Brazilian ginseng is one of the most highly regarded South American herbs. It is also widely known by the name, Suma
In the last ten years Brazilian ginseng has also become a popular herb amongst Olympic athletes due to its anabolic agents, beta-ecdysterone, and three ecdysteroid glycosides.
Adaptogen, aphrodisiac, restorative, astringent and more.
People wanting to control their blood sugar levels love this food! Those wanting more energy love it! Anyone with hormonal issues loves it. Even those wanting a better sex life love it!
Brazilian ginseng contains a wide range of essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements. Researchers have identified 152 chemical constituents in the root, including 19 amino acids, electrolytic and trace minerals such as iron, magnesium, cobalt, silica and zinc, as well as vitamins A, B-1, B-2, E, K and pantothenic acid.
There are also high levels of the trace element germanium, a powerful natural antioxidant. It is one of the richest sources of B-Ecdysterone, contains Allantoin and the hormones sitosterol and stipmasterol. We can't tell you why you may want to take food containing these hormones, but Google can!
To date, there are no reports regarding the toxicity and there are no known side effects but we would not recommend use if pregnant or nursing as there is no evidence either way of safety.
Instructions for use / dosages
Recommended dosage is 500 to 1,000 mg taken up to two to three times per day.
Powder: take approximately 1 -2 teaspoons up to three times a day.
For body building or weightlifting researchers recommended 500 mg. for every 40 lbs. of body weight, spread out evenly in two divided doses, for the maximum gain in muscle strength and size.
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