- it is widely used for many years against the stress, disorders neurofisicos and functional neuropsiquicos, menopause, fatigue States, States of convalescence, lack of appetite, helps diabetics, to increase physical and intellectual performance. Chronic infections.
- has a tonic and stimulating action.
- Has estrogenic action, but contrary to his reputation is no aphrodisiac
- has anti-inflammatory action by decrease of capillary permeability. There have been trials on cancerous tumors.
- It is a good stimulant of the central nervous system and adrenal, ginsenoside Rg1 has been very active in this regard.
- Reduces the rate of blood cholesterol and increases tolerance to glucose (hypoglycemic), due to saponins and a peptide.
- Has hematopoietic action.
- From the biochemical point of view has a stimulating and anabolic effect in the synthesis of RNA and DNA.
- Increases resistance to fatigue, stress, excessive physical and mental work, and infections. It invigorates and gives sense of well-being. Promotes natural, restful sleep, it mitigates the discomforts of old age. In general tones in States of recovery from illness, pregnancy, or weakness.
- Improves memory. Stimulates circulation and according to some authors adjust tension.
- Stimulates digestion and relieves digestive disorders.
- Inhibit the extrapyramidal effects of chlorpromazine
Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer (whole root powder).
Tips for use: 2 capsules 3 times a day.
excessive doses can cause nervousness. Do not associate it with the coffee or tea (nervous excitement); or with the iron already reducing its effects. It should not be in patients with hypertension or coronary disorders.