Siberian Ginseng (400mg x 120 Capsules) G&G UK

Siberian Ginseng - food supplement that supports mental alertness and memory

Siberian Ginseng is a shrub native to south-eastern Russia, China, Korea and Japan. It grows in the forest and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2000 years, for spleen, kidney and heart health. Siberian ginseng is an adaptogen, meaning it has non-specific normalising effects on physiology, encouraging a rebalancing effect on body tissue, as well as supporting the body and its resistance to stressors. For these reasons, the root has a long history of use for immunity, hormone and stress regulation.

Get Siberian Ginseng along with Gingko Biloba as the Brain Food Bundle for a special price. 

      Siberian Ginseng with no artificial additives

      The quality of Siberian ginseng products varies a lot. Siberian ginseng is often misidentified or contains "adulterants," which are other ingredients that do not contribute to the benefit of the product, but take up space in the product. Silk vine is a common adulterant of Siberian ginseng. Our Siberian ginseng is 100%, with no additives or adulterants whatsoever.

      G&G Siberian Gingseng supplement comes in the form of a vegetable cellulose capsule. This enables us to offer a supplement that does not require any unnecessary chemicals, excipients, binders or unnatural fillers. A vegetable cellulose capsule is designed specifically to break down naturally within the acid of your stomach, ensuring that your body absorbs the nutrients during digestion.

      Research on Siberian Ginseng

      *Check out more research on Siberian Ginseng from the Medical Center of the University of Maryland and HerbWisdom.

      Siberian Ginseng (120 x 400mg capsules)

      Ingredients (per 1 capsule)
      Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) 400mg

      Capsule Shell: Vegetable Cellulose 100mg

      Dosage
      Take 1 to 2 capsules daily with a main meal or as directed by a professional.

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