BEE RICH PRODUCT NOTES
What is Siberian Ginseng and where it is derived?
Siberian Ginseng is derived from the roots of Eleutherococcus Senticosus, a plant found primarily
in Eastern Asia. The Siberian Ginseng plant looks like most other large shrubs. It grows 6 feet
tall and has thorny and spiked branches. It is also known as the, "wild pepper" and "touch- me-
not" in some parts of the world. This plant produces the largest healthiest roots of the Ginseng
related plants. Siberian Ginseng contains niacin, amino acids, carbohydrates, other vitamins and
minerals. For over 2,000 years, Siberian Ginseng has been known as a health giving herb.
Studies show that Siberian Ginseng acts to provide the body with a high level of "adaptogen". An adaptogen promotes the mobilization of your body's energy for a swift recovery from stress.
Athletes around the world use Ginseng for its ability to help improve muscle tone and increase
energy and stamina. They have also found that it helps improve performance and quicker
It is an antioxidant that helps the body fight off free radical cells, ( damaged molecules). Free
radical cell damage is a natural by-product of metabolism and aging. It is increased by our
exposure to pollutants, UV light and our high fat diet. Antioxidants are also known to help in
reducing the incidence of numerous health concerns and the aging process while maintaining an
optimal level of good health. Ginseng has the properties of an anlgesic (pain reducing), an
antipyretic (fever-reducing), and an anti-inflammatory.
Our bodies are a highly efficient and self healing when provided the essential nutrients. With the
busy schedules most people have today many people deprive themselves of the essential nutrients
necessary to maintain optimum health. Royal jelly contains all of the nutrients necessary for the
bee as well as man. Provide your body the essential nutrients that help turn the ordinary into the
extraordinary with the addition of Bee Rich Royal Jelly with Siberian Ginseng.
Siberian Ginseng Up To Date Research On the Fabled Oriental Tonic Herb----Betty Kamen, Ph.D.