Eleutherococcus Senticosus (Siberian Ginseng): An Introduction to the Concept of Adaptogenic Medicine
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By Bruce W. Halstead, M.D. & Loretta L. Hood
Siberian Ginseng, a popular herb available in most health food stores, was described in the sixteenth century as “more desirable than a cartload of gold.” For several decades, Russian and Chinese scientists have investigated this claim, finding that its active constituents (adaptogens) are even more potent that those found in Panaxginseng in combating fatigue and stress. Their work is summarized and made accessible in this easy-to-read volume compiled by Dr. Bruce Halstead and Loretta L. Hood. It contains 179 references.
(Paperback, 94 pgs.)