Product Name:chinese ginseng extract
Latin Name:Panax ginseng C.A.Mey
Specification Ratio:4:1~20:1 Ginsenosides 10%-80%; 80mesh Powder
Part Used: Root
Appearance:Brown Yellow Powder to Yellow Powder
Advantage: pure natural for the beverage raw materials;
Certificate: KOSHER, HALAL, ISO,ORGANIC CERTIFICATE;
Chinese ginseng extract is the root of plants in the genus Panax, such as Korean ginseng (P. ginseng), South China ginseng (P. notoginseng), and American ginseng (P. quinquefolius), typically characterized by the presence of ginsenosides and gintonin.
Although ginseng has been used in traditional medicine over centuries,modern clinical research is inconclusive about its medical effectiveness. There is no substantial evidence that ginseng is effective for treating any medical condition, and its use has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a prescription drug. Although ginseng is commonly sold as a dietary supplement, inconsistent manufacturing practices for supplements have led to analyses showing that ginseng products may be contaminated with toxic metals or unrelated filler compounds, and its excessive use may have adverse effects or untoward interactions with prescription drugs.
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1.Ginseng for sexual health
One of chinese ginseng extract’s nicknames is the “King of Herbs” and was used for centuries as an aphrodisiac.
Animal studies have shown a positive correlation between sex drive and ginseng, and this in human studies. Asian ginseng extract has also been found to potentially improve sperm quality in healthy men. The Mayo Clinic notes that ginseng cream is beneficial to male sexual health and potentially useful for erectile dysfunction. American ginseng is highly regarded as a sexual tonic for men with low libido and may improve sexual performance.
2.Ginseng for energy
Most people are looking for natural solutions to boost energy so they can ditch sugary drinks and the jitters from too many cups of coffee. Ginseng might be the answer you are looking for.
The New York Times reported that in a study of 290 cancer patients at the Mayo Clinic in 2010, patients using up to 2000 milligrams per day experienced more energy throughout the day. Another study by the American Society of Clinical Oncology reported similar results.
Chronic fatigue is another issue plaguing Americans. It is a complex health issue that is not greatly understood due to the variety of factors that cause fatigue. A poor diet and lack of exercise are only a small part of chronic fatigue. Stress is another factor. Many people with chronic fatigue are drawn to herbal supplements to help their energy levels. Ginseng is one of the most popular herbs used for promoting energy. A study published in 2018 evaluated ginseng in patients with chronic fatigue. American and Korean ginseng were found to be promising nutrients to support increased energy levels.
3.Ginseng and blood sugar
Diabetes occurs when your body can no longer properly produce and regulate insulin. As a result, the body cannot properly process food for energy. Traditional Chinese medicine uses ginseng for its anti-diabetic properties and it is a common treatment in Type 2 diabetes.
4.Ginseng for immunity
Historically, chinese ginseng extract is a stimulant herb and used to support immune health. In 2019, Trends in Food Science & Technology reported many promising highlights in the use of ginseng. In the study, ginseng was found to be one of the leading, nourishing functional foods with immune support potential. Functional food is a term that refers to the medicinal benefit of ginseng. They also suggested that ginseng is an “immune therapeutic agent,” with ginsenosides and polysaccharides being the most active, health-promoting plant constituents.
5.Ginseng for focus and concentration
Brain health is one of the top health concerns for Americans, in part due to rising Alzhemier’s disease and dementia cases each year. With this comes an interest in herbal supplements like ginseng. Ginseng is being explored as a solution to fight age-related cognitive decline and boost cognitive wellness. Asian ginseng extract is also said to increase both physical and mental performance. An older study from 2008 found that when Alzheimer’s patients took ginseng root daily for 12 weeks, they experienced cognitive benefits. Four years later, a 2012 study found ginseng to be effective at improving brain function in patients with severe Alzheimer’s disease.
The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, found that ginseng was helpful for stroke patients as well, which is not surprising given the long history of traditional use in older adults in Chinese medicine.
1. Applied in food field, it is a kind of nourishing food which has much benefits to brain;
2. Applied in pharmaceutical field, korean ginseng extract can be used to treat coronary heart disease and has better effect;
3. Applied in cosmetic field, korean ginseng extract owns the function of whitening, dispelling spot, anti-wrinkle, and activating skin cells.