Radix Ginseng (Ginseng root)

Name:Ginseng root (Radix Ginseng)

Indications for use:
It is used as a tonic and stimulant for asthenia (weakness), overwork, neurasthenia, as a result of infectious and debilitating diseases, as well as for weakening of sexual function due to neurasthenia (in complex therapy).

Pharmacological action:
Biogenic stimulant.

Radix Ginseng (Ginseng root) method of administration and doses:
Assign inside 30-40 minutes before meals, 15-25 drops 2-3 times every day. The course of treatment is 30-40 days. If necessary, it is repeated after 2-3 weeks.

Release form:
Alcohol tincture with 70% ethyl alcohol 1:10 in bottles of 50 ml.

Radix Ginseng (Ginseng root) contraindications:
Hypertension (persistent rise in blood pressure), high excitability, insomnia, bleeding. Like other similar tinctures, ginseng tincture should not be taken in the afternoon.

Storage conditions:
In a dry, dark place.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Collected at the age of 5-6, washed, whole and cut lengthwise into pieces and dried roots of wild and cultivated perennial herb ginseng – PanaxginsengC.A. (synonym: Rapah schin-seng Nees), fam. Araliaceae (Araliaceae).
The roots of ginseng five-leaf (Rapah quinqueafolium) and creeping ginseng (Rapah repens) are also used.
Ginseng root contains essential and fatty oils, pectins and other carbohydrates, glycosides (panaxosides A and B, panaquilon, panaxin), saponins and other substances. The chemical nature and pharmacological properties of the substances contained in ginseng are still not well understood.

Before using the medication“Radix Ginseng (Ginseng root)” should be consulted with a doctor.
The instructions are provided solely for familiarization with “Radix Ginseng (Ginseng root) .”

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