Trade Name: Ginseng tincture.
Prepared from coarsely-grained roots of ginseng -10 g + 70% ethyl alcohol in a quantity sufficient to produce 100 ml tincture.
A transparent liquid of yellowish color.
Pharmacotherapeutical Group: CNS stimulating substance (a tonic).
The main pharmacological feature of a ginseng tincture consists in its tonic effect. The product stimulates brain excitation processes and enhances reflex activity. Ginseng products have been found to increase workability and decrease fatigue under physical and mental stress.
Ginseng tincture is used as a tonic and stimulant for increased physical and mental stress, an enhancer of workability and resistance to adverse environmental conditions, during recovery after a disease. Ginseng is used for asthenic conditions; as a component in a set of medical tools to treat neurasthenia-induced sexual dysfunction.
Arterial hypertension (high arterial pressure), hyperexcitability, epilepsy, convulsive
conditions, sleep disorders, acute infectious and viral diseases, chronic liver diseases.
Not recommended for women during pregnancy or nursing a baby, for children under
12 years old. To avoid sleep disorders, do not take in the afternoon.
Directions and Dosage
Adults and children over 12 years old take 15-25 drops orally 30-40 minutes before
meals 2-3 times a day. Not recommended to take in the afternoon. Course of treaient:
30-40 days. To repeat the course, consult a doctor.
Rarely may cause tachycardia, sleep disorders, headache, palpitation.
Tincture in 50-mi bottles of orange-colored glass.
Store in a dark, dry place out of reach of children.
Do not use after the date indicated on the package.
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