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Ginseng, Vitamins & Minerals

This combination is enriched with Ginseng - 'A Wonder Herb' along with essential vitamins and minerals in right amounts to keep you stays fit & fine. This combination rejuvenates & strengthens body organs, improves physical & mental well-being, improves blood circulation and keeps you away from tiredness,fatigue, stress & weakness. By these, it helps in improving overall health and vitality. Ginseng is considered as a great adaptogen. As an adaptogen, it promises anti-fatigue, anti-stress & anti-ageing activities as well as it can also acts as general tonic for mental & physical performance..

  • Composition

    Ginseng, Vitamins & Minerals

  • Release form

    Soft gel

  • Category

    Health Supplement


This combination is useful in:

  • Improves mental alertness & concentration
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Stays you away from fatigue and keeps you feel energetic
  • Fights stress
  • Improves immunity & stamina
  • Improves overall health & vitality.

About Composition


Ginseng is an y of eleven different varieties of short, slow growing perennial plants with fleshy roots. Ginseng is believed to restore and enhance normal wellbeing and has become one of the most popular herbal remedies in the world today. It may help with stimulating physical and mental activity among people who are weak and tired. Ginseng may improve thinking ability and cognition. As per studies, the anti- inflammatory role of ginseng is may be due to the combined effects of ginsenosides (active ingredients), targeting different levels of immunological activity, and so contributing to the diverse actions of ginseng in humans.
It's also boost the immune system, fight infections and help men with erectile dysfunction.


