By its action, many people compare Eleutherococcus with ginseng, the popularity and benefits of which are undeniable. It is even sometimes called that - Siberian ginseng.
Eleutherococcus can be considered an excellent natural adaptogen that allows the body to resist many diseases. It stimulates the central nervous system, increases mental and physical performance, somewhat increases visual acuity and hearing, has a general strengthening effect on the human body.
Doctors most often recommend using Eleutherococcus at low pressure, great fatigue, after many previous diseases for a faster recovery of the body, depletion of the nervous system. That is, if in the fall, winter or spring you do not have the strength to work as usual, communicate with family and friends, you should try taking Eleutherococcus. Its price is very low and affordable even for the lowest paid professions, but it invigorates, gives energy, one might even say, the desire to do something useful.
Eleutherococcus is available in tincture (liquid form) and tablets. Approximate dosage: 20-40 drops for adults, Eleutherococcus is not recommended for children under 12 years old. If you feel that the dose you have taken is not enough for you, you can slightly increase it, but perhaps due to individual characteristics, this dose will have to be reduced. It is important to remember that it is worth taking this remedy only in the morning because of the possibility otherwise simply not to fall asleep in the evening because of its stimulating effect.
Based on its action, with extreme caution, Eleutherococcus should be used for those who suffer from high blood pressure, allergies, heart problems, increased excitability, and sleep problems.
Interestingly, Eleutherococcus is also used for external use in the treatment of seborrhea, hair loss. A decoction of Eleutherococcus is sometimes recommended for rinsing hair.
Also, in order to invigorate the body, you can recommend not the usual tincture of Eleutherococcus, but tea from this plant.