Siberian Ginseng (Eleuthrococcus senticosus)

Siberian ginseng is a supportive adaptogen used to improve vitality and stamina.

 


Siberian Ginseng (Eleuthrococcus senticosus) can help with the following

Emergency Care  

Upcoming Surgical Procedure

The use of Siberian Ginseng before surgery may be helpful because it strengthens the body to better withstand stress, such as the surgical procedure you will be undergoing.



Metabolic  

Anorexia / Starvation Tendency

A supportive adaptogen used to improve vitality and stamina.



Tumors, Malignant  

Breast Cancer

Women with inoperable breast cancer given Siberian ginseng were reported to tolerate more chemotherapy. [Medexport, 1984]



 

Melanoma

One study of patients with melanoma found that chemotherapy was less toxic when Siberian ginseng was given simultaneously.



Key

May do some good
Likely to help

Glossary

Adaptogen

Derived from the Greek words adapto, which means to adjust and make suitable, and from the suffix gen, which means producing. An adaptogen, therefore, is a substance that produces suitable adjustments in the body. Adaptogens tend to regulate body functions and when the job is completed, they are eliminated or incorporated into the body without side effects. Adaptogens such as the herbs garlic, ginseng, echinacea, ginkgo, goldenseal, and taheebo are natural substances that benefit the body.

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