Panax Ginseng 30% Extract
Healthy Brain Function*
Assists Natural Healing*
Natural Appetite Support*
What is Panax Ginseng Extract?
Panax ginseng extract is used for the preparation of tonics that may help relieve the symptoms of various health ailments. The genus name of this plant, Panax, is derived from a Greek word, ‘panacea’, which means 'all healing'. It is one of the most popular herbal plants, especially in the Asian continents, for both men and women. In the last few years, the Panax ginseng has started to gain popularity in the West, but also all over the world. Consequently, there has been an increasing number of extensive studies on the health benefits of the plant and its extract. *
How Could Panax Ginseng Support My Health?In addition to the traditional uses of this super plant, recent reports on the structure of the extract have indicated that it can be used for a wider range of conditions. Panax ginseng is considered as an ultimate herb. Research suggests that Panax Ginseng may support optimal mental function, optimal sexual performance in men, blood sugar and cholesterol management, weight management, healthy cell production support and as an immune support tonic. *
Suggest Usage / DosageTake 250mg of our Panax Ginseng extract up to three times daily.
InteractionsOur Panax ginseng extract has no reported interactions. However, on few occasions, people have reported mild cases of anxiety, insomnia and stomachache.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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