Herbal and Protein supplements

Proteins are basically made up of amino acids and they are the basic building elements of the human body. If you don't get consistent protein in the body through diet, one can hardly build muscle. This happens especially when you do work out on a regular schedule like daily. This is because one tends to tear down muscle whenever one work out.

Herbal supplements are by nature non-pharmaceutical and the non-food substances that are being marketed will improve the health. Herbalism is a kind of process where the usage of plant-derived substances and even sometimes other environmental substances are being used to treat or cure medical conditions. They recognize that the pre-industrial culture had a great and unique deal of knowledge like practical medical, which are mostly botanical, also they seek to utilize them effectively.


The protein supplements are made up of Amino acids which can be divided into three subcategories like essential, non-essential, and conditional amino acids. Essential amino acids include leucine, valine, threonine, methionine, phenylalanine etc. Non-essential amino acids include alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid etc. Conditional amino acids include arginine, glutamine, proline, tyrosine etc.

The categories of basic herbal supplements are Aloe Vera, Ashwagandha, Astragalus, Chia Seeds, Cinnamon, Evening Primrose, Fenugreek, Garlic, Ginger, Turmeric etc.

Forms available

The protein supplements are being available in crystal and amorphous forms like tablet, Powder, Chewable forms. Mostly protein supplements are consumed to increase nutrients level and some even uses for bodybuilding.

One can easily use these supplements as they are available in different proportions. A Kind of chewable protein supplements which are usually available in a container covering 100 tablets.

As Herbal supplements are found in naturally available elements like Turmeric and other elements, they take natural forms like powder forms, Juicy forms, chewy tablets forms, chocolate forms etc.

Brief description about usage

The usage varies according to one’s need and ability. For an athlete who does frequent training, they can have up to 25 grams of a certain protein supplement per day. But for Body builders it requires more as they basically want to put more muscle and hence will burn more calories. They might have to consume up to 150 of a certain protein supplement per day. But, we should also not forget that we still get protein from the food we eat during meals.

There are certain herbal naturally available elements that are really safe to use. But there are some which has side effects and if one wants to use those elements then they have to counter the side effects as well. Products with contents like Aloe vera have minimal to no side effects but those like Ginger, garlic have some side effects those have to be treated with more caution.


JD LABS supplies various kinds of protein and herbal supplements in number of forms.

Jayadev Shastri

Owner of JD Labs is a research scholar working on "Reduction of side effects of Cancer Medicines"