Siberian Ginseng Extract Superior Benefits

Siberian Ginseng Extract Nutritional Benefits

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Siberian Ginseng extract is a tremendous natural herbal remedy designed to give people various nutritional benefits. Great for men, women, and children can take Siberian Ginseng for medicinal purposes. 

Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus Senticosus) roots are used traditionally for energy, ambition, and grown in southeast Russia and Northern China (Indigo Herbs). The plant is high in fiber and takes years to cultivate a very expensive harvest (Dr Health Benefits). 

SG Popular for Relieving Stress

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Peer reviewed studies show this particular form of ginseng is popular because it's an adaptogen (Natural Medicine Journal). Relieving stress naturally makes this a safe way to relieve a common ailment among people.

SG is also known as eleuthero. Besides relieving stress, the herb has many additional health benefits for both men and women. 

Contains Eleutherosides and Ginsenosides

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Eleutherosides are unique to Siberian Ginsengs within the large family of Panax Ginsengs and come with at least 12 different benefits for the human body. Optimizing your cardiovascular system, prevents cancer, immunity support, and increases circulation to name a few.  

Ginsenosides are unique to the entire ginseng family and come packed with many healthy attributes. Great for your liver, colon, lungs, anti-aging benefits, brain, and relevant in preventing and treating Parkinsons disease.  

Besides the elutherosides and ginsenosides within the herbal plant, this particular form of ginseng also provides additional benefits for the body. 

Raises Blood Pressure in Children Suffering from Hypotension

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Siberian ginseng extract raised the blood pressure of children aged 7 - 10 suffering from hypotension ( Siberian Ginseng is not recommended for children and infants as it may bring harm to them (WebMD). I believe WebMD is referring to regular ginseng use, not used for specific medicinal use overseen by a Dr. 

Siberian Ginseng prevents colds and flu (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center). I am not sure if you have to put away your flu shot but it's definitely scientifically proven to prevent it. When combined with andrographis, it may work better for colds than echinacea (Bulzoni).  

Its anti-inflammatory properties helped patients relieve pain and improved physical function for patients with knee osteoarthritis (Park et al.)

Used regularly as an anti-ulcer treatment experts believe this plant can be used in the future as an anticancer drug (Price). Used primarily for exercise and strength also helping people to recover quickly from fatigue (Patel). 

Additionally, it is used as a clinical application for ADHD, anorexia, lower back pain, atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and debility. Scientifically proven and researched to work for these particular ailments. 

SG is a must have to improve your overall health. Naturally safe to consume but make sure to consult your Dr when used as an extract. 

Works Cited

Natural Medicine Journal. “Siberian Ginseng: A Review of the Literature.”, 24 Mar. 2014, “Siberian Ginseng.”,, 2019,

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. “Siberian Ginseng.” Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 2009,

Bulzoni, Susan. “Siberian Ginseng.”, 4 Aug. 2016, Accessed 15 Dec. 2022.

Park, Sung-Hoon, et al. “Effects of AIF on Knee Osteoarthritis Patients: Double-Blind, Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study.” The Korean Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology: Official Journal of the Korean Physiological Society and the Korean Society of Pharmacology, vol. 13, no. 1, 1 Feb. 2009, pp. 33–37,, 10.4196/kjpp.2009.13.1.33. Accessed 15 Dec. 2022.

Indigo Herbs. “Siberian Ginseng Benefits.” Indigo Herbs,

Price, Annie. “Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng) Benefits, Dosage and Side Effects.” Dr. Axe, 12 Dec. 2018, Accessed 16 Dec. 2022.

Dr Health Benefits. “20 Health Benefits of Siberian Ginseng Root (No.11 Is Secret).”, 30 Sept. 2017, Accessed 16 Dec. 2022.

Kamal Patel, M. P. H. “Eleuthero Research Analysis.”, 28 Sept. 2022, Accessed 16 Dec. 2022.

WebMD. “Siberian Ginseng Root Extract Oral: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Pictures, Warnings & Dosing - WebMD.”, Accessed 16 Dec. 2022.


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