Panax ginseng

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Synonyms for Panax ginseng

Chinese herb with palmately compound leaves and small greenish flowers and forked aromatic roots believed to have medicinal powers

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High-dose Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) for cancer-related fatigue: A Prelifsecary Report.
Scholey, who led the study, said previous studies have shown that Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) lowers blood glucose, improves cognitive performance, and alleviates the mental fatigue that is associated with intense cognitive processing.
Effect of Asian ginseng, Siberian ginseng and Indian Ayurvedic medicine ashwagandha on serum digoxin measurement by Digoxin III, a new immunoassay.
True Asian ginseng was so valuable that the Qing Dynasty, also known as the Manchu, rose to power as its exclusive trader, using the proceeds to finance everything from its gunpowder production to its opium addiction.
Whoopass's secret formula of ingredients that pump up the metabolism and have consumers singing "I feel good" includes vitamin B6, royal jelly, taurine, Asian ginseng, inosital, guarana extract and caffeine.
Already, wild populations of the closely related Asian ginseng have been extirpated across China, and wild-growing plants can now only be found in eastern Russia.
John's wort and Asian ginseng, we found that all of them had information on the pharmacology and indications of the herbs.
Metabolife Extreme Energy contains a proprietary blend of Guarana extract, Asian ginseng extract, Green tea extract, Yerba Mate extract, Eleuthero extract, Rhodiola extract and Theanine that work together to help increase energy, improve mental alertness and increase metabolism.
Asian ginseng is used as a preventive and restorative agent for boosting mental and physical capacities, immunity against infections, in subjects experiencing debility fatigue, tiredness and loss of concentration (Petkov and Mosharof 1987; Kim et al.
Researchers from the University of Leeds bought 68 different preparations of five commonly used remedies (St John's wort, Asian ginseng, Echinacea, garlic and Ginkgo) at two well known health food stores, three large chain pharmacies, and three pharmacies at supermarkets.
The company's proprietary blend of ingredients also includes green tea and oolong tea leaf extracts, Asian ginseng root extract, caffeine and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).
John's wort, Siberian and Asian ginseng, spirulina and valerian.
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