Vitamin A is a g roup of fat-soluble compounds. It is a group of unsaturated nutritional organic compounds that includes retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids (most notably beta-carotene).
  • In the process of vision (especially night vision)
  • In growth and development - it is involved in the genetic regulation of cell and tissue formation, programming, and communication needed for reproduction and for the proper development of the embryo in the womb
  • In immune function - it helps to protect against infections by ensuring the effectiveness of mechanical barriers (e.g., skin), and increasing the production and efficacy of protective cells (e.g., lymphocytes)
  • In male and female reproductive organs
Vitamin B1, also called thiamine, is one of the eight water-soluble B vitamins. It is named B1 because it was the first B vitamin discovered. The main functions of vitamin B1 are connected to its role as a helper molecule - a so-called 'coenzyme' - which activates enzymes, the proteins that control the biochemical processes occurring in the body.
  • In the production of energy from food
  • In the synthesis of nucleic acids (e.g., DNA)
  • In the conduction of nerve impulses
Vitamin B2, also called riboflavin, is one of the most widely distributed water-soluble vitamins. The term 'flavin' originates from the Latin word 'flavus' referring to the yellow colour of this vitamin. In the body, riboflavin occurs primarily as a component of the
  • It converts food (carbohydrates) into glucose, which is used to produce energy
  • It neutralizes free radicals that can damage cells and DNA. This effect may reduce or help prevent some of the damage contributing to the aging process as well as the development of a number of health conditions such as heart disease and cancer
  • It converts vitamin B6 and vitamin B9 into active forms
Vitamin B3, also called niacin, is one of the water-soluble B vitamins. The term niacin refers to 'nicotinic acid' and 'nicotinamide' (also called niacinamide). Both are used to form the coenzymes.
  • It converts food into glucose, used to produce energy
  • It produces macromolecules, including fatty acids and cholesterol
  • DNA repair and stress responses
Vitamin B5 also called pantothenic acid, belongs to the group of water-soluble B vitamins.
  • It converts food into glucose, used to produce energy
  • It breaks down fats, carbohydrates, and proteins for energy generation
  • It helps in synthesizing cholesterol
  • It forms red blood cells, as well as sex and stress-related hormones
Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin. Humans depend on external sources to cover vitamin B6 requirements.
  • It converts food into glucose, which is used to produce energy
  • It helps in making neurotransmitters, which carry signals from one nerve cell to another
  • It produces hormones, red blood cells, and cells of the immunesystem
  • It controls (along with vitamin B12 and vitamin B9) blood amino acid that may be associated with heart disease
Vitamin B9 also called folate, is one of the water-soluble B vitamins. The name comes from 'folium', which is the Latin word for leaves, because folates were first isolated from spinach.
Vitamin B9 can occur in different forms: the naturally occurring 'folate', and 'folic acid', a synthetic folate compound used in vitamin supplements and fortified food because of its increased stability.
A sufficient intake of vitamin B9, occurring as folate (in foods) and folic acid (in supplements), is important as it helps the body as a coenzyme to
  • utilize amino acids, the building blocks of proteins
  • produce nucleic acids (e.g., DNA), the body's genetic material
  • form blood cells in the bone marrow
  • ensure rapid cell growth in infancy, adolescence, and pregnancy
Vitamin B12 is the largest and most complex of all the vitamins. Vitamin B12 comprises the only cobalt-containing molecules (so-called 'cobalamins'), with biological activity in humans. The cobalt gives this water-soluble vitamin its red color.
  • It converts food into glucose, which is used to produce energy
  • It maintains healthy nerve cells
  • It produces nucleic acids (e.g., DNA), the body's genetic material
  • It regulates, together with vitamin B9 (folate), the formation of red blood
  • It controls, together with vitamin B6 and vitamin B9, blood levels of the amino acid homocysteine, a potential marker for heart disease risk
Vitamin C, also k nown as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. While most animals are able to synthesize vitamin C in their body, humans do not have the ability to make their own vitamin C; it must be obtained through their diet. Its deficiency can lead to a number of cardiovascular disorders, including heart disease, hypertension, stroke, and atherosclerosis, as well as some cancers. A sufficient vitamin C intake may help reduce the risk of developing some of these conditions.
  • It helps in making collagen, an important protein in skin, cartilage,ligaments, and blood vessels
  • It grows and repairs tissues
  • Helps in healing wounds
  • It repairs and maintains bones and teeth
  • It helps in synthesizing neurotransmitter
  • Blocks some of the damage caused by free radicals by an antioxidant along with vitamin E, beta-carotene and many other plant-based nutrients. This damage can contribute to the aging process and the development of cancer, heart disease, and arthritis.
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is synthesized in the skin by the action of ultraviolet light (UVB). The sun is our major vitamin D source. However, several factors such as sunscreen with a sun protection factor above 8, age, darker skin pigmentation, northern latitude greater than 40 degrees and the winter season reduce the production of vitamin D in the skin. Most vulnerable to low vitamin D status are breast fed infants, elderly and institutionalized individuals, obese individuals and African Americans of all ages.
  • It maintains healthy blood levels of calcium
  • Builds and maintains healthy bones
  • Helps in controlling cell division and specialization
  • Modulates the immune system
Vitamin E, is the collective name for a group of fat-soluble compounds with distinctive antioxidant activities Naturally occurring vitamin E exists in eight chemical forms (alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocopherol and alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocotrienol) that have varying levels of biological activity. Alpha- (ora-) tocopherol is the only form that is recognized to meet human requirements.
  • It functions as an antioxidant, protecting cells, tissues, and organs from damaging caused by 'free radicals', which are responsible for the aging process and can lead to various health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, and inflammatory conditions
  • It inhibits damaging blood clotting, potentially blocking blood flow
  • It regulates the opening of blood vessels, important for unhindered blood flow


