Ginseng Tincture 25ml
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Ginseng Tincture instructionYou can buy Ginseng Tincture on this pageContraindications for Ginseng TinctureHypersensitivity to the components of Ginseng tincture, arterial hypertension, increased excitability, insomnia, hemorrhage..
Ginseng Tincture instruction
You can buy Ginseng Tincture on this page
Contraindications for Ginseng Tincture
Hypersensitivity to the components of Ginseng tincture, arterial hypertension, increased excitability, insomnia, hemorrhage, sleep disturbance, febrile syndrome on the background of acute infectious diseases; children's age (up to 12 years), pregnancy, lactation.
In connection with the maintenance of tincture of ethyl alcohol in Ginseng, this dosage form should not be used in patients with alcoholism (in order to avoid interruption of remission - "breakdown" and aggravation of the disease during relapse).
With caution. Diseases of the liver, alcoholism (contains alcohol).
Dosing and Administration (Instruction)
Inside, 30-40 minutes before meals, 30-50 drops of Ginseng tincture 2-3 times a day. The maximum daily intake for adults is 200 cap.
Means of plant origin, has adaptogenic, metabolic, biostimulating, antiemetic, tonic, stimulates appetite.
Pharmacological activity is due to the content of saponin glycosides-ginsenoids (panaxosides A and B, panacylon, panaxin), essential and fatty oils, sterols, peptides, vitamins and minerals.
Stimulates the central nervous system, reducing general weakness, increased fatigue, drowsiness, increases blood pressure, mental and physical performance; stimulates sexual function.
Reduces the content of cholesterol and glucose in the blood, activates the activity of the adrenal glands.
Diarrhea, insomnia, headache, nervousness, nausea, vomiting, tachycardia, agitation, increased blood pressure, epistaxis, hypoglycemia, skin allergic reactions to components of Ginseng tincture.
Overdose of Ginseng tincture. Symptoms: increased blood pressure, insomnia, swelling.
To prevent insomnia, you should avoid taking Ginseng tincture in the afternoon. There is a clearly pronounced seasonality of action: application in autumn and winter is most effective.
Application of Ginseng tincture enhances the effect of psychostimulants and analeptics (including caffeine, camphor, etc.).
It shows antagonism with drugs that depress the central nervous system, incl. Barbiturates, antiepileptic and anxiolytic drugs (tranquilizers), etc.
Enhances the effect of hypoglycemic drugs.
Ginseng tincture enhances the effect of warfarin.
Increases the risk of developing resistance to loop diuretics.