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Panax notoginseng is a member of the aralia family (Araliaceae) and is native to China. Variously called notoginseng, sanchi, tienchi, sanqi, or tianqi, the root is used to improve circulation, and treat cardiovascular issues, traumatic injuries, and bleeding.

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Please enjoy this information on sanchi ginseng made available through the generosity of Ginseng Plus’ adoption.

Additional ABC Notoginseng Resources

HerbalGram Articles

What in the Name of Panax Are Those Other "Ginsengs". 2003; 57:35.

HerbClip reviews

Topical Application of Arnica Gel May Provide Pain Relief Three Days Post-eccentric Exercise in Men, HC# 101312-490, February 15, 2014

Arnica Gel as Effective as Ibuprofen Gel in Osteoarthritis of the Hands, HC# 050571-329, May 31, 2007

Herbs in the Treatment of Back Pain, HC# 120655-310, August 15, 2006

Botanical Treatments for Hemorrhoids, HC# 010362-310, August 15, 2006

 

Watch this space for the press release on Farlong Pharmaceuticals' adoption of Panax notoginseng.

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