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The sources above provide an in-depth scientific view of the multiple phases of research connected with Adaptogens that have been done over the years. Each source should give the reader better insight into how the knowledge of Adaptogens has expanded. This, in turn, leads to a better understanding of how it may provide greater health and homeostasis in the body.
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