Sun Chlorella discovered something that helps ease the stress imposed by
modern society. It is an herb of the Araliaceae family, the same family
as Korean ginseng, growing 2 to 3 meters high and it is called Eleuthero
(Eleutherococcus senticosus). Sun Eleuthero is the finest, naturally only
in the wilds of Northeast Asia and Northeast Hokkaido. In addition to many
other revitalizing properties, its roots are rich in the dietary fiber,
calcium, and isofraxidine that people tend to lack in modern times.
Scientific name for Eleuthero is Acanthopanax senticosus Harms, and it
belongs to the same family as Korean ginseng. There are many kinds of ginseng
and 26 kinds in China as far as confirmed.
In China, Eleuthero is listed under super-medicine which means therapeutic medicine
for long-term use in the world's oldest pharmaceutical book until today, and it has held an
honored place in the Chinese herbal tradition for many centuries already. Similarly, the native
people in Siberia and Northern Tungusu have valued it highly and called it "Root of Life."
After the former Russian Olympic athletes used the herbal extract and improved their performance,
it had a super reputation unrivaled by any other ginseng in the world, especially among athletes.
Isofraxidine, which is one of the effective constituents in Eleuthero, is brought to international
attention because it facilitates spiritual rejuvenation.