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Chi Wu Cha
Radix Eleutherococci

Chi Wu Cha (E.senticosis) adaptogen herb from northeast Asia    

Chi Wu Cha is a stimulating traditional Chinese herbal tea known & used for 2000-5000 years for balancing Chi energy, the immune systems, and major stress reduction.

Overview

Chi Wu Cha has been a part of Chinese herbal treatments for over two thousand years. It is ideal for individuals with signs of chronic stress, adrenal & endocrine imbalances, and immune disorders. The Chi Wu Cha botanical was originally misidentified; hence the name Red Siberian Ginseng was attached. Native to northern Asia, the Chi Wu Cha botanical discovered by the scientific community to belong to the Araliaceae botanical family, which is a powerful natural 'adaptogen' and anti-oxident herb that helps improve adrenal and immune function. It is not directly related to the ginseng family of botanicals whatsoever.

Modern research has proven that plant Adaptogens help with adrenal imbalances, increase red and white blood cell counts in immuno-compromised patients, and improve exercise tolerance. Adaptogens also help to balance the immune system, the endocrine system, (such as the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands) and help protect against infections through their immune-stimulating actions. The word "Adaptogen" was originally a term coined by Russian researchers to describe a class of herbs which help the body adapt to the unrelenting stress of modern existence.

Adaptogens are so generally helpful that it is sometimes said, "When you don't know what to do...take Adaptogens." Adaptogenic botanicals are among the most well studied herbs in the medical literature. They can be thought of as "the healthy foundation" of the endocrine system.

Constituents: Terpenoids: Oleanolic acid; (topical cosmetic preparations containing ursolic acid/oleanolic acid have been patented in Japan
for the prevention of topical skin cancer. Ishida, M., Okubo, T., Koshimizu, K., Daito, H., Tokuda, H., Kin, T., Yamamoto, T., and Yamazaki, N. (1990) “Topical preparations containing ursolic acid and/or oleanolic acid for prevention of skin cancer”. Chemical Abstract 113, 12173y)

Glycosides: Eleutheroside A (daucosterin), B1, C - G

Phytosterols: Beta-sitosterol, Coumarins: Eleutheroside B1 and B3, isofraxidine; Polysaccharides: Eleutherans; Others: Volatile oils, caffeic acid, coniferyl aldehyde, glucose, maltose,

The human body has numerous mechanisms that keep the cells "surroundings" constant even though your external environment is changing. This is called homeostasis.

Suggested usage

- Stimulating Tea alternative to Camellia sinensis (green tea)
- Increases strength, stamina, & vitality
- Promotes excellent health maintenance
- Invigorates immuno-systems stimulation
- helpful tonic to debilitating chemotherapy side effects

Adrenal insufficiency can cause a decline in DHEA and cortisol output. Adrenal imbalances, often caused by chronic stress, can lead to a wide variety of disturbances including:
- fatigue
- low immunity
- insomnia
- dizziness upon standing
- lack of motivation
- irritability
- depressed mood

Modern research has proven that plant Adaptogens help with the above mentioned imbalances, increase red and white blood cell counts in immuno-compromised patients, and improve exercise tolerance. Adaptogens also help to balance the immune system & the endocrine system

Average Daily Dose

0.5 - 2.0 grams of dry root

V-caps take 2-4 V-caps twice per day before meals (depending on body weight)

Modern Use: make as a simple tea using .5-1 (one fourth to one half fruit size teaspoon) in a cup of hot water.
Used as a tonic for invigoration and fortification in times of fatigue and debility, also during convalescence.
For Kampuchea brewing use
25-30% with real tea. Chi Wu Cha works wonderfully in a cup of coffee, too!

Although Chi Wu Cha Radix Eleutherococci northern cousin (Eleutherococcus senticosus) was originally misidentified with as Siberian Ginseng, it is nevertheless an extremely popular Chinese energy herb which was only recently in the mid-19th century re-classified by the scientific community with the latin botanical name, E.senticosis . It is not actually even part of the ginseng family as it belongs to a completely different botanical species of Araliaceae, which has a much safer and broader biochemistry than any of the ginsengs. One ounce makes approx 100 gel caps for use as a dietary supplement. Radix Eleutherococci is the south east Asian species more potent than the northern species.

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