Flordis Ginsana

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Flordis Ginsana

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Flordis Ginsana 60 Capsules

Flordis Ginsana contains Panax ginseng, an herb, which serves to increase your stamina and boost your energy levels. It is a great supplement to aid in endurance training.

The modern lifestyle with overloaded work and unbalanced diet pose many challenges to health out of which low energy levels is commonly experienced by many. Flordis Ginsana addresses fatigue by boosting your energy levels and reducing your physical stress. It also aids in increased utilization of oxygen by your body thereby making you feel revitalized. 

Who Benefits Most From Flordis Ginsana

Flordis Ginsana is ideal for all who are low on energy. It is particularly beneficial for:

  • Athletes and sports persons who exercise regularly.
  • People with a busy work schedule that demands active performance throughout the day.
  • People who are under stress and in need of energy to get going.

Flordis Ginsana contains soya and hence those who are allergic to soya should refrain from using the health supplement. Owing to possible link between soya allergy and peanut allergy, those with peanut allergy also should avoid taking the supplement.

Flordis Ginsana is contraindicated for those with hypersensitivity to Panax ginseng and its ingredients.

Owing to lactose content in the herbal supplement, it is not recommended for those who are lactose intolerant.

Flordis Ginsana is not recommended for children.

Pregnant women need to avoid using Ginsana capsules as there are not yet authentic studies on the safety of using the herb while pregnant. Breastfeeding mothers too are not encouraged to take the capsules.

Since Panax ginseng may interact with warfarin, an anticoagulant, it is strictly recommended to those who are on blood thinners to seek medical advice before using the herb.

An overdose of the supplement may cause nervousness. If situation demands, supportive measures are to be taken immediately.

In rare cases, the capsules can cause nausea, insomnia, allergic reactions, stomach pain and stomach disorders.

Being sugar free, Flordis Ginsana is suitable for diabetics.

No reports have so far been made on the capsule’s adverse effect on the ability to drive and operate machinery.



How to take Ginsana capsules
Adults take two capsules with breakfast, or one with breakfast and one with lunch, or as recommended by your doctor or health care professional. A usual course of treatment lasts 8 to 12 weeks.


Each Ginsana soft capsule contains:
Panax ginseng extract, equivalent to dry root 212.5 mg
(Standardised to ginsenosides 4 mg)


Before you use Ginsana capsules
Ginsana capsules contain soya and should not be taken by patients known to be allergic to soya. As there is a possible relationship between allergy to soya and allergy to peanut, patients with peanut allergy should also avoid taking Ginsana capsules.

Ginsana capsules are contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to Panax ginseng and any of the ingredients in the product. (Ethylvanillin and other inactive ingredients).

Ginsana capsules contain lactose and are not recommended for those who are lactose intolerant. Ginsana capsules are not recommended for children.


Pregnancy and lactation
As controlled studies with pregnant women are not available, Ginsana capsules are not recommended for use during pregnancy and lactation.


How to take Ginsana capsules
Adults take two capsules with breakfast, or one with breakfast and one with lunch, or as recommended by your doctor or health care professional. A usual course of treatment lasts 8 to 12 weeks.


Interaction with other medicines
Panax ginseng may reduce the effect of warfarin (or other coumarin anticoagulants).


Signs of nervousness may occur following an overdose of the product. General supportive measures should be taken if necessary.

While you are taking Ginsana capsules
You should remind your health care professional that you are taking Ginsana capsules, especially if you are currently taking or intend starting any other medicine.


Effects on ability to drive and operate machinery
No effects on the ability to drive or operate machinery are currently known.


Undesirable effects
In rare cases, gastrointestinal reactions (such as nausea, stomach pain and diarrhoea) and insomnia have been reported. In addition, allergic reactions have been reported rarely.


General remarks
Ginsana capsules are sugarless and therefore suitable for diabetics.