A considerable amount of scientific work on the chemistry, pharmacology and clinical effects of Siberian ginseng, (or Eleutherococcus), has been published over the past three decades. It is believed to be an adaptogen, and so is often recommended to combat stress and fatigue. In fact, because it has a caffeine type of action in maintaining that ‘get up and go’ feeling, it is often said to be best taken first thing in the morning. Unlike Panax ginseng, Siberian ginseng does not contain ginsenosides and is therefore regarded as a more ‘gentle’ preparation.
The important ingredients in Siberian ginseng are a group of active compounds referred to as eleutherosides, and in this LAMBERTS product we use an extract that has a guaranteed level of these important compounds. Standardised extracts are favoured by LAMBERTS since the extraction and concentration procedures ensure that the herbal product is far more potent than those products based on powdered whole herb.
These tablets are small and coated to make them tasteless and easy to swallow.