Ginseng – 42.5 Mg + Lycopene – 6000 Meg, Vitamins & Mineral
Ginseng, Lycopene, Vitamins and Minerals Capsules are medications used to treat nutritional deficiencies. Ginseng, combined with multivitamins, lycopene, and minerals, is a pharmacological therapy for improved immune function and nutrition. Lack of nutrients, minerals, and multivitamins in the diet can cause the human body to become ill or deficient in many different things, which can cause difficulties with various body systems. Regular consumption of vital multivitamins and minerals is insufficient to supply all of the body’s needs. As a result, the body needs nourishment from outside sources to function correctly. Therefore this herbal medication is excellent for a healthy body.
Ginseng, Lycopene, Vitamins and Minerals Capsules are composed of ginseng, a herbal extract used for many health problems like stamina, mental health, memory, and concentration. Lycopene is also an extract that has shown promise against various health conditions like cancer, blood pressure, and cardiovascular diseases. Minerals and multivitamins are effective against different nutritional deficiencies or infections like malnutrition.
These supplements are effective against the following health conditions.
Ginseng, Lycopene, Vitamins and Minerals Capsules should be consumed after getting a doctor’s prescription, and the following things should be kept in mind before taking this medication.
Given below are the side effects of this capsule form medication.
The important things a person should discuss with a healthcare professional before taking these supplements are listed below.
What is the source of lycopene extract?
Lycopene can be extracted from tomatoes through experimentation.
Are these supplements safe for children?
There is no clear evidence on the effects of these supplements on children, so it is advised to consult a doctor before taking these supplements.
Can a person consume alcohol with these capsules?
No, it is not advised to consume alcohol with these capsules.
What is the ideal time to take supplements?
The ideal time to take these supplements is in the morning before meals, but prescription varies from person to person.
Is this medication safe for pregnant women?
Yes, if prescribed by the healthcare professional.
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