Last update June 10, 2016
We do not have alternatives for Ginseng.
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Roots of shrub are used. It contains saponins (ginsenosides).
Attributed properties that are not based on proven clinical results are: stimulant of CNS, inductor of hypoglycemia and hypolipidemia, agonistic action on estrogen secretion.
At latest update, relevant published data on excretion into breast milk were not found.
It is a widely used plant on many cultures and countries for medical purposes, even during pregnancy and breastfeeding with no side-effects reported.
Based on its low toxicity, an occasional and moderate use is not regarded as risky while breastfeeding.
The excessive use of estrogenic agonists may decrease milk production.