Zinc (Zn ) is found in nearly 100 different enzymes and as such is an essential building block for all life. Zinc is the second most common trace mineral in the body after iron.
  • immune function
  • protein synthesis
  • wound healing
  • DNA synthesis
  • cell division
  • normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence
  • tasting and smelling
Phosphorus is a m ineral that makes up 1% of a person's total body weight. It is the second most abundant mineral in the body. It is present in every cell of the body. Most of the phosphorus in the body is found in the bones and teeth.
  • The main function of phosphorus is in the formation of bones and teeth
  • It plays an important role in how the body uses carbohydrates and fats
  • It is also needed for the body to make protein for the growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues
  • Phosphorus also helps the body make ATP, a molecule the body uses to store energy
  • Phosphorus works with the B vitamins
  • It also helps with the following:
    • Kidney function
    • Muscle contractions
    • Normal heartbeat
    • Nerve signalling
Iodine is a n essential trace element required for the synthesis of hormones, for your child's brain and intellectual prowess and the lack of it can also cause or contribute to the development of:
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Goiter
  • Mental retardation
  • Cretinism (severely stunted physical and mental growth and deafness due to untreated congenital hypothyroidism)
  • Certain forms of cancer Iodine is used by your thyroid gland to help regulate metabolism and development of both your skeleton and brain, among other things .
Iron (F e) is a key element in the metabolism of almost all living organisms. In humans, iron is an essential component of hundreds of proteins and enzymes.
Much of the iron in the body is attached to a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to all of the tissues ('hemoglobin'). Extra iron is stored in the liver, bone marrow, spleen, and muscles.
A sufficient amount of iron is important as it helps the body, as part of proteins (enzymes), to
  • store and transport oxygen to all of the tissues
  • produce energy
  • protect cells against the damaging effects of free radicals
  • protect itself against bacteria by producing free radicals as part of an immune response
Magnesium (Mg) i s essential to all living cells. The earth metal plays important roles in the structure and the function of the human body.
The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. Over 60% of all the magnesium in the body is found in the skeleton, about 27% is found in muscle.
Magnesium is involved in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions.
  • It uses carbohydrates and fats for energy generation
  • It conducts nerve impulses, muscle contraction, and normal heart rhythm
  • It regulates calcium, copper, zinc, potassium, and vitamin D levels
Manganese is a tr ace mineral that is present in tiny amounts in the body. It is found mostly in bones, the liver, kidneys, and pancreas.
  • It helps the body form connective tissue, bones, blood clotting factors, and sex hormones
  • It also plays a role in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, calcium absorption, and blood sugar regulation
  • Manganese is also necessary for normal brain and nerve function
  • Manganese is a component of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD), which helps fight free radicals. Free radicals occur naturally in the body but can damage cell membranes and DNA. They may play a role in aging, as well as the development of a number of health conditions, including heart disease and cancer
Copper is a n essential trace element (i.e., micronutrient) that is required for plant, animal, and human health. It is also required for the normal functioning of aerobic (oxygen-requiring) microorganisms. Copper is incorporated into a variety of proteins and metalloenzymes which perform essential metabolic functions.
  • It is necessary for the proper growth, development, and maintenance of bone, connective tissue, brain, heart, and many other body organs
  • It is involved in the formation of red blood cells, the absorption and utilization of iron, the metabolism of cholesterol and glucose, and the synthesis and release of life-sustaining proteins and enzymes. These enzymes in turn produce cellular energy and regulate nerve transmission, blood clotting, and oxygen transport
  • Copper stimulates the immune system to fight infections, to repair injured tissues, and to promote healing
  • Copper also helps to neutralize "free-radicals", which can cause severe damage to cells
Calcium (Ca ) is the most common mineral in the human body. More than 99% of total body calcium is stored in the bones and teeth; the remaining 1% is found throughout the body in blood, muscle, and the fluid between cells.
  • It maintains healthy bones
  • Mediates blood vessel function and nerve impulse transmission
  • It absorbs and uses other micronutrients such as vitamin D, vitamin K, magnesium, and phosphorous
Potassium (K) is an essential dietary mineral and electrolyte, which conducts electricity in the body, along with sodium, chloride, calcium, and magnesium. It is necessary for the function of all living cells, and is thus present in all plant and animal tissues. Normal body function depends on tight regulation of potassium concentrations both inside and outside of cells.
  • It conducts electricity, which is crucial to heart function and muscle contraction, making it important for normal digestive and muscular function, too
  • Performs brain and nerve function


This combination is contraindic ated in:

  • If someone is hypersensitive to any of its ingredients
  • Pregnancy and during lactation

Side Effects

This composition is completely safe when consumed as directed.