The western name of the plant comes from the Chinese name "renshen", which translates as "man-root". This is not without reason, as the shape of the plant resembles such a figure. The first references to ginseng are from the 1st century BC in the work 'Shenong Roots and Herbs'. It was brought to Europe in the 16th century by Dutch merchants. Its exceptional importance is evidenced by the fact that in the 19th century ginseng root was eighteen times more valuable than gold.
Siberian ginseng, also known as Eleutherococcus senticosus, is a plant native to north-east Asia, commonly used in herbal medicine. They are known for their potential adaptogenic properties. It is often used in the form of herbal supplements or extracts. It is important to stress that Siberian ginseng should not be confused with other ginseng species such as Panax ginseng or American ginseng, as they have different properties and effects.
Ingredients: 100% Siberian ginseng root (Eleutherococcus senticosus radix concisus).
This product may contain traces of cereals containing gluten, celery, mustard, sesame, peanuts and other types of nuts.
Usage: 1-2 tablespoons of Siberian ginseng in 1 glass of boiling water, leave for 45 minutes and strain. Take 200 ml 2 times a day.
Store in a dry, dark room with a humidity of up to 75 %, at a temperature of not more than +25°C.
Net content: 50 g