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ginseng extract 

ginseng extract

Item name:Ginseng extract

Part used:Stem and leaf
Appearance:Brown Yellow Powder
Active Ingredient:Ginsenosides
Application:Foods Supplyment/Beverages/Health care products/Cosmetics
Test method:HPLC/UV

About Ginseng

As is known to all, ginseng is the "king of herbs" and "the first of the three treasures of traditional Chinese medicine". Ginseng has been used in China for at least 4,000 years. The four classics of Chinese medicine, "Compendium of Materia Medica", "Treatise on Febrile Diseases" and "Difficulties", The "Warm Diseases" has recorded the medicinal value of ginseng, which is enough to witness the status of ginseng in China.

Ginsenosides are extracted from the stems and leaves of the ginseng of the Araliaceae plant, which is rich in 18 kinds of ginseng monomer saponins.


Ginseng Main efficacy ingredients:
Ginsenoside is a sterol compound, triterpenoid saponin. It mainly exists in the medicinal materials of ginseng. Ginsenoside is considered to be the active ingredient in ginseng. The main functional ingredients are as follows:

 Rg1: It can quickly restore fatigue, improve learning and memory, delay aging, stimulate central nervous system and inhibit platelet aggregation.

Re: inhibits the central nervous system and promotes DNA and RNA synthesis.

Rb1: Protects vascular endothelial cells, and anti-aging improves memory.

Rc: anti-fatigue and diastolic macrovascular effects, similar to Rg1.

Rb2: acts on the G2 phase of the cell reproductive cycle, inhibits the synthesis of pre-mitotic proteins and ATP in cancer cells, slows the proliferation of cancer cells, inhibits cancer cell infiltration, inhibits tumor cell metastasis, and promotes tumor cell apoptosis. And inhibit the growth of tumor cells.

Rb3: Improves neurological deficits, reduces infarct size in the brain, and relieves brain edema.

Rd: Enhances the body's non-specific resistance to noxious stimuli.


Ginseng extract Application:
1) Health products:
Anti-aging and brain health products

2) Drugs: Ginsenosides can be made into injections, pills, and the like.

3) It is used in food additives and has the functions of anti-fatigue, anti-aging, nourishing and nourishing the brain;

4) Applied in the field of cosmetics, it has the functions of whitening, freckle, anti-wrinkle and activating skin. The cells make the skin softer and firmer.


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Product information:

Basic Information

Product Name

Ginseng Extract

Used Part 

Steam and Leaves


Light yellow Powder



Test Method



Total Ginsengsides UV80%

Active Ingredient


Physical Characteristics

Sieve Analysis

NLT 95% pass 80 mesh

Loss on Drying


Ash Content


Residual Solvents

Total Heavy Metals


Pesticide Residues


Microbiological Assay

Total Plate Count


Total Yeast & Mold









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