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Siberian Ginseng, A Superb Herb for Endurance

√   Alertness
√  Anti-Anxiety
√  Anti-Fatigue
√  Antioxidant Protection
√  Bones – Strengthens
√  Cancer – Radiation Exposure
√  Chronic Fatigue Syndrom
√  Endocrine – Depleted or Under Active
√  Energy
√  Focus – Better
√  Herpes
√  Immune System Response – Improves
√  Irritation Reducer
√  Libido – Increases
√  Memory – Better Recall
√  Mental Clarity

Siberian Ginseng. Eleutherococcus senticosus, also known as Eleuthero ginseng, is one of the most widely used herbs in the world.​

Siberian Ginseng helps the body’s adapt to stress more efficiently. Providing extra energy during stressful times, Siberian Ginseng is a stimulating herb especially effective for stress, tiredness and generally being run-down. It contains active chemical components, eleutherosides, which inhibits the stress response by reducing the activity of the adrenal cortex. Siberian Ginseng works to balance serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine, and epinephrine. Its effect on mood determining brain chemicals is a natural mood stabilizer.

Siberian Ginseng strengthens memory and the mind to stay clear-headed under pressure. It is also a brain booster improving both mental and physical stamina in cases of mild fatigue or feelings of weakness. Siberian Ginseng increases circulation which increases oxygen and blood flow to the brain and helps to restore memory, concentration, focus and mental clarity.

Siberian Ginseng helps sustain long term energy without the jitters other stimulants like caffeine. It possesses adaptogenic properties and is well-known as an energy enhancers. Siberian Ginseng contains powerful phytochemicals like sterols, coumarins, flavonoids, and polysaccharides. These increase oxygen availability at the cellular level, encouraging blood flow, immune response, and antioxidant that protect your DNA. This helps to improve endurance considerably. It is beneficial for those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome and helps rebuild Chi energy following any illness.

As a immune system stimulant, Siberian Ginseng prevents infection during intense physical activity. It normalizes body functions, and is a powerful adaptogen which helps the body to balance, heal and instills over-all well-being. Its active ingredients is used to combat herpes simplex type II infections.

Siberian Ginseng supports the liver by helping the liver detox harmful toxins from radiation exposure. Siberian Ginseng removes side effects of chemotherapy and is used to treat bone marrow suppression due to chemo or radiation therapy.

Siberian Ginseng helps the HPA (hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis) when depleted. Symptoms include fatigue, stress, neurasthenia and sore muscles associated with the hypo-functioning of an under-active endocrine system.

The adrenal glands have a big impact on our sexual health because they produce a variety of hormones that regulate many physical responses. Siberian Ginseng helps to prevent “adrenal burnout” caused by ongoing physical or mental challenges.

Suggested Tincture Dosage: 1 dropperful 2 daily

Siberian Ginseng: Russia’s Olympic Secret
Russia has always been a leader in Olympic performance. Trainers and athletes, particularly in the former Soviet Union, for years used Siberian ginseng, to compliment and enhance training as their secret to olympic success. In 2012, the former Soviet Union was ranked third in total medal count, despite not participating in the Olympics since 1988.

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DISCLAIMER
This information is to be used for educational purposes only and has been solely based on the historic and traditional use of herbs. This information has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, nor has it gone through studies required before a particular product can be deemed truly beneficial or potentially dangerous.

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