Data provided by Applied Health
side effects, nutrient depletions, herbal interactions and health notes:
• There are no known nutritional considerations, at this time.1
• Studies indicate that Asian and Siberian ginseng may improve the effectiveness of flu vaccines. Talk to your physician or pharmacist about this herbal/medication synergy.2
2 Scaglione F, Cattaneo G, Alessandria M, Cogo R. Efficacy and safety of the standardized ginseng extract G 115 for potentiating vaccination against common cold and/or influenza syndrome. Drugs Exptl Clin Res 1996;22:65-72.
2 2. Zykov MP, Protasova SF. Prospects of immunostimulating vaccination against influenza including the use of Eleutherococcus and other preparations of plants. In New Data on Eleutherococcus: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Eleutherococcus, Moscow, 1984, 164-9.
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