Suma root is commonly found in Brazil and other parts of South America. It’s common names are Brazilian ginseng, Suma powder, and the term ginseng can sometimes refer to Suma root as well. The scientific/botanical name for the most commonly studied form of Suma root is Pfaffia paniculata.
Pfaffia (Suma root)
The standard dosage for Pfaffia extract is 10-20 drops three times daily.
Usually 1 or 2 hours before meals with water or juice. This extract can be diluted 1:10 with pure water and used as a wash for open wounds or sores.
Store in cool, dry place.
Consult with a healthcare practitioner prior to the use of any new supplement.