|Amount Per Serving||%NRV|
|Total Carbohydrate||2 g||1%*|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g||8%*|
|Eleuthero Root||2 g||*|
|Eleutherosides B & E||2.5 mg||*|
Recommended serving 12 tablets per day
- Eleutherococcus senticosus root powder, bulking agent (acacia gum)
- 2.5 mg Eleutherosides B & E per serving (naturally occurring)
How to Take Sun Eleuthero Tablets
Start with four tablets per day and build up gradually to the recommended serving of 12 tablets per day. May be taken all at once or in smaller amounts as desired.
Eleuthero’s ability to adapt to all these stresses while acting as a natural stimulant provides you with a powerful way to counteract your body’s response to stress, allowing you to maintain physical stamina and cognitive function.
Our Eleutherococcus senticosus plant grows wild in clean rich soil in Asia, without the use of chemicals or pesticides. Sun Eleuthero® is made from the root of the plant where the principal compounds (eleutherocides) are most concentrated.
Improvement in cognitive function
Boosting energy levels
Enhancing the immune system
Promoting quality sleep
Stabilising blood sugar levels
You're bound to have a few questions
Find out all you need to know about our Sun Chlorella products or ask your own question below.
Can I take Sun Eleuthero when I’m already taking Sun Chlorella?
Yes, absolutely. These are two essential supplements that have different benefits. Whilst Sun Eleuthero is an adaptogen, it complements the benefits of the Sun Chlorella which is rich in vitamins and minerals, essential amino acids amongst others.
What makes Sun Eleuthero so special?
The root of the plant is where the principle compounds (eleutherocides) are most concentrated. Our Eleutherococcus Senticosus plants all grow wild in clean, rich soil in Asia, without the use of chemicals or pesticides.
How long can I take Sun Eleuthero?
Eleuthero, also called Siberian ginseng, has been used medicinal use for at least 2,000 years. It is a mild adaptogen and can be taken over long periods of time as it usually doesn’t cause overstimulation.