Ginseng is one of the most commonly used herbal remedies for maintaining good health rather than treating illness. it is used as an adaptagen as well as increasing performance and endurance. Siberian ginseng grows 2 to 3 m tall where the branches are covered with woody spikes. The route has a strong smell and bitter taste. Siberian ginseng is native to Russia China Korea and Japan where it grows in forests up to 800 m in altitude and is harvested in autumn. In Chinese medicine the texts can be translated to ‘strengthening the tendons and bones.’
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The dried fruit of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) has long been used as a culinary spice and as a traditional medicine, and today it is ubiquitous in most cuisines. Black Pepper is made from the plant’s unripened green drupes (stone fruit), which are called “peppercorns.” They are briefly boiled and dried or cooked. Native to southern and southeast Asia, Black Pepper’s use in Indian cooking dates to the first century BC, and it became popular across Europe during the Roman Empire. In ancient Greece, it was so valued that it was used as currency. The active constituent called Piperine is what gives Black Pepper its pungency.