Flordis Ginsana 60Caps
A different way to enhance immunity, support stamina, and relieve tiredness.
Ginsana contains an exclusive natural active ingredient that’s been clinically researched to promote immune system function and help support endurance and physical performance. Ginsana helps the body adapt to times of increased stress and demand to support vitality and recovery.
In Ginsana, we take care to use a specific standardised extract of Panax ginseng referred to as G115®, which is produced using a validated extraction process. This specific formula is the result of over 40 years of research.
- Strengthen and support the immune system
- Enhances immunity and helps stimulate a healthy immune system
- Support energy levels and relieve fatigue from exertion
- Maintain energy levels and optimise energy utilisation to help reduce tiredness
- Support physical performance
- Supports endurance and recovery after periods of increased physical demand
Adults: take 2 capsules daily with breakfast or 1 capsule with breakfast and 1 capsule with lunch. For best results, take Ginsana for4 weeks minimum.
Ginsana is generally well tolerated and used by millions of people worldwide.
Some medicines and Ginsana may interfere with each other. These include blood thinning medications such as anticoagulants. See your health professional if you plan to take any of the above medications before taking Ginsana.
Ginsana capsules need to be swallowed whole.
Each capsule of Ginsana contains: Specific extract of Panax ginseng (G115®) 100 mg equiv. to dry root 212.5 mg.
Ginsana contains gelatin of bovine origin. Ginsana contains a small amount of lactose (55.5 mg), and no added gluten, wheat, soy, yeast, egg, salt, artificial flavourings, colours, or preservatives. Ginsana capsules do not contain any caffeine or stimulants. Ginsana capsules contain a small amount of mannitol.
Tell your health professional if you have galactose intolerance (galactosaemia).
What makes Ginsana different?
Each Ginsana capsule contains the specific standardised G115 ginseng extract from the roots of Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer. G115, with a standardised amount of ginsenosides at a concentration of 4%. Therefore, you can be more confident that products with G115 can deliver the health outcomes demonstrated in clinical trials on this specific extract.
The cultivation of ginseng plants follows the international guidelines of the Good Agriculture Practice (GAP). After harvesting, only the 5-7 year old roots are processed via a standardised extraction method which is used to prepare the extract. Analytical controls ensure the absence of contamination. At the end of the extraction, the G115 is standardised and additional studies with the finished product (Ginsana) are carried out - to support its quality, tolerability and reliability. Ginsana is the result of more than 35 years of clinical research.
Is Ginsana a stimulant?
Ginsana is an adaptogen that favours homeostasis. It supports energy, but is not a stimulant. Ginsana may help with mental and physical endurance and improve immune response, including when stressed or fatigued.
Ginsana is ideal for people who have multiple tasks to fulfil at home and business, with activities that require energy support, family caring, or demanding recreational activities such as sport.
What is the best time to take Ginsana?
Take Ginsana at about the same time each day, with breakfast or lunch or as directed by your health professional. Taking it at the same time will have the best effect. It will also help you remember when to take it.
Can Ginsana be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
Studies with pregnant or breastfeeding women are so far not available. In the absence of sufficient data, the use of Ginsana during pregnancy and lactation is not recommended. It is important to speak with a health professional if you have specific questions or concerns.
Is Ginsana suitable for children and adolescents?
Use in children under 12 years of age is not recommended.
Studies with children and adolescents are so far not available. In the absence of sufficient data, it is not recommended for children or adolescents. However, it is recommended you speak to your health care professional if you have specific questions or concerns.
Is Ginsana likely to interact with other medications?
Tell your health professional if you are taking any other medicines, including any that you get without a prescription. Some medicines and Ginsana may interfere with each other. These include: blood thinning medications (medicines that increase the tendency to bleed), such as anticoagulants, antithrombotics, and antiplatelet medicines.
If you are about to be started on any new medicine, remind your health professional that you are taking Ginsana.
Should Ginsana be stopped before surgery?
If you are going to have surgery or dental procedures, tell your healthcare professional you have been taking Ginsana. It may increase the risk of bleeding and may affect other medicines used during surgery. It is recommended to stop Ginsana at least 2 weeks before surgery. However, it is important to discuss this with your healthcare professional, including your anaesthetist and surgeon.