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Ginseng American P.E., 5% Ginsenosides (Prop 65) - 3760

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Product Code : 3760
Regular name : American Ginseng
Common name : American Ginseng
Latin name : Panax quinquefolium Download Spec-sheet
 

Description

Panax quinquefolium is a deciduous perennial shrub whose fleshy root requires 4 years of cultivation to reach maturity. Traditionally the wild root was consumed by American ginseng as a general tonic, as a natural restorative for weak and wounded, and to help the mind. American ginseng is now used as a natural preventive and restorative remedy and valued for its adaptive properties. American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is more sedative and relaxing and increases “Yin” energy while Korean ginseng is more stimulating and increases the “Yang” energy. American ginseng is suitable for females and young people as well as males and older people.
 

Nutriceutical Properties

The main active ingredients of ginseng are the more than 20 Saponin Triterpenoid. Glycosides called Ginsenosides whose names relate to their chromatographic position (RA, RB, etc.). American ginseng is rich in the RB1 group of Ginsenosides, which have more sedatives and metabolic effects on the central nervous systems, compared to the RG1 group of Ginsenosides which are more arousing and stimulating. RB1 Ginsenosides have CNS-depressing activity, have weak anti-inflammatory action, and increase digestive trace peristalsis. Laboratory animals given RB1 Ginsenosides have improved stamina and increased learning abilities. Other studies have shown that RB1 Ginsenosides also have anti-fatigue, anti-convulsant, anti-pyretic, anti-psychotic, analgesic, and ulcer protective effects. American ginseng has been used for stress and fatigue characterized by insomnia, poor appetite, nervousness, restlessness. The root has been used for conditions of weakness, convalescence, low resistance, poor immunity or debility due to chronic disease. Scientific support is now emerging for its use in the regulation of various metabolic disturbances including blood sugar and lipid levels.

Ginseng American P.E., 5% Ginsenosides (Prop 65) - 3760

Ginseng American P.E., 5% Ginsenosides (Prop 65) - 3760 Image
Product Code : 3760
Regular name : American Ginseng
Common name : American Ginseng
Latin name : Panax quinquefolium Download Spec-sheet
 

Description

Panax quinquefolium is a deciduous perennial shrub whose fleshy root requires 4 years of cultivation to reach maturity. Traditionally the wild root was consumed by American ginseng as a general tonic, as a natural restorative for weak and wounded, and to help the mind. American ginseng is now used as a natural preventive and restorative remedy and valued for its adaptive properties. American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is more sedative and relaxing and increases “Yin” energy while Korean ginseng is more stimulating and increases the “Yang” energy. American ginseng is suitable for females and young people as well as males and older people.
 

Nutriceutical Properties

The main active ingredients of ginseng are the more than 20 Saponin Triterpenoid. Glycosides called Ginsenosides whose names relate to their chromatographic position (RA, RB, etc.). American ginseng is rich in the RB1 group of Ginsenosides, which have more sedatives and metabolic effects on the central nervous systems, compared to the RG1 group of Ginsenosides which are more arousing and stimulating. RB1 Ginsenosides have CNS-depressing activity, have weak anti-inflammatory action, and increase digestive trace peristalsis. Laboratory animals given RB1 Ginsenosides have improved stamina and increased learning abilities. Other studies have shown that RB1 Ginsenosides also have anti-fatigue, anti-convulsant, anti-pyretic, anti-psychotic, analgesic, and ulcer protective effects. American ginseng has been used for stress and fatigue characterized by insomnia, poor appetite, nervousness, restlessness. The root has been used for conditions of weakness, convalescence, low resistance, poor immunity or debility due to chronic disease. Scientific support is now emerging for its use in the regulation of various metabolic disturbances including blood sugar and lipid levels.