Performance herbalism is all about using herbs to enhance performance.
Performance is defined as “the action or process of carrying out or accomplishing an action, task, or function.”
So, when we’re talking about performing better that means such thing as:
• Athletic Performance
• Sexual Performance
• Mental Performance
The whole reason I got into herbs in the first place was to enhance my athletic prowess, all starting with Cordyceps. To enhance my abilities to do such things as juggle a hundred-pound kettlebell, lift 1,000 lbs., tear decks of cards in half, and to do backflips. Performance herbalism has always been what I’ve sought out, though I’ve only recently named it as such.
At Lost Empire Herbs we’re not really talking about your grandma’s herbs…that is, if your grandma ever used herbs.
Performance herbalism is not most people’s experience with herbs.
This comes down to two things:
First off, when I say herbs they think they often think we’re talking about cannabis! We are not.
Besides that herb, the vast majority of Westerners have no experience with herbs…besides eating or using a few culinary herbs such as rosemary, cayenne or oregano.
There is nothing wrong with culinary herbs. Many of them taste good, can make food magical, and also provide many benefits, but it’s not performance herbalism.
That is not what we’re dealing with here. In fact, most of the performance herbs taste downright bad so it’s more about masking their flavors then using them to enhance flavors.
There are other areas of performance that herbs can help too. Such as Sleep Performance. It’s not often thought about in this way but if you can improve the quality of your sleep, which you certainly can, then you’re performing better at it.
We can talk about increased work capacity, whether physical or mental. The ability to do more. That’s one of the primary things that put adaptogens, an important class of herbs, on the map.
We might even say these herbs can help you in your Spiritual Performance. Of course, this depends on what you believe “spiritual” means. But the herbs can certainly change your mood, enhance your meditation, such as Gotu Kola, to help you become more mindful…and well, just plain helps you to be a better person. (Think about being less reactive to stress and less likely to fly off the handle at someone, a side benefit we often hear about from happy customers.)
Here’s another way of looking at it…I don’t really like hippies.
Even though I grew up in Santa Cruz, California a known epicenter where they congregate…
Even though my parents were both hippies before I was born…
Even though I used to work in a health food store and many were my co-workers…
Maybe it was too much influence from Cartman from South Park. 😉
But as I got into herbalism and learned about the health benefits of connecting to nature, I had to concede that some of the hippie ideas were right on.
Still, performance herbalism is NOT really a hippie idea, because hippies don’t generally talk about performance.
What is performance herbalism?
It is herbalism for the blue or white collar working class.
It is herbalism for the entrepreneur that is out to really change the world.
It is herbalism for the student that wants to excel in school.
It is herbalism for the athlete that wants to set records, even just personal ones.
It is herbalism for the weekend warrior.
In short, it is herbalism for the modern-day man or woman.
Unless you are content to let life pass you by, or numb your mind with the latest Kardashian exploits, content eating all that processed crap they call food, allowing your health to decline until you’re sustaining on pharmaceuticals (and taking other pharmaceuticals to combat the side effects of the first ones), you are likely interested in performing better. Hell, even if all that is the case, you’re most likely interested in performing better in at least one area or another
You ought to be. In other words, it’s in your own best self-interest to be interested in performance. And if you happen to be more community or group-minded, then it means you can serve others better.
So, what can performance herbalism do for you?
There’s a big benefit as we specialize in herbs that pack a punch.
What that means is that they deliver real effects that you can FEEL.
What would it mean to you and your life if you had any or all of the following?
10%+ More Energy
10%+ More Mental Clarity
10%+ Better Sleep
10%+ More Manliness or Womanliness
10%+ Better Sex
10%+ More Vitality
I say 10% PLUS because that is likely the threshold in which you will notice a benefit…and sometimes the effects are 100% better.
Performance herbalism delivers real, tangible benefits that you will notice and feel the difference.
This is something that separates it from 95% or so of natural herbal dietary supplements out there. Where you take them because they’re supposed to be good for you…but you really have no idea if they’re making a difference or not.
If our herbs don’t work for you, its because you probably haven’t found the right herb or formula yet. Look, we know these herbs work. There is no doubt about that. We know from our own experience. We get great testimonials and reviews all the time. Some herbs even have solid scientific evidence behind them. Still, a certain herb may not work for you, because everyone is different.
That is why we offer a 365-day hassle-free, money-back guarantee. So that you can experiment and find the performance herbs that work for your body. Unfortunately, just because they work for somebody else doesn’t mean they will necessarily work for you. That’s just how it is.
Plus, you can always contact our outstanding customer service team to help you to find what natural herbal dietary supplement is right for you. (Obviously, they take our herbs so they’re high-performing!) They’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
Performance herbalism focuses on enhancing the future, not necessarily fixing the problems of the past. This gives greater returns because we get what we focus on.
I recently heard from a business owner that runs a marketing agency who went out on a limb and tried these virtually unknown and bad-tasting performance herbs. Here’s what he had to say just a couple weeks later…
“Dude! I feel amazing. Been using the Pine Pollen Tincture and the Spartan Formula. I feel like a freakin Spartan! I haven’t had this much energy in ages. And mental clarity…and aggression. Seriously, I feel like I NEED strong physical exertion right now. I came home the other night and had to get a quick workout in because I had so much pent-up energy. I’m not exaggerating. I’m sold on this stuff.”
That’s the thing…
Most people are not aware just how good they can feel. Performance herbalism can unlock superpowers that you didn’t know you had…or the feelings of youth and vitality you thought had disappeared because of “old age”.
So, when I say 10%+ more energy, you may be thinking your energy is as high as it can go…but it’s not. There is always more. There is always better. And that is what performance herbalism is all about.
Welcome to Lost Empire Herbs, the home of performance herbalism.
As a performing strongman he once pulled an 8,800 lb. firetruck by his hair, juggled a kettlebell that was lit on fire, supported half a ton on top of himself in a wrestler’s bridge position, and routinely bends horseshoes and rips decks of cards in half.
Acclaimed as both a visionary and breakthrough author, Logan has written countless works on natural living, culminating in his self-proclaimed magnum opus, "Powered By Nature - How Nature Improves Our Happiness, Health and Performance.” Says longevity guru Peter Ragnar of the work "His passion is contagious! His words fire one's spirit to reconnect with nature's intelligence."
He is Co-Founder and CEO of Lost Empire Herbs, which aims to bring performance herbalism into everyday people’s lives.
When Logan isn't working to save the planet and transform modern herbalism, he busies himself as a consultant to the space program. In his spare time he enjoys memorizing the Fibonacci sequence and bowling perfect games.
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