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Ginseng or Panax is one of the most popular and widely-researched herbal remedies in the world. It is even believed to be a natural cure-all and can be used for a wide variety of purposes, such as low mood and decreased mental capacity.

Ginseng contains 12 elements, including phosphorus, sulfur, potassium, calcium, molybdenum, iron, etc.; 100 biologically active substances; vitamins E, A, F, and B; nicotinic and folic, pantothenic acid; and other beneficial elements.

Ginseng tincture has a general tonic effect: improves appetite, increases blood pressure, and mental and physical performance, stimulates sexual function; reduces general weakness, fatigue, and drowsiness; reduces cholesterol and blood sugar, and activates the activity of the adrenal cortex. Buy Ginseng tincture to stimulate the central nervous system.

The short list of indications for its use includes:

  • Physical and mental fatigue;
  • Arterial hypotension;
  • Asthenic syndrome;
  • Nervous breakdown;
  • Sexual dysfunction;
  • Neurocirculatory dystonia (hypotonic type);
  • The protracted recovery period after a number of diseases (incl. infections).


Read more about herbal adaptogens.


To be used as a dietary supplement.

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This product has not been approved by the US FDA. All statements on this page are for informational purposes only and have not been evaluated by the US FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. See more

Dosage and administration

It is recommended to take 15–25 drops of Ginseng tincture mixed with clean water orally 2-3 times a day 30–40 minutes before a meal (except evening/night time). The duration of the common treatment course is 30–40 days but can be extended/repeated as prescribed.


Arterial hypertension, hypersensitivity, epilepsy, convulsive state, hyperexcitability, sleep disturbance, acute infectious or virus disease, chronic liver diseases, age below 12 years, pregnancy, and lactation.

Side effects

Rarely: Tachycardia, sleep disturbance, headache, hypertension, hypoglycemia, and allergic reactions.


A severe overdose of Ginseng tincture can possibly lead to increased dose-related side effects.

Drug interaction

Use with caution alongside antidiabetic drugs (because of the increased hypoglycemic effect) and with MAOIs. Simultaneous application of the tincture with loop diuretics increases the risk of developing resistance to them. Ginseng potentiates the action of psychostimulants and analeptics (incl. caffeine and camphor) and strengthens the effect of warfarin. Ginseng antagonizes with CNS depressants (incl. barbiturates, tranquilizers, and antiepileptic drugs).

Special instructions

not recommended to take Ginseng tincture in the evening hours in order to avoid sleep disturbances. To achieve the best results use in autumn and winter. Important: tincture contains alcohol.

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  1. Barton et al (2009) Pilot study of Panax quinquefolius (American ginseng) to improve cancer-related fatigue: a randomized, double-blind, dose-finding evaluation: NCCTG trial N03CA
  2. Jian-Ming et al (2010) Ginseng Compounds: An Update on Their Molecular Mechanisms and Medical Applications
  3. S Kim, J Park et al (2011) Trends in Ginseng Research in 2010
  4. Lee et al (2011) Comparative Study of Korean White, Red, and Black Ginseng Extract on Cholinesterase Inhibitory Activity and Cholinergic Function
  5. Baek et al (2012) Recent Methodology in Ginseng Analysis
  6. Lee et al (2012) Safety and Tolerability of Panax ginseng Root Extract: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Clinical Trial in Healthy Korean Volunteers
  7. Yeo et al (2012) Effects of Korean Red Ginseng on Cognitive and Motor Function: A Double-blind, Randomized, Placebo-controlled Trial
  8. S Kang, H Min (2012) Ginseng, the ‘Immunity Boost’: The Effects of Panax ginseng on Immune System
  9. Choi et al (2013) Ginseng for Health Care: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials in Korean Literature
  10. S Oliynyk, O Seikwan (2013) Actoprotective effect of ginseng: improving mental and physical performance
  11. Park et al (2013) Subacute Oral Toxicity Study of Korean Red Ginseng Extract in Sprague-Dawley Rats
  12. Kim et al (2013) Antifatigue Effects of Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial
  13. Kim et al (2013) A comprehensive review of the therapeutic and pharmacological effects of ginseng and ginsenosides in central nervous system
  14. L Chang, K Jong-Hoon (2014) A review on the medicinal potentials of ginseng and ginsenosides on cardiovascular diseases
  15. Kim et al (2015) Safety Analysis of Panax Ginseng in Randomized Clinical Trials: A Systematic Review
  16. Rokot et al (2016) A Role of Ginseng and Its Constituents in the Treatment of Central Nervous System Disorders
  17. Yang et al (2017) Ginseng: An Nonnegligible Natural Remedy for Healthy Aging
  18. Z Li, G Ji (2018) Ginseng and obesity
  19. Caldwell et al (2018) The Effects of a Korean Ginseng, GINST15, on Perceptual Effort, Psychomotor Performance, and Physical Performance in Men and Women
  20. Park et al (2018) Systems-level mechanisms of action of Panax ginseng: a network pharmacological approach
  21. Lho et al (2018) Effects of lifetime cumulative ginseng intake on cognitive function in late life
  22. Huang et al (2019) Neuroprotective Effects of Ginseng Phytochemicals: Recent Perspectives  
  23. Li et al (2021) Neuroprotective Potentials of Panax Ginseng Against Alzheimer’s Disease: A Review of Preclinical and Clinical Evidences 
  24. Liu et al (2022) Functional compounds of ginseng and ginseng-containing medicine for treating cardiovascular diseases
  25. Shin et al (2023) Panax ginseng as a potential therapeutic for neurological disorders associated with COVID-19; Toward targeting inflammasome


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Luis M.

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Well...service is ok....

Using the item..not the service, did not full my expectation.., I am sorry in this time I do admire the russian pharma and I have tried products from there and from the rest of the world as well, and being an older person (70 yo) I guess it would be expected to be qualified as a trustable “ guinea pig” as a tester, and should add that I have been a supplement “tester” for six years +, and actually beeing in Very good shape...well the ginseng tincture did not do any thing for me, nor the beaber extract, nothing- nada-nill,..I have triple the dose expecting to fell “anything”, but not. Sorry for this statment, but maybe it is only me n=1, I hope...Luis Mtz. Mexico

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