Ginseng Siberian Root Tea Bag


Botanical NameEleutherococcus senticosus

Common Name:

  • English: Siberian Ginseng,
  • Also, known as:  Buisson du diable, chi wu cha, ciwujia, devil’s bush, devil’s shrub, eleuthero, eleutherococc, eleutherococoque, eleutherokokk koljucij, ezoukogi, gashi ohgap, prickly eleutherococcus, shigoka, Siberian ginseng, Stachelkraftwurz, Stachelpanax, taiga root, Taigawurzel, thorny ginseng, thorny Russian pepperbush, touch-me-not, tsu wu cha, wild pepper, wu cha sang, wu cha seng, wujiapi,hongmao-wujiapi, many prickle acanthopanax, pai wu cha pi, prickly eleutherococc, Acanthopanax senticosus, Devil's Shrub, Eleuthero, Hedera senticosa Rupr & Maxim, Touch-Me-Not, Wild Pepper

Habitat: South-east Asia, northern China, Korea, Japan, and the south-eastern part of the Russia.


Harvested: Cultivated 

Parts Used: Root