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Ginseng varieties and their combination
Several distinct plant species called “ginseng” exist, although Korean red ginseng and Siberian ginseng stand out in particular.Each ginseng variety possesses a different chemical composition that provides particular qualities.The combination of more than one ginseng species in a product provides the consumer with all the individual benefits of each variety.
Korean red ginseng
This species is Panax ginseng C.A.Mayer of the Araliaceae family and is originally from Korea, China, Indochina, Vietnam and Japan.This ginseng grows under the shade of conifer forests.Its flowers are yellowish-green, and it has red berries for fruit.The reddish, fleshy roots of plants less than 4 to 6 years old are used.The root’s main chemical components are ginsenosides ((2-3%), essential oil (0.05%) and polysaccharides called panaxans.Most of ginseng’s virtues are attributed to the ginsenosides.
This is the Eleutherococcus senticosus species (Araliaceae) that is found on the slopes of Siberian mountains.It is a spiny plant with small yellow female and purple masculine flowers and black fruit berries.The part used is the root, and its main chemical components are eleutherosides, to which this plant’s virtues are attributed.
Guarana is the climbing shrub Paullinia cupana, which grows in the Amazon River basin.It flexible vine-like stalks wind around the trunks of trees.It has small white flowers, and its reddish-orange fruit contains 3 black seeds.A dried paste made from its peeled and roasted seeds is used.The main chemical components that provide ginseng with its virtues are xanthines:caffeine 3-5%, theophylline 0.25% and theobromine 0.02-0.03%.
Each capsule contains:
Korean red ginseng (Panax ginseng), root extract …........................ 100 mg
Siberian ginseng , (Eleutherococcus senticosus) root extract ........... 100 mg
Guarana (Paullinia cupana Kunth.), seed extract ……………………… 68mg
Ginseng + Guarana + Magnesium contentper capsule 333 mg
2 capsules daily provide:
- 200 mg Korean red ginseng, extract
- 200 mg Siberian ginseng, extract
- 136 mg Guarana, extract
- 130 mg Magnesium, equivalent to 50% of the RDI (Recommended Daily Intake)
2 capsules provide 18 mg of caffeine
Ginseng represents an important pillar in traditional oriental medicine that has been used for hundreds of years.It has been classified as an adaptogen.This signifies that it is not intended to combat any specific disease; rather, its use aims to improve the body’s defensive capabilities when faced with adverse environmental conditions.This is why it is associated with stressful situations and improved physical performance.It is considered useful in situations where one is tired and cannot work or concentrate fully.Studies exist indicating that ginseng helps reduce mental fatigue caused by stress and delay physical fatigue produced by prolonged exercise.Other studies link ginseng consumption to improved male erectile function.
The guarana extract is 13.40% caffeine, a known central nervous system stimulant.Those who ingest caffeine generally feel less sleepy, tired and are able to think more quickly and clearly.In experimental conditions, caffeine increases one’s ability to sustain intellectual effort, lowers reaction time and facilitates the association of ideas.Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in various metabolic processes and neuromuscular transmission.Studies exist suggesting that Magnesium helps improve physical performance and muscular strength.
Boxes of 30 and 60 capsules, and blister packs with 10 capsules.
2 capsule daily.
Please consult your physician before consuming this product.
Not to be used during pregnancy and nursing. Not to be used by children.
Keep this and all medicines out of reach of children.
Store is a dry place at room temperature.
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