Siberian Ginseng Tea - Organic
Organic Siberian Ginseng is an Holistic & Traditional (TCM) Tea that Naturally Improves Vitality & Best Overall Wellness for Both Men & Womens Wellbeing.
Organic Siberian Ginseng is a Woody Root Tea and Famous, Holistic Wellness Tonic. A Balancing and Resilience Activating, Must Have for the Home Wellbeing Pantry and Perfect for the Lover of Fitness and Endurance Athlete.
Also known as:
Acanthopanax Obovatus, Acanthopanax Obovatus Hoo, Acanthopanax senticosus, Ci Wu Jia, Ciwujia, Ciwujia Root, Ciwujia Root Extract, Devil's Bush, Devil's Shrub, Eleuthero Extract, Eleuthero Ginseng, Eleuthero Root, Eleutherococci Radix, Eleutherococcus senticosus, Ginseng Root, Ginseng Siberiano, Hedera senticosa, North Wu Jia Pi, Phytoestrogen, Prickly Eleutherococcus, Russian Root, Shigoka, Siberian Eleuthero, Siberian Ginseng, Thorny Bearer of Free Berries, Touch-Me-Not, Untouchable, Ussuri, Ussurian Thorny Pepperbrush, Wild Pepper, Wu Jia Pi, Wu-jia.
A Traditionally Chinese (TCM) Herb that is Known As, But Not a True Ginseng, As True Ginseng Grows as a Ground Cover, When Organic Siberian Ginseng is a Shrub that Grows to 6 Feet Tall in China and Russia.
Schisandra Berry and Organic Siberian Ginseng Harmoniously Work Well Together and are Perfect for Endurance Athletes. Just be sure to take the Herb for at Least 8 Weeks for Best Sports Wellness Results.
Dosage - 1 Tsp Per Cup.
Preparation - The First Method for Making Siberian Ginseng Tea is to Pour Boiling Water Over 1 Teaspoon of Organic Siberian Ginseng and Steep for 5 to 10 Minutes.
Decoction - For a More Medicinal Effect - Boil Siberian Ginseng Tea with 3 Cups of Water and Simmer for 15 to 20 Minutes, Strain and Let Cool.
Precaution - Traditionally the use of Siberian Ginseng has Not been linked to Any Serious Side Effects and there is Minimal Danger Involved in the use of the Herbal and Holistic Remedy.
A Minuscule Portion of users have Reported Very Mild and Transient Diarrhoea as a Possible Side Effect of Using this Herb.
When taken Very Close to Sleeping Hours, Siberian Ginseng Might Possibly Induce some Sleeplessness and Insomnia in some Individuals.
People Who are Affected by an Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Condition Must Not Take Siberian Ginseng in Any Form.
Do Not Take this Herb if You have Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Lactating Women and Women in a Term of Pregnancy Can Safely use the Siberian Ginseng Without Any Fear of Side Effects.