What Is Eleuthero?
January 26, 2022
Eleuthero, also known as Siberian ginseng, is a medicinal plant native to Northeastern Asia. Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine have used eleuthero for thousands of years to strengthen and balance qi (or chi) energy. Eleuthero was one of the first herbs to be recognized as an adaptogen and has since been studied around the globe for its myriad potential wellness benefits.*
Boost your vitality and strengthen your vital life force energy with a cup of delicious eleuthero tea:
- Honey Ginseng Green Tea: This tasty infusion contains both eleuthero and Panax ginseng, blended with a base of green tea, linden blossoms and a touch of honey for subtle sweetness.
- get charged® – No. 3 Herb Tea for Energy: Regardless of your athletic abilities, this rooibos-based blend of eleuthero, Panax ginseng, ashwagandha and gotu kola will help you get charged both physically and mentally.
- Ginseng Peppermint Herbal Tea: A healthy blend of eleuthero, peppermint, cinnamon, licorice and echinacea root, our Ginseng Peppermint Herbal Tea has a naturally sweet, smooth, pleasing flavor.
Wellness Benefits of Eleuthero
Eleuthero is believed to act as an adaptogen — a special category of medicinal herbs that help the body resist the effects of stress.* Specifically, eleuthero is thought to support physical endurance, stamina, reflexes, concentration and energy.*
Studies have demonstrated that eleuthero may boost athletic performance.* In fact, athletes were among the earliest adaptors when eleuthero first appeared in the global marketplace.
Additionally, eleuthero may support a healthy immune response and help the body resist the effects of mild to moderate fatigue.*
Eleuthero Origins and History
Eleuthero is native to the coniferous mountain thickets of China, Korea, Japan, Russia and other regions of Northeastern Asia. It has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and other folk healing practices. Eleuthero is considered to be energetically warming and relates to the heart, kidney and spleen meridians (pathways through which qi or vital life force energy flows).
Russian scientists brought global attention to eleuthero in the 1960s when they published research about the herb’s potential health benefits. In fact, the term “adaptogen” was coined by a Soviet scientist who first used the word to describe the properties of eleuthero. Thus, “Siberian ginseng” was marketed as the world’s first adaptogen. Despite this nickname, eleuthero is not related to Panax ginseng, also known as Asian ginseng.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.