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Contact: Aaron Yang
Company: Bettering Biotech Co., Ltd.
No. 3 Beishapo St.
Xi'an 710048
Phone: 008617392957286
E-Mail: Send Inquiry
Date/Time:  6/13/18 7:26 GMT

Bettering Biotech Factory Supply Asian Ginseng Extract

1. Sources and Habitat

Ginseng Extract is extracted from the root and leaf of Panax ginseng C. A. Mey,
which is the specie of slow-growing perennial plants with fleshy roots, belonging
to the genus Panax of the family Araliaceae. Ginseng is found only in the northern
hemisphere, in eastern Asia (mostly Korea, northeastern China, Bhutan and eastern
Siberia), typically in cooler climates.

2. Descriptions and Specifications of Product

Content Specifications: 10.0%-80.0% Ginsenoside Test by UV/HPLC

Ginsenoside Rg1
Molecular Formula: C42H72O14

Molecular Mass: 801.01

CAS No.: 22427-39-0

Constitutional Formula:

Ginsenoside Rb1

Molecular Formula: C54H92O23

Molecular Mass:1109.29

CAS No.: 41753-43-9

Constitutional Formula:

Ginsenoside Rb2

Molecular Formula: C53H90O22

Molecular Mass:1079.26

CAS No.:11021-13-9

Constitutional Formula:

Ginsenoside Re

Molecular Formula: C48H82O18

Molecular Mass: 947.15

CAS No.: 52286-59-6

Constitutional Formula:

Ginsenoside Rc

Molecular Formula: C53H90O22

Molecular Mass:1079.26

CAS No.: 11021-14-0

Constitutional Formula:

Ginsenoside Rf

Molecular Formula: C42H72O14

Molecular Mass: 801.01

CAS No.: 52286-58-5

Constitutional Formula:

3. Indications and Uses

1.Ginseng Extract to alleviate motion sickness, pregnancy, post-operative nausea
and vomiting.

2.Mainly suitable for coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, heart rate is too
slow, too fast, premature ventricular bo, blood pressure disorder, neurasthenia,
menopausal syndrome

4. Safety Concerns

A common side effect of P. ginseng may be insomnia, but this effect is disputed.
Other side effects can include nausea, diarrhea, headaches, nose bleeds, high blood
pressure, low blood pressure, and breast pain. Ginseng may also lead to induction
of mania in depressed patients who mix it with antidepressants. Ginseng has been
shown to have adverse drug reactions with phenelzine and warfarin, but has been
shown to decrease blood alcohol levels. Ginseng extract may cause nosebleeds,
headaches, vomiting, elevated blood pressure, anxiety and insomnia. UMMC warns that
women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or at high risk for breast cancer should
avoid ginseng. The extract may negatively interact with diabetes medications, blood
thinners, antidepressants and antipyschotic medications. In addition, people on
certain types of ADHD medications, such as amphetamines or methylphenidate, should
avoid ginseng because it may enhance the stimulant effect of these drugs and
increase their side effects.

5. Dosage Information

For general support, the suggested dosage typically entails 200 mg of an extract
standardized to contain 4 percent to 7 percent ginsenosides, the primary active
components in Panax ginseng. If consuming the herb raw, the suggested dosage ranges
from 1 g to 2 g daily.

Condition-Specific Dosages

Clinical trials looking at the effects of Panax ginseng on a particular condition
have used the following daily dosages, according to Medline Plus and the University
of Pittsburgh Medical Center: Diabetes, 200 mg; erectile dysfunction, 2,700 mg in
three divided doses; sexual arousal in menopausal women, 3,000 mg; preventing cold
and flu, 100 mg.

Minimum Order: 1 kilograms

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