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Siberian Ginseng Benefits

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  • For centuries, the therapeutic benefits of Siberian ginseng have been used to boost immunity, longevity and endurance, relieve fatigue and help prevent and remedy colds and flu
  • Siberian ginseng, botanical name Eleutherococcus senticosus, is an adaptogen, meaning that with use, your body is better able to adapt to physical, environmental and emotional stress
  • While scientists may disagree on the abilities of this root, sometimes called eleuthero, a plethora of studies reveal it to have antioxidant, antibacterial, radiation-shielding and insulin-lowering capabilities
  • American and Asian (Korean) ginseng have botanical references of Panax in their names, and the plant chemicals they contain are not the same as those in Siberian ginseng

By Dr. Mercola

Siberian ginseng may be the common term for the versatile root recognized in ancient Eastern cultures as a powerful medicinal, but the botanical term, or at least part of it, is eleuthero. The entire scientific designation is Eleutherococcus senticosus, and it’s been used for thousands of years for overall longevity, endurance and to boost immunity.

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