Ginseng comes in three main varieties. American ginseng, Siberian ginseng and Korean ginseng. While all are considered adaptogens and very beneficial to health, they each have their own unique properties.
Today, let’s talk about Siberian ginseng. Though called ginseng, it technically is not a true ginseng. It does not belong to the same genus of plants that Korean and American ginseng do.
Never the less, it has many of the same properties of ginseng.
Siberian ginseng’s real name is eleutherococcus senticosus, sometimes called eleuthero. This type of ginseng is much less expensive than the other two types and is much easier to grow.
Eleuthero gained popularity in the west around 1950. I. I. Brekhman, a scientist from Russia, performed many experiments on the effects of Eleuthero. He determined that healthy men and women reacted favorably to this herb.
Subjects taking Siberian ginseng were better able to endure stress (mental and physical), while performing better in mental performance tests. The subjects were also better able to resist disease.
We have the former Soviet Union to thank for much of the scientific research done with Siberian ginseng. This ginseng has the ability to increase activity in helpful killer cells and helper cells. This boosts the immune system and makes anyone taking it better to stay healthy. It also exhibits anti-viral action.
Many people undergoing cancer therapy take Siberian ginseng to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.
As an adaptogen, Siberian ginseng is able to exert a normalizing effect on the entire body and mind. It is non-toxic and can be used safely by most everyone.
To be the most effective, this type of ginseng must be at least two years old. Compare this with the four years for American ginseng and six years for Korean ginseng.
As with the other two types of ginseng, the older the root, the more expensive and potent it becomes.
Siberian ginseng is well liked by athletes, as it has a noticeable anti-fatigue effect on the body and mind. It increases strength and makes a person better able to handle demanding tasks.
Many students take Siberian ginseng while studying. It helps keep the mind clear and focused for longer periods of time.
It’s great to start taking this ginseng right before cold and flu season starts. It can really help you avoid these annoying conditions.
Siberian ginseng is wonderful for any hard working, hard thinking person. It’ll really pick you up.
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