Ginseng (scientific name: Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer) is a perennial herb of the Araliaceae family and the genus Panax ginseng. The root of ginseng is a strong tonic, suitable for adjusting blood pressure, restoring heart function, neurasthenia and physical weakness.
|Fine light yellow to brown powder with characteristic odour and taste
|Positive by TLC
|NLT 95% through 80 mesh
|Loss on drying
|>1.0% (w/w) (usually between 1%~5%)
|Complies with (EC) No 396/2005
|Complies with (EU) 2009/32/EC
|Complies with (EU) No 1881-2006
|Total Plate Count
|Yeast & mould
|The product is extracted from GMO-free plant.
|Recommended Storage Conditions
|Store in tightly sealed containers below 30°C away from direct light and moisture
Ginseng can assist in the treatment of neurasthenia and psychosis. Ginseng can regulate the central nervous system and can treat neurasthenia. For patients with excitatory neurasthenia, it is often combined with Polygala japonica and Suanzaoren; for depressed patients, it is often combined with Scutellaria baicalensis and keel; for patients with autonomic dysfunction and spontaneous perspiration, it is combined with Schisandra chinensis, Paeonia lactiflora and Fumei. After patients take ginseng, symptoms such as headache, palpitations, insomnia, forgetfulness, general weakness, etc. can be alleviated or eliminated, and the body weight can be increased. Ginseng is also effective for asthenic and depressive psychosis, schizophrenia, psychosis caused by poisoning or infectious diseases, and degenerative psychosis. Ginseng can also improve people's memory, improve work efficiency, enhance physical endurance and the accuracy of motor organs.
Ginseng can assist in the treatment of cardiovascular system diseases. Ginseng can improve the contraction ability and frequency of the heart, excite the heart, speed up blood flow, and promote metabolism in the body, thereby adjusting the nutritional status of the body, slowing down physical decline, and enhancing resistance. Ginsenosides can activate phospholipase and promote the biosynthesis of phospholipids, thereby preventing coronary and cardiac aortic atherosclerosis. Ginseng has a certain effect on various heart diseases (coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, myocardial dystrophy, etc.) and anemia.
Ginseng can assist in the treatment of diabetes. Ginseng can stimulate the secretion function of the endocrine system, enhance the function of the pituitary adrenal cortex system, and have the effect of lowering blood sugar. Taking ginseng can reduce urine sugar in patients with mild diabetes, improve the systemic symptoms of patients with moderate diabetes, and make symptoms such as thirst, sweating, and weakness disappear or lessen. Taking ginseng can also reduce the amount of insulin.
Ginseng can be used to treat digestive system diseases such as stomach and liver. Ginseng can promote the secretion of digestive juice, increase the total acidity of gastric juice, improve the symptoms of weakness of the spleen and stomach such as epigastric fullness, diarrhea, and vomiting, so that stomach pain disappears, appetite increases, and stool is normal. Such as people participating in the Four Gentlemen Decoction made from other traditional Chinese medicines. Ginseng can also promote the synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids in the liver, which can prevent acute hepatitis from turning into chronic hepatitis.
Ginseng can enhance human immunity and assist in the treatment of cancer. Ginseng can improve the body's resistance to cancer cells, improve the patient's physical condition, prevent cancer cell metastasis, delay tumor growth and expansion of cancer lesions. Ginseng also prevents leukopenia caused by anticancer drugs.
Ginseng helps to enhance the hematopoietic function of the bone body. Ginseng can promote the metabolism of ribonucleic acid (RNA), deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), protein, cholesterol, fat and sugar, promote the mitosis of bone marrow cells, increase the number of red blood cells, white blood cells and nucleated cells in the bone marrow, thereby enhancing the Hematopoietic function of bone marrow. Ginseng can prevent radiation damage to the bone marrow. 
Surgery: The juice, leaves and powder of ginseng can promote the rapid healing of wounds and ulcers. Ginseng paste has anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling effects.
Ginseng can also improve people's eyesight and the ability to adapt to the dark environment, and can be used as a drug to improve eyesight for workers in dark places. Ginseng also has a therapeutic effect on abnormal skeletal muscle excitability caused by poliomyelitis in children.