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Eleuthero

Rhoot Eluthero

Eleutherococcus berries against the background of foliage

Important note:  you must consult with your doctor and do thorough research before attempting to use any new herb. We are not giving this information in an attempt to offer medical advice. We are not medical professionals. While we enjoy opening people up to the world of herbs, and we do our best to provide valuable insight, our instructions and information may be subject to errorherbs are not guaranteed to be effective, and we are not qualified to say how they may or may not impact your health.

Eleuthero

Eleuthero is thought by herbalists to have adaptogenic properties. It seems to be a popular choice for those who are looking to improve their energy levels. It is also sometimes called by the name Siberian Ginseng due to the supposed similarity in effects between this plant and red ginseng root. Those who work with this plant claim that it improves their ability to stay focused on the task at hand. Eleuthero is thought to simultaneously quiet the mind and produces a calming effect while it enhances energy levels. Some also believe this herb might improve physical stamina.

Tasting Notes

Eleuthero is a very neutral tasting herb on its own. It has a mildly sweet taste to it which makes this herb pretty pleasant as a tea when compared to most other adaptogens.

  • Earthy
  • Sweet
  • Mild
  • Gentle

Where You Can Buy Eleuthero

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