Eleuthero Siberian Ginseng
Natures Sunshine Eleuthero or Siberian Ginseng. Adaptogenic herbs support energy and help the body under environmental stress. Eleuthero is considered an adaptogen. It acts as a tonic at the cellular level. Eleuthero is a distant relative of Korean and American ginsengs. It is held in high esteem in China, where it has been valued for thousands of years, sometimes commanding a higher price than gold. Eleuthero is found in the Siberian province of Russia. Adaptogenic herb, supports energy, helps to balance the body. 100 capsules
Energy, tonic, normaliser, stress. Useful for athletes. Siberian Ginseng helps the body adapt to stress and strenuous exercise. It has traditionally been used for mental and physical vigour, energy, stamina, and tonic.
Helps to Balance the Body
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Adults: Two to three capsules three times daily with water at mealtimes.
Stamina, endurance, energy, immune stimulant. This herb is said to aid the performance of athletes, increasing stamina and endurance. It is an adaptogen, which helps the body adjust in physical exertion/athletic performance. It has been shown to slow the too-rapid use of glycogen stores. It also appears to have an immune stimulant effect along with liver protective effects, protecting from environmental and metabolic toxins. Increases general immunity, physical stamina and the ability to cope with stress and fatigue. Siberian Ginseng has been used in China as a tonic for invigorating vital energy for more than 2,000 years. In Chinese medicine, it is used to normalize body functions, restore vigour, improve health and promote appetite.
Amount Per 2 Capsules: Eleuthero Root (Eleutherococcus senticosus) 820 mg. Other Ingredients: Kosher gelatin and water
Keep out of reach of children. Consult a healthcare professional before taking this product if you have high blood pressure or are pregnant. Should be avoided in hyperactivity or extreme nervous anxiety. Siberian Ginseng does not seem to exhibit interference with female hormones which Korean Ginseng may bring on after extended use.