For centuries, the root of the Siberian ginseng plant has been traditionally used for its rejuvenating powers that are said to enhance vitality and sex drive in both men and women.
Its action is to invigorate physical energy, regulate vigour, strengthen the skeleton and tendons, and increase one's energy.
Traditional Chinese Medicine specialises in being able to formulate whichever energy patterns are necessary for patients with herbs. Siberian Ginseng has been added to many formulas, increasing the effect of energy to every area of the body that needed it.
Siberian Ginseng Benefits
Siberian Ginseng is known as an Adaptogen which are a unique group of herbal ingredients which help your body adjust to stressful circumstances, ranging from extreme heat or cold to infections or trauma.
Siberian Ginseng aids in the recovery from strenuous exercise and extreme mental exertion. Its adaptogenic qualities make it a must have herb for those engaged in highly stressful jobs or high energy activities. It is also extremely useful to those working in abnormally high or low temperature environments.
Another important action of an adaptogen is to recharge exhausted adrenal glands - when these glands become over-taxed leading to different systems in the body to break down including our reproductive system.
Classed as a tonic herb and a mild stimulant, Siberian Ginseng has been traditionally known to have the ability to increase your work and sexual capacity after a single dose, increasing both immediate and long term energy.
This adaptable herb can be beneficial to both men and women in the realm of sexual health. In women it supports healthy menstruation and uterine tone. It is often prescribed by herbalists to combat infertility related depression and fatigue.
Offering a fertility boost to men too, a recent study found it significantly raises free testosterone levels resulting in a better sperm count and motility.
Do not take if pregnant, breast feeding or with high blood pressure. Not recommended for those taking Digoxin for heart conditions, or Barbituates for sleep or seizures. Not recommended for those taking oral anti-diabetic drugs, such as Warfarin, heparin and aspirin. Seek Medical advice prior to ingesting if on Medication.