Siberian Ginseng 500mg GENSERIN Tablets

Each coated tablet contains:

Siberian ginseng : 500mg
(Equivalent to 2 grams of Siberian ginseng dried root powder)

Siberian ginseng is a plant and people have been using the roots of this plant for their medicinal value. Ginserin is a food supplement that supports normal immune system and contributes to optimal mental and cognitive ability

People used Siberian ginseng as an adaptogen, for increasing resistance to environmental stress. It is also used orally for normalizing high or low blood pressure, atherosclerosis, pyelonephritis, craniocerebral trauma, rheumatic heart disease, neuroses, insomnia, and increasing work capacity. It is also used orally as a general stimulant, diuretic, appetite stimulant, immune system stimulant and for preventing colds and flu.


  • Those who have stressful lifestyle
  • Those who are interested supporting active mental energy
  • Those who often feel tired, mental & physical exertion
  • Those who are interested in obtaining potential benefits of ginseng


Take 1 tablet twice after meals as a daily health supplement May be taken with water or other liquid
Duration of usage: Can be taken regularly 1 tablet as a daily health supplement. However it is advised to consult your physician / nutritionist if you want to take beyond 1 month.


Ginseng is often used to increase physical and mental activity, by people who feel weak and tired. There are studies that revealed, ginseng showed good results in helping from extreme tiredness resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness. Ginseng is often said to improve athletic performance and increase muscle strength. Ginseng may improve thinking ability and cognition.


One study found that elderly people who took Siberian ginseng, had better mental health and social functioning after 4 weeks of usage, compared to those who took placebo. A few population studies in Asia have linked the herb's consumption to a lower risk of cancer.


Men may see difference with events of erectile dysfunction or low libido. Ginseng may not work as synthetic drugs, but may make difference for the people who want to take something natural. A 2002 Korean study revealed that 60 percent of men who took ginseng noticed an improvement in their symptoms.


Research published in the International Journal of Molecular Medicine has suggested a possible link between ginseng and the treatment and prevention of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). This study was conducted in mice and found that red ginseng extract improved the survival of human lung epithelial cells infected with influenza virus.

Cautions and warnings:

  • Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
  • Consult a health care practitioner if you are pregnant or breastfeeding (Barnes et al. 2007; ESCOP 2003).
  • Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have any type of acute infection (Brinker 2001; Mills and Bone 2000)
  • Do not use if you have high blood pressure (Barnes et al. 2007; Brinker 2001; Blumenthal et al. 2000; Mills and Bone 2000; McGuffin et al. 1997).

Always read the product directions before use. Do not exceed the recommended intake. As with other supplements, seek professional advice before using if you suffer from food allergies. Vitamin any other supplements are not intended to treat or prevent any disease. Food supplements must not replace a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Properly discard this supplement when it is expired or no longer needed.