Chemical Formula: C54H92O23
Formula Weight: 1109.29
Chemical Family: Saponins
Appearance: White powder
Melting Point: 195-197°C
Long Term Storage: +4C
Shipping Conditions: Room Temperature
Tariff Code: Sch B# 3822.00.0002 (CN,CH,AU:HTS# 3822.00.60.00)
Botanical Name: N/A
Merck Index: N/A
Used for: American Ginseng
EINECS (EC#): 255-532-8
RTECS: LZ 5856000
Safety Phrase: 26-36
Risk Phrase: 20/21/22
Safety Notes: Harmful
Hazard Statements: N/A
Signal Word: WARNING
Precautionary Statements: N/A
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Ginsenoside Rb1 has been shown in animal studies to increase testosterone production and also inhibit chemoinvasion and angiogenesis.
Ginseng has been utilized as a traditional medicine for many years. Ginsenosides are glycosylated triterpenes that are pharmacologically active components of the ginseng root Panax1. Studies on ginsenosides have shown support for various biological activities, such as having antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cardio-protective properties2,3,4.
1. Liang, Y., and Zhao, S. Progress in understanding of ginsenoside biosynthesis. Plant Biol. (Stuttg) 10(4), 415-421 (2008).
2. Camila S. Silva, Guilherme V. Portari, Helio Vannucchi. Chapter 10 - Antioxidant Treatment and Alcoholism. Molecular Aspects of Alcohol and Nutrition. Academic Press (2016): 119-131.
3. Kim, Ji & Yi, Young-Su & Mi Yeon, Kim & Cho, Jae. (2016). Role of ginsenosides, the main active components of Panax ginseng, in inflammatory responses and diseases. Journal of Ginseng Research. 41. 10.1016/j.jgr.2016.08.004.
4. Wu, Y., Xia, Z., Dou, J. et al. Mol Biol Rep (2011) 38: 4327. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11033-010-0558-4.