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Ginseng 30%

Anti-fatigue, pro-immunity & sexuality ginseng food supplement

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Ginseng extract standardised to 30% ginsenosides, with benefits for overall health and well-being.
  • Improves physical, mental and cognitive ability.
  • Increases the body's resistance to various sources of stress.
  • Boosts energy and natural defences.

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Radix Panax Ginseng grows primarily in East Asia. Traditionally, the root is used for boosting energy and natural defences, for increasing physical and mental performance, as a general tonic for fatigue and as an aid to overcoming stress.

What are the benefits associated with Ginseng?

Ginseng has been used for centuries in traditional Eastern medicine to replenish and restore the body's natural reserves as well as to support sexual health. Its Latin name ‘Panax' actually means ‘panacea'. Korean ginseng , like schisandra, is known in the West as an “adaptogen” rather than a ”stimulant”: in a general, non-specific way, these herbs increase the body's resistance to various sources of stress (physical, chemical or biological) and to stressful situations.

Taking ginseng thus helps the body adapt to active, modern life, by generally boosting resistance and increasing physical, mental and cognitive ability. With a regulating effect on certain organs (in particular, the hypothalamic-pituitary axis and adrenal glands) and on multiple physiological functions - while not over-stimulating or restricting normal functions - ginseng acts as a general tonic without producing any ‘rebound' effect. It is particularly beneficial for the central nervous, immune and cardiovascular systems, for neuro-endocrinological function and for the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats.

Radix Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer is the only ginseng registered in the pharmacopaeia. Its mechanisms of action are by no means fully understood but its therapeutic effects have been attributed to its active principles, ginsenosides. These act via different pathways and it is thought each may have its own tissue-specific effects. Ginseng's ginsenoside content varies according to the plant species, age, part of the plant used, time of harvest and method of preservation and extraction.

What do studies show about Ginseng?

To date, around 40 known active ginsenosides have been identified. This new standardisation, highly concentrated in ginsenosides (30%), offers a more wide-ranging and comprehensive action:

  • The scientific literature has highlighted its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity, more specifically in the brain, attributing these effects to gut bacteria which enable ginsenoside absorption into the bloodstream and lymphatics for onward distribution to tissues.
  • In addition, a number of studies have demonstrated that ginsenosides may modify neurotransmissions in the brain by affecting the release and reabsorption of acetylcholine and the number of choline absorption sites, particularly in the hippocampus and cortex. Ginsenosides thus affect memory and learning function and some of them may even be classed as nootropics.
  • Supplementing with this extract also helps the body increase its production of nitric oxide. This vasodilator effect, also has benefits for cardiovascular health, as demonstrated by a study conducted at the University of Ulsan in South Korea.
  • It has also been shown that some ginsenosides can improve insulin sensitivity in cells, an important parameter in all diabetics (or pre-diabetics).
  • Furthermore, supplementation with Radix Panax ginseng improves immune system function by increasing phagocytosis, NK (Natural Killer) activity and interferon production.

With its high ginsenoside concentration, this Panax ginseng extract therefore acts on a number of parameters of overall health and well-being. Supplementation is recommended several times a year for periods of three weeks to a month, at a dose of two to four capsules a day.

Buy Ginseng 30% capsules to boost your natural defences.

What is in it Ginseng 30%

Radix Panax ginseng extract
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Supplements to take in conjunction with Ginseng 30%

Taking Panax ginseng can be alternated with other dietary supplements available to buy at Supersmart that support the body's general well-being. Extract of Cordyceps sinensis, for example, is a fungus renowned in Asia for its revitalising effects. You can also benefit from the positive effects of pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) in the supplement Mitochondrial Formula.

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Excellent 15 Reviews
Marie-christine De Marchi

march 26 2021

Excellent à tous points de vue

Marie-christine De Marchi

december 23 2023

Parfait à tous points de vue

Bourdin

december 22 2023

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Christian

december 19 2023

remémore les souvenirs..

Christian A.

september 13 2023

Très bon produit, un peu chère mais je le recommande.

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