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1. Dried Siberian Ginseng Root is also called Eleutherococcus senticosus or acanthopanax root, Chinese name is Ci Wu Jia. Siberian ginseng is a plant. People use the root of the plant to make medicine.
2. Siberian ginseng is often called an "adaptogen." This is a non-medical term used to describe substances that can supposedly strengthen the body and increase general resistance to daily stress.
3. Siberian ginseng tea has been a staple in several traditional medicine systems for thousands of years. Siberian ginseng is often called "eleuthero", a shortened version of its botanical name: Eleutherococcus senticosus.
4. Don't confuse Siberian ginseng with other types of ginseng. Siberian ginseng is not the same herb as American or Panax ginseng. Be careful about which product you choose. American and Panax ginseng can be a lot more expensive. It is said that years ago, the Soviet Union wanted to provide its athletes with the advantages offered by ginseng but wanted a less expensive version. So, Siberian ginseng became popular, and this is why most studies on Siberian ginseng have been done in Russia.
5. Siberian ginseng is available as liquid extracts, solid extracts, powders, capsules, and tablets, and as dried or cut root for tea.
6. We have different cut size Ci Wu jia, and provide bulk or small package , 2 or 4 oz , provide OEM service with buyer's labels.
7. All the Eleutherococcus senticosus is natural wild growing , Sun dried and manual selection .
Real pictures of Siberian Ginseng Root Used for Tea
What are the benefits of Eleuthero? There are many, including the following:
1. Natural Adaptogen
Eleuthero belongs to a very special category of healing plants called adaptogens. What are adaptogens? They are plants that are able to help balance, restore and protect the body.
2. Physical Stamina and Mental Alertness
Eleuthero demonstrates an ability to improve physical stamina and mental sharpness similar to caffeine but without an impending crash.
3. Colds and Flu
Eleuthero root benefits also include its proven ability to help fight viruses that cause the common cold as well as the flu.
4. Learning and Memory
These active components of Siberian ginseng have previously been shown to improve memory, boost human cognition and relieve fatigue.
5. Anti-Cancer Potential
In countries like China, Japan, Korea, and Russia, people commonly used Siberian ginseng for its anti-fatigue, anti-inflammation, anti-stress, anti-ulcer and cardio-boosting qualities. Now recent research is pointing towards the ability of this impressive plant to fight cancer.
Chinese nameCi Wu Jia
English NameSiberian Ginseng Root
Latin NameAcanthopanax senticosus
SpecificationWhole Root, Cut Slice, Bio Powder,Extract Powder
Main originJilin, China
Main functionAntifatigue, Smooth the Nerve, Stretgh the Immune System
Active ingredientEleutheroside
ApplicationMedicine,Health Care Food, Tea Drinks
Packing2oz/bag, 4oz/bag,1kg/bag, 20kg/carton, as per buyers request
How to Make Eleuthero tea from Dried root?
The following is a guide on how to make Siberian ginseng tea from raw roots:
1. Bring some purified water to a boil.
2. Remove from heat and pour into serving cup.
3. Use a potato peeler to shave the ginseng root into slivers.
4. Place about a tablespoon of the shavings into a stainless steel tea ball.
5. Place the tea ball into the hot (not boiling) water.
6. Allow to steep for five minutes and enjoy.Loose Herbal price


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