Benefits and features of A.Vogel Ginsavena tincture
For busy people under pressure
Made from Eleutherococcus (Siberian Ginseng)
Also contains Avena sativa (oat) herb
Avena sativa plant, better known as the oat plant, has been used for centuries as both a food and a herb. It is the green leafy parts of the oat plant, as used in juice and energy drinks, which is used to make our Avena sativa tincture, rather than oat grain which is commonly used as food.
Avena sativa herb contains a number of plant chemicals including a substance known as gramine. The amount of these plant substances is highest just as the Avena sativa plant is about to break into flower and the seeds begin to form. We use freshly harvested, organically grown Avena sativa to produce this tincture.
Eleutherococcus is native to North Eastern Asia and is often referred to as Siberian Ginseng or eleuthero. It has been widely used in Eastern countries including Russia and China as an adaptogen. The active ingredients in Eleutherococcus are called eleutherosides. Recently, Western medicine has also recognised the adaptogenic benefits of this herb.