Leaf: Ginsenosides 40% HPLC, 80% UV
Root: Ginsenodies 5%-15%
Asian ginseng is a gnarled root that looks like a human body with stringy shoots for arms and legs. In traditional Chinese medicine, it was often used to bring long life, strength, and wisdom to those who took it.Today, ginseng is sometimes called an "adaptogen," a substance that is supposed to help the body better cope with mental or physical stress. Scientists haven't found any evidence that adaptogens exist. But ginseng has been studied for several conditions, and it is one of the most popular herbs around the world.
Possible Effective for*:
Stress and well-being
Asian ginseng is sometimes called an "adaptogen," something that helps the body deal with physical or mental stress.
Several studies report that Asian ginseng may slightly improve thinking or learning. Early research shows that Asian ginseng may improve performance on such things as mental arithmetic,concentration, memory, and other measures.
Asian ginseng may boost the immune system, which might help the body fight off infection and disease.
Asian ginseng may improve athletic performance in people and laboratory animals.
Pesticide Residues Compliance：
Pesticide residue has become a major obstacle for US customers when importing the material from China, due to the strict regulations FDA imposes. Skyherb has been working closely with its growers to reduce the use of pesticide in the cultivation of Asian ginseng. Therefore our ginseng extract is the safe choice for global markets.
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