Product information Eleutherococcus tincture

The Siberian ginseng grows in eastern Russia and in Asia. It is a tough bush. The branches are full of spines. The plant belongs to the Araliaceae family and is reminiscent of our blackberry in various respects. Eleutherococcus is an important herb from the Buhner protocol.

Due to the European legislation on health claims we are only allowed to make limited announcements about the application and functioning of this valuable herbal product. If you still want to receive information on this, we advise you to contact us.
Dosage and use

Average treatment Build up slowly to 3 x 20 drops per day.
Intensive treatment (Buhner-protocol) Build up to 3 x 30 to 3 x 60 drops per day.
  Or according to your therapist's prescription.​

For children, adjust the dosage downwards (in relation to body weight). Do not exceed the recommended maximum daily dose. Siberian ginseng has no side effects.
Duration of the treatment
Take 30 to 60 days and then take a break for 2 or 3 weeks.

Composition and orgin
Siberian ginseng. Latin name: Eleutherococcus senticosus.
This tincture is slightly cloudy by nature.
Undiluted mother tincture of the dried roots. Strength 1: 5. Organic alcohol 70%. The tincture is organically produced by Biosfeer in Groede and is EKO and Skal certified NL-BIO-01 Skal026872.

Keep tightly closed, at room temperature and keep out of reach of children.
Eleutherococcus tincture is not a medicine but a herbal preparation.
A dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
This product information cannot replace the advice of a doctor or therapist. For all other questions consult your therapist or contact us.

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