Lamberts Siberian Ginseng has pronounced effects on the adrenal glands helping to address concerns of fatigue and stress, increase energy and improve cognitive function.
As a stimulant, Siberian Ginseng may increase the ability of muscles to do work, especially during periods of intense physical activity.
Siberian ginseng has been shown to lower blood sugar levels which makes it a useful herb for those with Type II diabetes and this herb can also be used alongside most medications for sugar control however you should always monitor your blood sugar levels using testing strips.
Traditionally used to increase sexual desire, research seems to indicate that Siberian ginseng does have an influence on the female sex hormones.
Arthritis is a debilitating and painful disease where anti-inflammatory drugs seem to be frequently prescribed. Siberian ginseng has been shown to alleviate painful joints and muscles. A word of caution: Siberian ginseng should not be taken by people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis due to its immune enhancing properties.
These are just some of the uses of Siberian ginseng and there are many other reported benefits of Siberian ginseng where it has been used to treat headaches, backache, normalising menstruation, easing childbirth, countering hot flushes during menopause, helping weight loss and improving skin health.
This herb is also known as Eleutherococcus and is a product that developed as a result of the search by the Russians for an alternative to Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng).
For more information read the article written by Shabir Daya - The Benefits of Siberian Ginseng
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