Siberian Ginseng Spagyric
Siberian Ginseng Spagyric is a powerful tonic herb with an impressive range of health benefits. Unlike many herbs with a medicinal use, it is more useful for maintaining good health rather than treating ill health. Research has shown that it stimulates resistance to stress and so it is now widely used as a tonic in times of stress and pressure
Siberian ginseng is a premier example of a group of herbs known as adaptogens. Adaptogens help the body adapt to a wide range of internal and external stress factors, including sickness, lack of sleep, stress, and overwork, while enhancing physical and mental performance, endurance and overall vitality. It also assists with overworking and exposure to environmental toxins.
Specifications for Siberian Ginseng Spagyric
|Botanical Name||Eleutheroccus senticcosus|
|Other Names||Acanthopanax and Eleutherococcus|
|Ingredients||Spagyric of Siberian Ginseng.
Contains alcohol: Triple sifted spirit for extraction and preservation.
|Spagyric difference||Alchemical and advanced laboratory processes that maintain the integrity of the essential oils, tincture mineral salts, as well as the vital essence. This creates a unique substance that includes the physical and enhanced healing benefits of the plant.|
|Produced||In the United States by a qualified alchemist.|
|Extraction||Specific technique in accordance with Paracelcus and the hermetic philosophy, which includes slow cold extractions, long maceration, burning, astrological and energetic alignment.|
|Organic Status||Organic or wild harvested|
|Country of Origin|
|Minimum Suggested Use||(Each bottle contains one months supply if taken at the adult suggested quantity)
Age 0-3 = 1 drop
Age 3-5 = 2 drops
Age 5-8 = 3 drops
Age 8-12 = 4 drops
Adults 5 drops
Can be taken up to 3 times a day. Some formulas indicate up to 10 drops once per day (indicated on the label)
|Precautions||Avoid during acute infectious disease such as the flu. Should be taken for a maximum of 6 weeks with a 2 week break. Can cause insomnia, hypertension and headaches in people with cardiovascular disease (especially hypertension).|