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Organic Siberian Ginseng – Premium Tincture

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Let Nature give you an energy boost! Siberian ginseng (or eleuthero) is a natural stimulant, traditionally taken to help increase energy, reduce fatigue and improve cognitive function.1

Our high-concentration, full-spectrum Siberian ginseng root tincture is 100% organic and has been grown and produced here in the UK specifically for Chuckling Goat.

Our premium tinctures are made using medical grade alcohol. We never add any chemicals, additives or preservatives and bottle our product in a UV protective green glass bottle with a convenient fast-flow dropper.

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  • 1:3 30% 100ml (100ml bottle, 30% ABV. Made of 1 part herb to 3 parts alcohol)
  • High-concentration, full-spectrum Siberian ginseng root tincture
  • 100% organic. Grown and produced in the UK
  • Medical grade alcohol
  • Vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, non-GMO
  • Chemical, additive & preservative free
  • UV protective green glass bottle with fast-flow dropper
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Why take Siberian ginseng and what are the benefits?

People may take this herb for its notable physical effects. For example, some athletes use eleuthero to enhance athletic performance. Others take it to get through physically demanding work days.2

Siberian ginseng is used in traditional medicines as an adaptogen, a compound that helps the body better handle and adapt to stress. It also acts as a stimulant, increasing nervous system function.3

According to Medical News Today, potential health benefits of Siberian ginseng include:

  • Increasing energy and reducing fatigue
  • Improving cognitive function
  • Enhancing exercise
  • Healing wounds and preventing ulcers
  • Increasing low blood pressure
  • Reducing osteoporosis
  • Managing menopause
  • Reducing or limiting respiratory tract infections
  • Improving lymphatic function
  • Preventing and repairing nerve damage
  • Lowering or stabilizing blood sugar levels

Read the science here.

What is Siberian ginseng and how do I take it?

Siberian ginseng is the common name for Eleuthro (Eleutherococcus senticosus or Acanthopanax senticosus), a small, woody shrub belonging to the Araliaceae plant family that has been used medically for at least 2,000 years.

Our Siberian ginseng wellness supplement is a premium tincture that extracts organic herb into medical-grade alcohol to provide the fastest, most efficient results; it’s absorbed into the system more quickly than powders or tablets.

Recommended dosage: 1 ml (15 – 20 drops) in 200 ml of water, 3 times daily.

We recommend that after six weeks of daily use, you take a two week break.

Contraindications

This product contains pharmaceutical-grade alcohol so is not recommended for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women or anyone who wishes to avoid alcohol.

Always check with your doctor before taking a new herbal remedy, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medication or have an ongoing medical condition.

How does Siberian ginseng work?

Siberian ginseng, or Eleuthero is a stimulant, increasing nervous system function. It also belongs to a very special category of plants called adaptogens,4 which help your body to handle physical, chemical or biological stress by working on the HPA (hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenals) axis.5 This is significant because chronic stress is known to contribute to health concerns including the common cold, weight gain, heart disease, sleep problems, depression, ulcers, digestive issues, impaired healing ability and back/neck/shoulder pain.6

What is Siberian ginseng used for?

Eleuthero demonstrates an ability to improve physical stamina and mental sharpness, similar to caffeine but without an impending crash.7 According to the book, Botanical Medicine for Women’s Health, “Clinical findings also have suggested that patients with moderate fatigue in chronic fatigue syndrome may benefit from use of Eleuthero, and that older adults may safely experience improvement in some aspects of mental health and social functioning after four weeks of therapy.”

What is a herbal tincture?

Tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts made by soaking some part of a plant in alcohol, which works to pull out or “extract” the active ingredients in the plant parts, concentrating them as a liquid. This liquid can then be consumed by adding 15-20 drops into a small amount of water.

Tinctures have been around for millennia and are a key component of traditional herbal medicine. Tinctures make it easy to consume the natural health-boosting chemicals found in some plants. An estimated 80 percent of the world population relies on tinctures for at least some of their healthcare needs.8

Our premium organic herbal tinctures are made right here in the UK, by soaking one part certified organic Siberian Ginseng root in three parts 30% alcohol.

We use a medical grade alcohol which is grain-derived, pure 95.5% ethanol with a distilled water 4.5% additional, adhering to the British and European pharmacopoeia monograph specification. It is approved for use in medicine production and perfectly safe for human consumption.

How much Siberian ginseng should I take daily?

Our Siberian ginseng is in tincture form, which is an alcohol-based liquid extract. We recommend that you take 15 – 20 drops, up to three times daily, mixed into a small amount of water between meals. We do not recommend taking Siberian ginseng immediately before bedtime as it may boost your energy and make it difficult to sleep. According to the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, for chronic conditions, such as stress or fatigue, Siberian ginseng is sometimes taken for three months, followed by three to four weeks off.

References

  1. Medical News Today - "12 potential health benefits of eleuthero". Written by Miho Hatanaka, RDN, L.D. on August 23, 2017
    link to articlehttps://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319084#what-is-eleuthero
  2. Helathline - "What Are the Health Benefits of Eleuthero?". Written by Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D., MSN, R.N., IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT on August 2, 2017
    link to articlehttps://www.healthline.com/health/eleuthero#benefits
  3. Medical News Today - "12 potential health benefits of eleuthero". Written by Miho Hatanaka, RDN, L.D. on August 23, 2017
    link to articlehttps://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319084#what-is-eleuthero
  4. Holistic Nursing Practice - "Deconstructing an adaptogen: Eleutherococcus senticosus". Written by Tracy Lee Bleakney on July 22, 2008
    link to articlehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18607235/
  5. Time - "What Are Adaptogens and Why Are People Taking Them?". Written by Jamie Ducharme on February 28, 2018
    link to articlehttps://time.com/5025278/adaptogens-herbs-stress-anxiety/
  6. AARP - "Stress! Don't Let It Make You Sick". Written by Elizabeth Agnvall on November 13, 2014
    link to articlehttps://www.aarp.org/health/healthy-living/info-2014/stress-and-disease.html
  7. TraceGains - "Eleuthero".
    link to articlehttp://publix.aisle7.net/publix/assets/nutritional-supplement/eleuthero/how-it-works
  8. Healthline - "What You Need to Know About Herbal Tinctures". Written by Alan Carter, Pharm.D. on August 28, 2019
    link to articlehttps://www.healthline.com/health/what-is-a-tincture#benefits