Last update July 1, 2015
Very High Risk
We do not have alternatives for Yellow ginseng.
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Yellow ginseng is also known as Blue-Cohosh. Here it is a list of alternative known names::
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Stimulant of uterus' muscle tone. Vascular constriction inductor.
On date of latest update relevant data concerning breastfeeding were not found.
May induce severe vasoconstriction of coronary arteries and lower extremity vessels that can lead to heart infarction and hypertensive crisis. Can induce abortion.
Heart infarction and seizures have been reported in neonate infants from women who used it to stimulate uterine contractions in labor.