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eleuthero

/eleu·the·ro/ (ĕ-loo´thĕ-ro) Siberian ginseng.

Siberian ginseng

Herbal medicine
A plant found in Siberia and China that is similar in effect to Asian (Panax) ginseng and American (Panax quinquefolius) ginseng, but is less intense in its activity. Like the others, Siberian ginseng is used for colds, depression, fatigue, respiratory complaints and to stimulate the immune system.
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Advanced Adrenal Factor also contains liver concentrate, cordyceps, eleuthero, and ashwagandha to support healthy energy levels and enable you to handle everyday stress more effectively.
Nowadays in the phytochemical industry for Eleuthero extract production the whole underground organ is used.
There are other plants that are in the ginseng family, but they are more distantly related to ginseng botanically, such as eleuthero or Siberian Ginseng.
com describes his Energy Support Formula--a mix of eleuthero, cordyceps, and ashwagandha, "all traditional herbs which may give those energy levels the boost you need.
According to a new study, eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus), an herb used for centuries, may be effective for treating some allergies.
A growing body of research has confirmed traditional usage of popular adaptogens such as maca, rhodiola, ashwagandha, Panax ginseng and eleuthero, which will contribute to global growth of the herbal supplements and remedies market, projected to reach $115 billion by 2020 (Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Adaptogens have been shown to improve the stress response and HPA function such as American ginseng, ashwagandha, eleuthero, rhaporticum, rhodiola, and schizandra.
Immune-enhancing herbs such as ginseng and eleuthero have been shown to help prevent viral respiratory infections, including the flu.
Ginseng Wellness Energy tea, for one, combines eleuthero, ginseng and B vitamins to maintain stamina.
Other herbs that aide in glucose utilization are Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia), American ginseng, eleuthero, gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre), fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum), and even garlic and onions.
Another popular remedy created by Andrew Gaeddert is Astra 8, a precise and proprietary blend of astragalus, ligustrum, eleuthero, and ginseng to help boost energy, tone the body's defensive systems, and help the body adapt to stress.
The nutrients she took, which included pantothenic acid, licorice root, adrenal cortex, liver concentrate, cordyceps mycelia, eleuthero root, and ashwagandha root, were able to give them that boost.