Product Name:Ginseng Extract
Active Ingredient: Panaxoside Rb1 Panaxoside Rb3 Ginsenosides
Specification: 10%/20%/50%/80% Ginsenosides
Appearance: Light yellow powder
Test Method: UV
Grade:Medical / Food/Cosmetic Grade
Herbal ginseng exists as three distinct varieties: Oriental, American and Siberian. Oriental, or panax ginseng, is grown mainly in China and Korea, where it is harvested for its roots. Chinese ginseng root is dried naturally and turns a whitish color, whereas Korean ginseng root is treated differently and turns a reddish color, which is why it is sometimes referred to as “red panax.” The Siberian variety is not truly ginseng, but rather a distant cousin to the panax types. All ginsengs are used medicinally, usually in efforts to boost energy and enhance vitality.
Panax ginseng, also known as Chinese ginseng, originated in china and north korea, and has been used for more than 4,000 years.
Ginseng Extract Powder
Country of Origin
Physical & Chemical Control
Light yellow powder
100% pass 80 mesh
Loss on drying
Total of bacteria
1) Mental Ability
Panax ginseng may improve cognitive performance during prolonged periods of mental activity, researchers found that those given Panax ginseng were less likely to experience mental fatigue while taking a test (compared to those given a placebo).
2)Controlling Blood Sugar
Panax ginseng may aid in diabetes management. study members who took Panax ginseng supplements for the same time period experienced greater improvements in blood sugar control.
3) Erectile Dysfunction
Panax ginseng appears to be effective in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, those who took Panax ginseng for eight weeks showed greater improvements than those given a placebo for the same time period.
It is showed that a combination of Panax ginseng and ginkgo biloba may help enhance memory in healthy middle-aged adults.
5)Immune System Enhancement
panax ginseng's tonic effects include the strengthening of the immune system. Studies showed that in patients suffering from chronic bronchitis, antibiotics were more effective when patients also took ginseng. Ginseng also enhanced the effect of flu vaccines.
Some studies show that panax ginseng use lowers the risk of cancer in patients over 40 years old. During chemotherapy, cancer patients receiving ginseng injections rather than oral doses saw improvements in body weight and in quality of life.
Panax ginseng's antioxidant properties benefit patients with heart disorders by decreasing the oxidation