Source: Panax ginseng
Origin of raw materials: Northeast China
Used part: roots
Appearance: yellowish to off-white powder
Specification: 10%-80% HPLC
Ginseng is a perennial herb (Apiales, Araliaceae, and Panax) and a kind of ombrophyte. Its leaves are free of stomata and palisade tissues and therefore cannot retain water. If the temperature is higher than 32 ℃, the leaves will burn and the canopy degree is 0.7-0.8. It usually blooms in 3 years and bears fruit in 5-6 years. Its flowering period is from May to June and the fruiting period is from June to September.
Ginseng mostly grows at 40-45 degrees north latitude and 117.5-134 degrees east longitude. It is distributed in eastern Liaoning, the eastern half of Jilin and eastern Heilongjiang. It has been introduced in Hebei, Shanxi, and Shandong and has also been cultivated in the Soviet Union, North Korea and Japan.
Some of the monomeric saponins in ginsenosides have the following components: rg3, rg2, rb1, rb2, rd, rc, re, rg1, etc.
1. Ginseng has been known as "King of Herbs" and "Best Product for Nourishing Yin and Kidney, Strengthening and Consolidating Body resistance" since ancient times. It contains a variety of saponins and polysaccharides. The extract can be slowly absorbed by the skin without adverse irritation, expand skin capillaries, promote skin blood circulation, increase skin nutrition, regulate skin water-oil balance, and prevent skin dehydration, hardening, and wrinkling. Its active substances can inhibit melanin reduction, whiten and smoothen the skin, and enhance skin elasticity; as a result, cells may get new life. Therefore, it is the best product for skin care and beauty effects.
2. The succulent root of ginseng is a famous tonic suitable for adjusting blood pressure, restoring heart function, neurasthenia and physical weakness. It also has expectorant, stomach-strengthening, diuretic, and excitement effects.
Packaging and shipping:
25 kg export-grade cardboard barrels as outer package; double-layer food-grade plastic bag as inner package
Shipped by air, by sea and by express.