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Panax Ginseng Plant Extract

Xi'an Rainbow Biotech Co.,Ltd | Updated: Jul 19, 2016
Basic Info
  • Model NO.: HY060

  • Panax: Extract

  • Specification: GMP

  • Raw Material: Plants

  • Trademark: Hygethy

  • Origin: China

Product Description
Panax Ginseng Plant Extract is characterized by the presence of ginsenosides.
The root is most often available in dried form, either whole or sliced. Ginseng leaf, although not as highly prized, is sometimes also used; As with the root, it is most often available in dried form. By folk medicine practices, American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) and Asian ginseng ( Panax ginseng) roots may be taken orally for diverse supposed benefits, such as for aphrodisia, stimulants, type II diabetes, or for sexual dysfunction in men.
Ginseng may be included in small doses in energy drinks or tea. It may be found in cosmetic preparations as well, but has not been shown to be clinically effective.

Ginsenosides, unique compounds of the Panax species, are under basic and clinical research to reveal their potential properties in humans. Possibly an adaptogen, ginseng remains under preliminary research for its potential properties or therapeutic effects, such as for respiratory illnesses, quality of life, influenza or fatigue in cancer patients. P. Ginseng may affect cancer in animal models but this effect remains unclear.
One study in laboratory animals showed possible effects of ginseng or its ginsenoside components on the central nervous system and gonadal tissues and another on penile erection.
Ginseng is known to contain phytoestrogens and may affect the pituitary gland to increase the secretion of gonadotropins. Other mice studies found effects on sperm production and the estrus cycle.

Side effects
A common side effect of P. Ginseng's may be insomnia, but this effect is disputed. Other side
Effects can includenausea, diarrhea, headaches, nose bleeds, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, and breast pain. Ginseng may also lead to induction of mania in depressed patients who mix it with antidepressants.
Ginseng has been shown to have adverse drug reactions with phenelzine and warfarin, but has been shown to decrease blood alcohol levels.

The common adaptogen ginsengs (P. Ginseng and P. Quinquefolia) are generally considered to be relatively safe even in large amounts. One of the most common and characteristic symptoms of acute overdose of Panax ginseng is bleeding. Symptoms of mild overdose with Panax ginseng may include dry mouth and lips, excitation, fidgeting, irritability, tremor, palpitations, blurred vision, headache, insomnia, increased body temperature, increased blood pressure, edema, decreased appetite, increased sexual desire, dizziness, itching, eczema, early morning diarrhea, bleeding, and fatigue.
Symptoms of gross overdose with Panax ginseng may include nausea, vomiting, irritability, restlessness, urinary and bowel incontinence, fever, increased blood pressure, increased respiration, decreased sensitivity and reaction to light, decreased heart rate, cyanotic (blue) facial complexion, red facial complexion, seizures, convulsions, and delirium.
Patients experiencing any of the above symptoms are advised to discontinue the herbs and seek any necessary symptomatic treatment.
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