Ginseng is a light tan, gnarled root, sometimes resembling a human body, with stringy shoots that look like arms and legs. Asian (Panax Gineng) contains the active ingredient ginsenosides and saponins which are responsible for some of immense benefits of Rizer XL™.
Used for over a thousand years, Ginseng is a substance that strengthens and normalizes body functions. Asian ginseng is believed to enhance the immune system, help the body fight off infection and disease. Several clinical studies report that Asian ginseng can improve immune function.
Asian ginseng has been proven to increase sperm production, sexual activity, and sexual performance. A study of 46 men has also shown an increase in sperm count as well as motility. Another study in 60 men found that Asian ginseng increased libido (sexual desire) and decreased erection problems.
There have been quite a few studies using Asian ginseng for athletic performance in humans and was confirmed by Rizer XL's™ own research as we have found that Asian ginseng as the most effective method to decrease fatigue during sexual situations.
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Scientific Literature and References
1. Young Ock Kim, Hak-Jae Kim, Geum Soog Kim, Ho Gi Park, Sang Jong Lim, Nak Sul Seong, Yung Woon Ham, Sung Dong Lee, Ki-Hyo Jang, Kyung Hee Jung, Joo-Ho Chung, Soon Ah Kang. "Panax ginseng Protects Against Global Ischemia Injury in Rat Hippocampus Journal of Medicinal Food." February 2009, 12(1): 71-76. doi:10.1089/jmf.2007.0614.
2. K.S. Kang, T. Tanaka, E.J. Cho, T. Yokozawa. "Evaluation of the Peroxynitrite Scavenging Activity of Heat-Processed Ginseng Journal of Medicinal Food." February 2009, 12(1): 124-130. doi:10.1089/jmf.2007.0646.
3. Xiao-Li Li, Chong-Zhi Wang, Sangeeta R. Mehendale, Shi Sun1, Qi Wang and Chun-Su Yuan "Panaxadiol, a purified ginseng component, enhances the anti-cancer effects of 5-fluorouracil in human colorectal cancer cells Cancer" Chemotherapy and Pharmacology 11 March 2009
4. Kazuyoshi Kitaoka, PhD1,2 †; Kaoru Uchida, BS3 †; Naoko Okamoto, BS3 †; Sachiko Chikahisa, PhD1; Toshitsugu Miyazaki, MS4; Eiji Takeda, MD, PhD3; Hiroyoshi Séi, MD, PhD1 "Fermented Ginseng Improves the First-Night Effect in Humans." 413-421
5. Sugimoto S, Nakamura S, Matsuda H, Kitagawa N, Yoshikawa M. "Chemical constituents from seeds of Panax ginseng: structure of new dammarane-type triterpene ketone, panaxadione, and hplc comparisons of seeds and flesh Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo)." 2009 Mar;57(3):283-7
6. Yoon H. Chang and Perry K. W. Ng "Effects of Extrusion Process Variables on Extractable Ginsenosides in Wheat-Ginseng Extrudates J. Agric." Food Chem., 2009, 57 (6), pp 2356–2362
7. Park JS, Park EM, Kim DH, Jung K, Jung JS, Lee EJ, Hyun JW, Kang JL, Kim HS. "Anti-inflammatory mechanism of ginseng saponins in activated microglia J Neuroimmunol." 2009 Feb 15
8. Ying Diao1,2, Xian-Ming Lin3, Chao-Lin Liao3, Chun-Zi Tang3, Zhong-Jian Chen4, Zhong-Li Hu1 "Authentication of Panax ginseng from its Adulterants by PCR-RFLP and ARMS" Planta Med DOI: 10.1055/s-0029-1185321
9. Shukla R, Kumar M. "Role of Panax ginseng as an antioxidant after cadmium-induced hepatic injuries Food Chem Toxicol." 2009 Apr;47(4):769-73. Epub 2009 Jan 8
10. Lee JH, Shim JS, Chung MS, Lim ST, Kim KH. "Inhibition of pathogen adhesion to host cells by polysaccharides from Panax ginseng Biosci Biotechnol Biochem." 2009 Jan;73(1):209-12. Epub 2009 Jan 7
11. Kim HY, Kang KS, Yamabe N, Yokozawa T. "Comparison of the effects of Korean ginseng and heat-processed Korean ginseng on diabetic oxidative stress." Am J Chin Med. 2008;36(5):989-1004.
12. Reunov AA, Reunova GD, Alexandrova YN, Muzarok TI, Zhuravlev YN. "The pollen metamorphosis phenomenon in Panax ginseng, Aralia elata and Oplopanax elatus; an addition to discussion concerning the Panax affinity in Araliaceae." Zygote. 2009 Feb;17(1):1-17. Epub 2008 Nov 25
13. Reay JL, Scholey AB, Milne A, Fenwick J, Kennedy DO. "Panax ginseng has no effect on indices of glucose regulation following acute or chronic ingestion in healthy volunteers" Br J Nutr. 2008 Nov 19:1-6
14. Mohammad Lalmoddin Mollah 1, Gi-Sang Kim 1, Hye-Kyung Moon 2, Shin-Kyo Chung 2, Yong-Pil Cheon 3, Jong-Kuk Kim 2, Kil-Soo Kim "Antiobesity effects of wild ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer) mediated by PPAR- , GLUT4 and LPL in ob/ob mice" Phytotherapy Research Volume 23 Issue 2, Pages 220 – 225 Published Online: 1 Oct 2008
15. Lee JH, Lee JH, Lee YM, Kim PN, Jeong CS. "Potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of Panax ginseng head butanolic fraction in animals Food Chem Toxicol. 2008 Dec;46(12):3749-52." Epub 2008 Oct 1.
16. Patricia D. Biondo, Sarah J. Robbins, Jennifer D. Walsh, Linda J. McCargar, Vicki J. Harber, and Catherine J. Field "A randomized controlled crossover trial of the effect of ginseng consumption on the immune response to moderate exercise in healthy sedentary men" Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. 33(5): 966–975 (2008
17. Tung-Kwang Lee, Weidong Wang, Kevin F. O'Brien, Roberta M. Johnke, Tao Wang, Ron R. Allison, Angelica L. Diaz "Effect of North American Ginseng on 137Cs-induced Micronuclei in Human Lymphocytes: A Comparison with WR-1065" Phytotherapy Research Volume 22 Issue 12, Pages 1614 - 1622
18. Gao Rui-lan, Xu Cong-lian, Jin Jin-mei, Ma Feng-shun, Wang Wen-tao, Lin Zhen-chang and Liang Huai-shan "The effects of total saponins of panax ginseng on hematopoietic progenitor cells in healthy humans and aplastic anemia patients" Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine Volume 1, Number 1 / March, 1995