Eleutherococcus (Siberian Ginseng) Fresh Herb Extract. The root of the herb is an example of an adaptogen. It contains enzymes, saponins and naturally occurring steroids. Eleutherococcus. More commonly known as Siberian Ginseng.
The plant is a tall, prickly shrub, native to Eastern Asia, particularly Siberia. This gives rise to the common name which can sometimes be misleading as, although bearing similar actions to Panax ginseng, it belongs to a totally different genus and is completely unrelated to it.
100g of Fresh Plant Tincture (extracted in alcohol 50% by volume) typically contains the tincture of: Eleutherococcus senticosus 100g
fresh plant tincture (extracted in alcohol 50% by volume)
20 to 30 drops 2 times daily in a little water. If Eleutherococcus is needed long term, it is recommended that a two week break from treatment is taken after two months
Please seek medical advice if pregnant. Keep out of reach of children. Those who suffer from hypertension, anxiety, schizophrenia, heart disorders, epilepsy, diabetes, and those taking the contraceptive pill, HRT or other hormonal preparations should first consult a healthcare practitioner. Do not take with other stimulants such as Caffeine. Vitamins B and C should not be taken at the same time as Eleutherococcus as the excretion of these vitamins may be enhanced.
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