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Siberian Tiger Ginseng

NPN: 80004434, 80002077

Helps relieve general debility, fatigue and grogginess.


  • An “adaptogen” traditionally used to relieve general debility and fatigue.
  • Used for reductions in high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, general heart health.
  • Used as a good stress reducer and cold/flu energizer

500mg | 100 tablets, 850mg | 100, 200 tablets

Fantastic product!! We both [my husband and I] used to take this supplement during flu season…to boost energy and increase resistance to sickness. Works awesome! -Tatiana

Features Ingredients

Siberian Tiger Ginseng has been studied to help lower feelings of stress (as an adaptogen), and provide a calmative effect on the nerves.

Historically used within Traditional Chinese Medicine, Siberian Tiger Ginseng helps to relieve the symptoms of general debility, including fatigue and lower energy levels.


RECOMMENDED USE OR PURPOSE: Used in Herbal Medicine as a tonic to help relieve general debility and/or to aid during convalescence. Used in Herbal Medicine to help improve mental and/or physical performance after periods of mental and/or physical exertion.

Siberian Ginseng Root Powder (Eleutherococcus senticosus) ……………. 850 mg

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmellose Sodium, Magnesium Stearate (Non-GMO Vegetable Source), Dicalcium Phosphate.

Take 1 tablet 3 times per day.

DURATION OF USE: Consult a health care practitioner for use beyond one month.

CAUTIONS: Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding; or if you have any type of acute infection. Do not use if you have high blood pressure.

CONTAINS NO: Dairy, egg, artificial preservatives, colours, yeast, artificial sweeteners, wheat, soya, gluten, corn, or GMO ingredients.

Siberian Tiger ginseng is not part of the actual Ginseng family? It has similar properties to a ginseng being an adaptogen, hence it is known as a “ginseng.”