What is Siberian Ginseng?
Siberian Ginseng, also known as Eleutherococcus Senticosus, is a plant native to Asia and has a long historical use in Chinese and Asian traditional medicine. Siberian Ginseng is often referred to as a popular adaptogen. The term adaptogen is used to describe a substance that is believed to strengthen the body’s resistance to mental and physical stress.
Why take Siberian Ginseng?
Current statistics suggest that at any one time, one in ten people in the UK feel tired or lethargic. Experts suggest that the gentle stimulatory effects provided by Siberian Ginseng may help to improve the body’s resistance to stress and boost vitality and wellbeing.
Premium quality extracts
Our popular standardised extract from the Siberian Ginseng plant contains concentrated levels of the root's active ingredients, called Eleutherosides. The caffeine-free energy stimulatory benefits of Siberian Ginseng may help the body to find overall balance.
Siberian Ginseng Powder Extract 29mg (35:1) equivalent to 1000mg, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Dicalcium Phosphate.
Take one to two tablets daily as a food supplement or as directed by a healthcare professional. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if the seal is broken.
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04 June 2012
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Can I take siberian ginseng alongside your vitamin b complex to boost my energy levels?
Yes, Siberian Ginseng and Vitamin B Complex are perfectly safe to take to take in combination, when used within the recommended guidelines.
|Q:||i am taking wellman conception tablets for last 2 weeks so can i also taken siberian ginseng tablets along with the wellman tablets. please tell me asap so then i can order these ginseng tablets from you.
|A:||Yes, Siberian Ginseng is safe to take in combination with Multivitamin tablets, such as Wellman.
|Q:||can i take this (siberian ginseng) alongside horney goat weed (both are your brand)?|
|A:||Yes, as long as you do not exceed the recommended dosages on the label of each product, then there is no problem taking Siberian Ginseng with Horny Goat Weed.
|Q:||hi can you tell me if these come in tablet or capsule form please, many thanks|
This product is in tablet form.
|Q:||Can I take this alongside Menapol as I know this is an ingredient included in Menapol.|
Yes, when combined, Siberian Ginseng 1000mg and Menapol Plus still provide beneficial and safe levels of Siberian Ginseng.
|Q:||Can I take Ginseng whilst taking the Contraceptive Pill?|
There are not any known side effects of taking a Ginseng supplement alongside the Contraceptive Pill. However it is always best advised that you check with your GP or Pharmacist beforehand, as it is a prescribed medication.
|Q:||I have been told by my gp that it is safe to take ginseng with my medication for anxiety but i am aware that ginseng is a stimulant and can have a similar effect as caffeine which can make me shaky, will the ginseng make me buzz a little as that feeling is similar to anxiety and i want to eleviate symptoms not increase them|
We have not had any reports of Siberian Ginseng resulting in this type of feeling, however, supplements can have different effects for different individuals. Siberian Ginseng is popular for its ability to steadily release energy over a period of hours, which should help to avoid the feelings of agitation or anxiety.
|Q:||can i take ginseng with thyroxin and ramipril and propranolol thanks|
We must inform you that at Simply Supplements we are not medically trained and therefore we respectfully advise that if you are taking any prescription medication or you have specific concerns about the suitability of any of our supplements, you should consult your GP or Pharmacist.