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Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), also known as eleuthero, has been used for centuries in Eastern countries, including China and Russia. Despite its name, it is completely different from American (Panax quinquefolius) and Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng), and has different active chemical components.


The active ingredients in Siberian ginseng, called eleutherosides, may stimulate the immune system.


Siberian ginseng was traditionally used to prevent colds and flu and to increase energy, longevity, and vitality. It is widely used in Russia as an "adaptogen." An adaptogen is a substance that is supposed to help the body better cope with either mental or physical stress.


In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) eleuthero root is used to invigorate qi (chi or energy), strengthen and nourish the spleen and kidney and to balance vital energy. Which makes it a nice Yin restoring herb since both these orhans are Zang(yin) organs within the ZangFu system.


The kidneys  are the home of the Zhi (will), stores essence (jing) which governs birth, growth, reproduction and development. They also produce the Marrow which fills the brain and control the bones. The Kidneys are often referred to as the "Root of Life" or the "Root of the PreHeaven Qi". Imbalnces look like; low back pain, knee problems, excessive/irrational fear, fatigue, urinary frequency, low libido (kidney yang deficiency), restlessness, mild dizziness, and decreased vitality (kidney yin deficiency).


The spleen houses the /yi (intent/thinking), governs muscles and limbs, Pondering, and transportation and absorption. When the Spleen is functioning well, digestion will be good, the muscles will be strong and circulation will be efficient. Dysfunction of the Spleen typically presents as diarrhea, malnutrition, edema, weak/atrophic muscles, greasy taste in the mouth, or excessive bleeding.

Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng) Ens

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    • Eleutero root
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