Leuzea (Maral root) is a Russian herb with medicinal value. Maral root extract does have adaptogenic properties, which means it does increase the ability of the body to resist stress.
Leuzea has a long history of usage in traditional medicine of Siberia, Russia, China is and still being used as of today in many countries around the world as a supplement.
The indications for Maral root use are chronic fatigue, decreased mental and physical capacity, irritability, headaches, chronic alcoholism, and erectile dysfunction.
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Dosage and administration
For pill form, the dosage is 2-3 pills taken with meal 2-3 times a day, for three weeks.
For tincture, the dosage is 20-30 drops dissolved in a small amount of water, taken before meal 2-3 times a day.
- Allergic reactions
- Pregnancy and lactation
- Cardiac disorders