Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) is a naturally occurring plant in North and East Asia. In the original environment, it can be found most often in mountainous areas, in mixed and deciduous forests, where it forms dense thickets.
Extracts from Siberian Ginseng are also a valuable ingredient in cosmetics, especially anti-wrinkle creams and face serum.
The easiest and the most effective way of using Siberian Ginseng Root is chewing dried roots. Chew them, then swallow, the longer the better (1g for about 10-15 minutes). In order to improve its taste, it can be chewed with honey. Siberian Ginseng is best to be brewed in a flask or samovar. It can be consumed as other kinds of tea. It is good to drink it with the addition of honey.
How To Use Siberian Ginseng Root Health Embassy
Take half of tbsp of Siberian Ginseng Root (for a better effect it can be ground in a coffee grinder), pour 200ml of boiled water over it and leave for 15 minutes, then strain and drink. Such portion can be brewed two, three times.
1 tbsp of Siberian Ginseng Root pour 200ml of water and bring it to boil. Let it stand covered to infuse for about 45 minutes, then strain. Drink the prepared portion in two doses of 100ml in the morning and around noon.
Pour 0.25 l of spirit vol. 50-70% over 30g of Siberian Ginseng Root, leave in a warm place for at least 4 weeks, shaking it every couple of days. After 4 weeks, add 1 tbsp of honey and use the tincture.
After using tincture up, we can pour the roots over again or chew them up.
50g of Siberian Ginseng Root pour with 150ml of dry red wine. Set aside in a dark place to macerate for 14 days. After two weeks, strain and pour into the destination bottle. Drink 30ml in the morning.
Grind 1-2 grams of Siberian Ginseng Root in a coffee grinder or in a mortar. Brew powdered Siberian Ginseng in a porcelain bowl with a little amount of boiled water in order to get a consistency of mush. Next, apply it on face and neck skin. Leave the mask for 20-30 minutes.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.