The eleuthero root or Siberian ginseng emerged as a dietary supplement only in the 20th century. It was found by coincidence and tested in the northern regions of forms USSR as they were looking for a cheaper and easier-to-find replacement for the expensive Chinese ginseng. Soviet researchers discovered that Siberian ginseng is very efficient in improving athletic performance and strengthening your body in times of stress.
The eleuthero root is not actually a ginseng (it is a bush and not a root), but it is a close enough relative to provide similar energy benefits. Furthermore, the Siberian ginseng's effect is more powerful than Asian ginseng in terms of its stimulative effect, which is why it is a better choice for you if you are looking for a "kick" and not a long-term adaptogenic effect.
Siberian ginseng is also used to stimulate recovery after intense exercise, perhaps due to an increased inflow of oxygen into the muscles.
The product is suitable for your if you suffer from chronic fatigue or experience burnout symptoms.
The Soviets also tested its function in extreme winter conditions. The results were mixed, but they did discover Siberian ginseng's potential in slowing down the cold virus.
- Efficient assistance in reducing all types of stress
- Improve cardiorespiratory endurance
- Increases energy in a natural way without a caffeine crash
- Helps to improve VO2 max
- Has antioxidant potential
- May help with burnout
Take 2 capsules daily with sufficient water. Since Siberian ginseng is an adaptogen that loads in the body, it must be taken regularly to gain its effect.
Dietary supplement. Ingredients: Siberian ginseng 850 mg*. Other ingredients: gelatin, calcium carbonate, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide. Net quantity: 120 capsules. *Daily value not established.