Tienchi Ginseng has traditionally been used to help relieve soft tissue injuries
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Popular with athletes, Tienchi Ginseng has traditionally been used to help relieve soft tissue injuries such as bruises, muscle pain, sprains and strains by addressing bleeding (including blood loss that occurs under the surface of the skin resulting in bruising), dispersing swelling, and reducing pain. Tienchi Ginseng can be used to enhance exercise performance and tolerance, improving stamina and endurance when taken prior to a training session, and assisting with muscle recovery when taken afterwards. It promotes heart health and enhances the integrity of the blood vessels. It also has antioxidant properties, and has been known to assist healthy people in maintaining normal cholesterol and blood sugar levels. It supports healthy weight management when taken alongside a balanced diet and regular exercise program.
|Botanical Name||Panax notoginseng|
|Country of Origin||China|
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