Siberian ginseng, scientific name Eleutherococcus Senticosus, has been used for centuries in Eastern countries such as China and Russia as a medicinal plant. Despite its similar name, the Siberian ginseng is completely different from Panax ginseng and has different active chemical compounds. The active ingredients in Siberian ginseng are called eleutherosides, and they may play a role in immune system functions . Siberian ginseng is widely used as an adaptogen, a substance that is thought to provide resistance to physical and mental stress . Siberian ginseng may help to maintain homeostasis and protect against mental exhaustion .
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With a Meal on a Long-Term Basis
300-1200 mg per serving
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