ginsenoside

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ginsenoside

(jin-en-ō-sīd),
The presumed active component in ginseng, from the chemical class of saponins.
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Further, it contains no ginsenosides, the well-known and frequently-researched chemicals that are characteristic of various types of ginseng.
Delivery of certain bioactive compounds, such as ginsenosides, can be hampered by their poor solubility and bioavailability.
Results indicated a clear, strong inhibition of lipase activity, with ginsenosides [Rb.
It was previously suggested that the addition of ginsenosides to bacerin could increase lymphocyte proliferation in response to specific S.
We found most products to provide approximately 10 to 40 mg of ginsenosides per day, but some yielded much higher amounts, including one that delivered a whopping 304 mg.
The main active ingredient consists of ginsenosides, a group of steroidal saponins.
The red ginseng product given was 3 gm per day, which included 60 mg of ginsenosides.
The pharmacological efficacy of Korean ginseng is known to be enhanced by these processes mostly due to the changes in the characteristics of the constituent ginsenosides (Blumenthal 2001).
The active ingredients are ginsenosides, of which 27 have been identified.
95 Korean Ginseng (30% Ginsenosides caps) - for increased vitality .
We urge Senator Feingold to introduce additional legislation requiring manufacturers to list ginsenosides content on products purporting to contain ginseng.