siberian ginseng


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Famous invigorating adaptogen with dark blue berries that regulates stress, strengthens adrenal and kidney function, physical endurance and mental/memory enhancement through its blood oxygen enriching properties. Eleuthero is a great herb for anyone who’s involved in sports or work that demands strength and endurance, and fatigued, stressed people with burned out adrenals and endocrine system. Root, bark and stem are parts used. Be cautious if you have high blood pressure.
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Siberian ginseng is composed of a number of compounds called eleutherosides but shows no trace of the ginsenosides found in Panax ginseng.
According to Carol Cheow, general manager of Cactus Botanies, Siberian ginseng contains the compounds Eleutherosides (Eleutherosides B and Eleutherosides E), which have been found to stimulate mental and physical vigor.
The use of bioreactors is a technology suitable for largescale plant production of Siberian ginseng [8].
China Botanic Pharmaceutical Inc (NYSE AMEX: CBP), a developer, manufacturer and distributor of botanical products, bio-pharmaceuticals and traditional Chinese medicines in China, announced today that its Siberian Ginseng Extract has received the recognition of being a Safe Medicine at the 8th session of the selection event.
Siberian ginseng has been used for over 2000 years according to Chinese medical records, and has been used to increase vitality and energy (Braun 2007).
According to Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs, Siberian ginseng, Eleutherococcus senticosus, is an energy-producing root that acts against fatigue but with long-term use.
In traditional Chinese medicine, many herbs activate the immune system, including Asian and Siberian ginseng, astragalus, licorice, and maitake, reishi and shiitake mushrooms.
Friedman profiles several adaptogenic herbs including Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Licorice, (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), Golden Root (Rhodiola rosea), North American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), and Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) in this text.
Eleutherococcus (Siberian Ginseng) is a well-known general tonic.
It contains Siberian Ginseng and Lemongrass for tightening the pores and Papaya and Vitamins A & E to nourish.
Agents to be avoided include American hellebore, butterbur or other petasites, kava, marijuana, melatonin (available only as an orphan drug in the United States), mugwort, passion flower, quassia, rauwolfia, Siberian ginseng, taurnelloolch, tulip tree, and valerian.
Effect of Asian and Siberian ginseng on serum digoxin measurement by five digoxin immunoassays: significant variation in digoxin-like immunoreactivity among commercial ginsengs.
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