Common name: Eleutherococcus, Siberian Ginseng.

Process for obtaining: Dried roots of the plant, extracted by maceration.

Source: Medicinal plant.

Family : Araliaceae.

Provenance, origin: Asia (mainly Russia, China, Japan, Korea).

Chemical characteristics : Contains active compounds like eleutherosides, polysaccharides and flavonoids.

Dosage form: Capsules, tincture, powder.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : The recommended dosage of eleutherococcus in dietary supplements generally ranges from 300 to 1200 milligrams per day, depending on individual needs.

Missions: Adaptogenic, stimulating, improvement of resistance to stress, physical and mental performance.

Properties : Tonic, immunostimulating, anti-fatigue, anti-stress.

Indications: Fatigue, stress, lack of concentration, improvement of physical and intellectual performance, strengthening of immunity.