Ginseng has been traditionally used in Chinese medicine. Ginseng contains ginsenosides and gintonin which contribute to various health benefits, such as improve energy levels and reduce fatigue and antioxidant support for the body.
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- A potent antioxidant that reduces inflammation
- Boosts the immune system and provides anti-cancer benefits
- Improves brain functions including memory, behavior and mood
- Reduces blood sugar
- Provides relief for pain and inflammation
- Improves energy and reduces fatigue
- Boosts weight loss
- Improves erectile dysfunction
1 capsule taken once a day.
Please consult your healthcare practitioner prior to the use of this product if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition.
Ingredients: 500mg Ginseng Extract, Vegetable Cellulose (Capsule)
Storage: Store in a cool & dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight
Shelf Life: 24 months
Ginseng is an herbal supplement that has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, and traditionally used to fight fatigue and enhance physical activity by lowering oxidative damage and increasing energy production in cells. It is also used to regulate blood sugar levels and treat certain types of cancers.
Ginseng helps in weight loss by controlling different hormones and enzymes, causing the body to prevent fat accumulation and regulate the appetite.
1 capsule of Ginseng can be taken daily before meals and with water to increase absorption and get the full benefits. Some experts suggest to avoid taking ginseng regularly for over 3 months, or take the supplement for just a few weeks at a time to minimize any side effects.
Ginseng has been tested to be safe to use for pregnant women. However, pregnant women with health concerns are advised to consult their practitioner before taking the supplement.
Side effects from Ginseng are generally mild but ginseng can act as a stimulant in some people, especially with prolonged use or high dosage. Side effects of ginseng may include insomnia, diarrhea, headache, rashes, itching, mood changes, breast pain, menstrual changes, allergic reactions and changes in the blood pressure.
People who are taking diabetic medications should consult their healthcare practitioner before taking ginseng due to its effect on lowering blood sugar levels. People who are taking medications to treat depression should also consult their doctor before use as Ginseng can interact with warfarin and other medicine. Caffeine may amplify Ginseng’s stimulant effects.