Working from home has increased your productivity AND your alarming resemblance to a half-melted snowman. You could jog, but ... run aimlessly around outside without a destination and with nobody in pursuit? Yeah, you'll think about it. Here are a few low-impact work-from-home exercises that will keep your heart pumping and your mind clear.
Cordyceps; yes, the name is strange, but not as strange as this superfood’s bizarre origin story. Cordyceps is not a nodding little blossom delicately posing in the sun, and science is increasingly amazed at the healthful potency of what this weird stuff contains. But what exactly is it? Cordyceps is a ... well, it's ... maybe you should sit down.
Ashwagandha's annoyingly difficult-to-pronouce compounds have anti-inflammatory properties that naturally work to reduce the swellings and porous infections that characterize acne and a bad complexion. Meanwhile, Ashwagandha's anti-androgens modulate those hormones most responsible for the extra sebum production that causes breakouts in the first place.
You've seen these little wheatgrass stands. Usually there is a blender, an overly-energized server in an apron, and a decorative little plot of earth with bright green grass growing straight up out of it with therectitude of a marine drill sergeant's crew cut.
Since we’re trapped on this rock a scant 93 million miles from this bipolar nuclear neighbor, we’ll just have to find a way to make the relationship work. There are ways to partake of the sun’s glory without turning our skin into burlap. Let’s talk.
In Sanskrit, Ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse”—so Sanskrit may not be the ideal language of the marketer. But for 60 centuries (whew!) traditional cultures have swooned over the herb's support of strength and energy. And modern tech means you can make use of this functional shrub without the place smelling like a barn. A value-add.