Good evening fellas, I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while now, and the time is finally here. Tonight, I’ll be sharing special information on eleuthero root (Siberian ginseng) benefits.

herbal aphrodisiacs please womenEleuthero Root is a powerful herb that makes a great addition to my stable of aphrodisiacs while on the road.

Over the past several months, I’ve cut back my aphrodisiac usage and have noticed that my desire for women has returned to normal.

On the plus side, I’ve been able to get a ton of work done on this site and my other projects.

Eventually, I’ll be diving back in headfirst and eleuthero root will undoubtedly be part of my regimen.

Yesterday, I shared my post on damiana and explained how vital it is to cycle aphrodisiacs to get a 24/7 libido boost.

The problem with taking the same aphrodisiac for too long straight is that it will lose its effectiveness.

Once you allow your body to build a tolerance, you’ll need to put that herb on the shelf for at least a month before it gives you the full effect again.

In this article, I’ll share my preferred eleuthero dosage, how to use eleuthero root powder, the benefits, my experience, and assorted other thoughts.

First…

What is eleuthero root?

Eleuthero root is another name for Siberian ginseng that focuses on the root of the plant.

Below is a photo of a Siberian ginseng plant:

siberian ginseng

As you can see, it has several elements: fruits, leaves, stems, and of course, the roots which you can’t see in the above photo.

The root is what we’re after.

Most people know that ginseng is used for an energy boost and one of the most well-known herbs for vitality.

Siberian ginseng gets its name since it grows in most of East Asia, extending into Russia.

The herb’s main uses are to combat chronic fatigue, lethargy, and stress, which is the reason its known as an adaptogen herb.

There is research showing the positive effects of eleuthero use including immune boosting properties, cardiovascular endurance boost, and potent fatigue fighter.

These are the types of benefits I look for when I add an herb to my aphrodisiac stack or cycle regimen.

Optimal Eleuthero Dosage

Like most of the herbal aphrodisiacs I take, Siberian ginseng is no different.

I take three “00” capsules on an empty stomach with green tea after I’ve eaten at least one meal that day.

Why with green tea?

I’ve found that green tea shortens the time for the herb to take effect, and it boosts the effects of almost every herb I’ve ever taken.

I also prefer to encapsulate my own herbs because that way I know they’re fresh, and I spend a lot less money in the long run.

To make my own capsules, I use a “00” capsule machine and “00” vegetarian capsules.

That combination has always treated me well in all my years taking herbs.

This way, I also guarantee I’m getting no fillers; I loathe fillers.

Plus, I don’t like ingesting too much gelatin.

If you make your own, it’s also easier to experiment with the dosages to see which dosage treats you the best.

Always remember that a higher dosage does not equal a more powerful effect.

I sometimes take multiple doses throughout the day to keep the effect going strong throughout the day.

How to Use Eleuthero Root Powder

Once you’ve scooped a bag of quality powder and encapsulated it, it’s time to have some fun.

I like to take Siberian ginseng at least an hour before sexual activity, the gym, or I sit down to do some writing.

I’ve noticed that it benefits me in several facets of life.

Eleuthero could easily be considered a nootropic since it boosts concentration by cutting down on stress.

It’s not the most potent aphrodisiac, but it does stack well with other herbs.

When taken alone, I’ve noticed that it helps me last longer and get in the mood quicker.

Eleuthero can also be brewed into a tea or made into a tincture.

I’ve only taken the whole herb encapsulated, and it’s treated me quite well.

Brewing it into a tea does interest me.

If you know how to make a tincture, you may find that a tincture is best for you.

There is one herb that I take in tincture form that does almost nothing for me unless I take it in tincture form.

What can be stacked with Siberian ginseng?

The first time I felt the full effect of eleuthero root coincided with the first time I felt the full effect of horny goat weed.

The first couple of times I took horny goat weed, it did nothing for me.

The third time I tested it, I decided to take it with eleuthero root.

At the time, I was living in Colombia.

That day, I turned into a freak of nature.

I couldn’t function without getting some and went on the hunt until I found the perfect mate.

In bed, I became illimitable well into the next day.

The girl was lucky and overwhelmed at the same time to cross paths with me that day.

Eleuthero also stacks well with Maca and cordyceps if taken at least five hours after cordyceps.

If you don’t drink green tea, coffee may also boost the effects of Siberian ginseng, but I can’t say for sure since I seldom drink coffee.

My Experience

I’ll list the effects I’ve experienced on eleuthero root:

  • Energy rush
  • Greater enthusiasm/mood boost
  • Motivation hike
  • Last longer in bed
  • Less stress and anxiety
  • Increased power in the gym
  • An overall good feeling throughout my body
  • A more positive outlook

Where to buy eleuthero root powder?

The best place to get the powder is currently Amazon.

The powder by Starwest Botanicals is a solid price, and I’ve always liked their products.

Click here to check out the powder.

There is also extract powder, although I prefer to take herbs in whole form as opposed to extract.

Either way, you can check out the extract by clicking the image below:

For those of you who aren’t quite ready for the powder, you can test the waters by clicking here for an affordable encapsulated version.

Final Thoughts

My experiences with eleuthero root have always been positive.

It’s another one of those herbs I like to have a steady supply of in my private stash of aphrodisiacs.

Believe me, I’ve tested over twenty herbal aphrodisiacs, and the lesser-known varieties usually work better.

The problem is once herbs go mainstream, they get tossed into formulas by bodybuilding companies.

Shady companies also start to sell inferior products.

Even the suppliers get greedy once they realize they can’t meed demand and begin to sell cut versions so to speak.

The truth of the matter is that even if eleuthero root or other herbs could, in fact, boost testosterone, they’re not going to give the same effect as juice, EVER.

A lot of guys get excited when they read or hear the words testosterone boost.

I used to be one of those guys, and let me tell you, those words are overused to sell you junk products.

No herb is going to make you jacked.

Will it boost your sexual performance and libido? Yes, within reason.

There are no magic natural pills out there, but there are always ways to improve and optimize through nature.

Eleuthero root happens to be one of my favorite gifts from Earth that makes my time gallivanting a lot more fun.

Cheers and best of luck on your journey!