Eleuthero Root

Eleuthero Root

Eleuthero Root, Eleutherococcus senticosus, also commonly known as Siberian Ginseng 

Thickets and thorns may break my bones but the eleuthero root will never hurt me… A play on words, but truly an imagery of what you might see if you stumble upon this shrub. It protects itself via a coat of spiky thorns that coat the branches - topped off with a grouping of inedible plump berries. While we choose to grind up the root and use it in powder form, it can also be consumed in a tonic cocktail. Eleuthero Root is used for a few reasons in plant medicine, but mostly commonly to help combat fatigue. We want to source anything that helps us continue to meet all of the demands that our daily lives require. See below for the other benefits.

Evidence based relief and benefits from this superherb:

  • A gentle reminder to the body that it’s not ready to be tired yet - combats fatigue
  • May help to balance hormones, improve heart health, and increase immune response
  • Antioxidant powerhouse - antioxidants don’t like inflammation, so they help alleviate the symptoms from your body
  • May increase physical stamina and maintain energy throughout the day

Eleuthero Root is a tough gal who adds the right amount of strength to our curated blend of magic. To read more about the benefits, sources have been provided to you.

hey freya’s women focused Eleuthero research database

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