Eleuthero Root Powder (Formerly Siberian Ginseng) - , Organic

Herbs: Eleuthero Root (Formerly Siberian Ginseng) - Powder, Organically Grown

Common Name: Ginseng
Latin Name: Eleutherococcus senticosus
Origin: Korea/Europe

Eleuthero Root Powder, (commonly known as Siberian Ginseng) contains compounds that help the body respond more quickly to stress. Eleuthero Root has also been shown to increase endurance, and improve memory and appetite.

Customer Reviews

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Eleuthero Root and Spirulina
by Kristie on Mar 17, 2014

I was wondering if you have herd or know if Eleuthero root or Spirulina will cause stool changes to be a dark purpleish color? Those are the only new herbs I have been using. The whole family is using them but only one of us has had stool changes and I can not find any info on that. Thank You.

    Re: Eleuthero Root and Spirulina
    by Bulk Herb Store on Mar 18, 2014

    I have not heard of that before, it may have been something the family member ate that change the stool color though. Thanks!

Raw Energy Bites
by Rasa on Feb 5, 2014

I want to make raw energy bites SOOOOO BAD (pregnancy craving)... but I don't have any of this root on hand yet to make it. Can the bites be made without it until I can get it????? Would wheat germ be a bad/good sub?? Thanks!

    Re: Raw Energy Bites
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 12, 2014

    You could definitely make it without the Eleuthero root. It just adds a good energy and brain boost when taken with the energy bites. Thanks!

What is the difference between root and powder
by jbw883 on Jan 23, 2014

What is the difference between root and powder? Is buying the root or powder the same as buying this in pill form? Is it standardized? How do you recommend ingesting the powder?

    Re: What is the difference between root and powder
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jan 31, 2014

    Hello, we sell both the powder and the root in order to provide different forms of ingesting. The root would be best to make tinctures with. The powder would be easily taken in capsules, it just depends on how you want to take it. You could take the powder in smoothies or drinks or in capsules as well. Thanks!

Grinding Eleuthero Root into Powder
by Gretchen on Dec 30, 2013

I have the actual root... would I be able to grind it into a powder myself? I'd like to save the $ and not have to buy the powder of something I already have. Thanks!!

    Re: Grinding Eleuthero Root into Powder
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jan 2, 2014

    Yes, you can grind your own eleuthero root. You can use a coffee grinder or something that's heavy duty!

Is this safe for cats?
by Jessica on Nov 24, 2013

I have a cat who has lost 1lb since I adopted her a month ago and I'm not sure why, she has access to plenty of high quality food (better than she was getting at the rescue even!) she's been all checked over and the vet said she's in good shape, and I provide her a relaxing and quiet environment in the home. But she just doesn't seem to eat very much and is also very lethargic. Would it be a good idea to mix this in her food to perk her up a bit? Also she's only 8 lbs how much would you recommend me giving her? If not would you recommend something else instead? I'm worried that she's depressed or something.

    Re: Is this safe for cats?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 25, 2013

    From what I read, it looks like you can give this to cats as a tea to help calm them and to help stimulate appetites as well! Because this an herb that is easy to take and digest in felines, some pet owners find its calming applications are useful. There are no known side effects in cats who take ginseng. The herb can be given whole and fresh, dried or in capsules. Since I am not a vet, I cannot give out dosage instructions. Thanks!

Storing Eleuthero root power
by Kerri on Nov 4, 2013

What is the best way to store the power?

    Re: Storing Eleuthero root power
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 4, 2013

    You can store it in the refrigerator or freezer but it's not required. Storing it in an air tight container (to keep bugs out) would be ideal as well!

by Audrey Murray on Sep 14, 2013

Is ginseng fine in small amts. and only occasional use for someone with high blood pressure?

    Re: Ginseng
    by Bulk Herb Store on Sep 17, 2013

    Ginseng is great to use as an immune booster and is also used as an energy boost. As far as high blood pressure, we are not Medical Professionals and cannot give dosages. Thanks.

by Sandy on Jul 20, 2013

Butcher's Broom Root Powder
Herbs: Eleuthero Root Powder (formerly Siberian Ginseng) Organic

I am unsure of these herbs, I am allergic to Camomile, (like itching powder, Nausea,) and echinacea (very nauseated) also some problems with Lavender,(like itching powder) are Butchers broom and Eleuthero related to any of these or macadamia (like itching powder)nuts. Thank you

    Re: allergies
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jul 24, 2013

    From the research I have done, none of the herbs you mentioned are from the same family so they would not be related.

by June on Jun 25, 2013

What is the recommended daily dose? Thanks! June

    Re: Question
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jul 12, 2013

    We cannot give out dosage information since we are not specialized doctors. Be sure to research the amount you need for your body. Thank you!

eleuthero root powder
by Ann on Apr 5, 2013

Is eleuthero root powder safe to consume during pregnancy?

    Re: eleuthero root powder
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 30, 2013

    Yes, Shoshanna uses it in several recipes in the "Making Babies Book."

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