Ginseng - 60 herbal capsules of 500mg
Increases physical endurance to stress and offers general well-being.
SIBERIAN GINSENG (SIBERIAN GINSENG)
USES OF THE HERB
Siberian Ginseng is traditionally used in Southeast Asia as an adaptogen, increasing physical endurance in stress and offering general well-being. It also acts as a stimulant or sedative, immunostimulant, anti-inflammatory, against edema (water retention) and affects the action of steroids.
BENEFITS OF GETTING A SIBERIAN GINSENG SUPPLEMENT
Siberian Ginseng can be used in cases where the balance of a body system is disturbed to help it regain its balance. It also helps to deal with stress and offers a general well-being.
Studies have shown that Siberian Ginseng has a stimulating effect on the central nervous system.
Dealing with Stress
Siberian Ginseng is thought to improve the body's ability to cope with stress. More specifically, it helps the body metabolize harmful lactic and pyruvic acids that are released in stressful situations, while at the same time producing more efficient energy. It also supports the function of the adrenaline glands, thus helping the body to deal with stress.
Increased Work Efficiency
Long-term use of Siberian Ginseng for more than 60 consecutive days has been shown to improve the physical and mental performance of people working in stressful environments, ie noisy, very hot, feverish environments. Ginseng's ingredient, eleuthero, has also been shown to improve muscle utilization of oxygen.
Siberian Ginseng increases the number of white blood cells, which belong to the immune system and help in swallowing and digesting unwanted bacteria, fungi and viruses. It can also help prevent colds and flu. In addition, preliminary studies have shown that Siberian Ginseng can help treat chronic immune diseases, such as AIDS (HIV) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Siberian Ginseng has been found to reduce blood viscosity (reduce blood clots) and normalize blood pressure.
Eleuthero has been shown to help detoxify the liver from harmful substances. In preliminary studies, it was found to mitigate the side effects of chemotherapy and speed up bone marrow repair.
SIDE EFFECTS AND PRECAUTIONS
Hypersensitivity reactions have also been reported in people under stress.
Pregnant and lactating women should consult a specialist before using Siberian Ginseng. The use of Siberian Ginseng is not recommended for children and people with uncontrolled hypertension.
Do not use ginseng if you have an estrogen-related condition, such as breast cancer or endometriosis.
Avoid taking ginseng preparations in the evening or late afternoon as they may cause insomnia. Also avoid taking it with other stimulants such as caffeine, and do not combine it with stimulant pills.
INTERACTIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
Siberian Ginseng should not be taken by people who are particularly energetic, nervous, hypertensive, hysterical, manic or schizophrenic. It should also be avoided by people undergoing treatment with antipsychotic drugs and should not be used concomitantly with hormone therapies.
Studies have shown that Siberian Ginseng can interact with some treatments such as heart, hypoglycemia, hypotension or hypertension, as well as anticoagulants. People with hypertension should consult a specialist before using Siberian Ginseng.
Why choose Ginseng in capsules and not in powder form?
Because Ginseng has a rather strange taste, many people can not consume it. Herbal capsules with Ginseng are a very good choice because we do not feel its taste, so it can be consumed much more pleasantly, thus receiving all its beneficial ingredients.
They are simple to take and completely natural.
The capsule shell (cellulose) is of plant origin
Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and are not a prescription.
Especially if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, taking medication or have health problems, consult your doctor before taking it.