Siberian Ginseng P.E
Acanthopanax is also known as Siberian ginseng and has some of the characteristics of Chinese ginseng, but two completely different plants. The plant was first discovered in Siberia and has been used as an herbal medicine by Russia and the Chinese to treat various diseases.
[Product Name] Siberian Ginseng P.E.
[Active Ingredients] Eleutheroside (B+E)
[Physical Properties] It is a brownish yellow powder.
[Source] Acanthopanax senticosus (Rupr. et Maxim.) Dry roots and rhizomes of Harms.
[Chemical Composition] Eleutheroside (B+E) and so on.
[Efficacy] Acanthopanax senticosus extract has the benefits of qi and spleen, kidney and soothe the nerves. For spleen and kidney yang deficiency, physical weakness, loss of appetite, waist and knee pain, insomnia and more dreams.
Acanthopanax is also known as Siberian ginseng and has some of the characteristics of Chinese ginseng, but two completely different plants. The plant was first discovered in Siberia and has been used as an herbal medicine by Russia and the Chinese to treat various diseases. Chinese herbalists believe that this herb has the effect of naturally repairing the body balance, can increase physical and sexual endurance, and can prevent colds and flu.
Laboratory studies have found that this herb helps promote the immune system and shorten the recovery period of viral or bacterial infections. Other small studies have also shown that Acanthopanax has the effect of promoting memory and can improve athletes' athletic ability. In addition, some studies have found that Acanthopanax also has the effect of reducing genital herpes outbreaks.
But more research is still needed to determine the effectiveness of this herb. As with any herbal medicine, it is always wise to consult a doctor before taking such a product. Pregnant women, breastfeeding women, high blood pressure, or people taking digoxigenin should not consume acanthopanax. In addition, Acanthopanax is not suitable for children.