’ll get jealous of you and start finding fault.
When you have a dream, you’re going to have some detractors. Sometimes the people closest to you will be the least supportive. When you believe that you can overcome an illness, pay off your house, or be successful in spite of past mistakes, some people will become jealous and try to make you look bad or try to talk you out of it. Don’t try to prove who you are or convince them to believe in you. You don’t need their approval. You have Almighty God’s approval. You wouldn’t have that opposition if you didn’t have something great in you.
“Father, thank You that You’ve put my dream in my heart. Help me to remember that doesn’t mean it’s going to come to pass without opposition, delays, and adversaries. I believe that I am moving forward with Your approval, and that’s all I need. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“...Here comes that dreamer!” they said to each other...” (Genesis 37:19, NIV)
"Miracles come in moments. Be ready and willing." —Wayne Dyer: American author