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American Ginseng Extract

American Ginseng Extract
American Ginseng Extract
Introduction:American Ginseng Extract; 10.0% Ginsenosides UV/HPLC; Anti-fatigue
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1. Sources and Habitat

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) is an herbaceous perennial plant in the ivy family. American ginseng was formerly particularly widespread in the Appalachian and Ozark regions (and adjacent forested regions such as Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario). It is also grown commercially, under artificial shade, woods cultivated, or wild-simulated methods, in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Wisconsin, particularly Marathon County, accounts for about 95% of production in the United States. It is also widely grown in Ontario, Canada and China.

 

2. Descriptions and Specifications of Product

Content Specifications: 10.0%-20.0% 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

To enhance physical strength and inhibit senescence. 

 Calming, promoting nerve growing, anti-convulsion and labor pains. 

 American Ginseng Extract Powder can be used in treatment and prevention of hepatitis and cirrhosis.

 

4. Safety Concerns

American ginseng is possibly safe in adults and children when used short-term. It can cause some side effects including diarrhea, itching, trouble sleeping (insomnia), headache, and nervousness. In some people, American ginseng might also cause rapid heartbeat, increased blood pressure or decreased blood pressure, breast tenderness, vaginal bleeding in women, and other side effects. Uncommon side effects that have been reported include a severe rash called Stevens-Johnson syndrome, liver damage, and severe allergic reaction.

 

5. Dosage Information

For reducing blood sugar after a meal in people with type 2 diabetes: 3 grams up to 2 hours before a meal. American ginseng should be taken within 2 hours of a meal. If it is taken too long before eating, the blood sugar might become too low.

For preventing upper respiratory tract infections such as the common cold or flu: a specific American ginseng extract called CVT-E002 (Cold-fX, Afexa Life Sciences, Canada) 200 mg twice daily for 3-4 months has been used.

The information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, hence only for reference.