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Probably not : Siberian ginseng can inhibit the metabolism of ace inhibitors (such as ramipril) -- making it build up in your system and possibly cause your blood pressure to be too low. One review also suggested siberian ginseng could inhibit metabolism of some antidepressants. You would not want either of these results! ...Read more
I'm using this product by Solaray called Fertility blend SP-1 damaiana-eleuthero with homeopathic nutrients I just started today hoping this will help?
Hope so too... : There are many different reasons for infertility. Without knowing why you're having fertility issues it's impossible to know if these herbs will help. They have the potential to help but there have been no studies to tell just how many are helped by this product.I read testimonials from women who got pregnant after using it but we can't know if this would have happened anyway.But it's safe to try. ...Read more
Science and Gingseng: I do not think there are any well known medical or scientific studies of this ubiquitous herb. I know that many cultures in asia are saturated with this herb for purported male sexual well being. ...Read more
Unknown: Nobody knows what will happen if those two non-medications are taken together. They are not fda approved medications, which means they may not have any good research, reliable data, verified quality control, etc., etc, ... It's a "use at your own risk" situation, but one can feel a bit more confident about it if one finds no news reports of bad side effects on the news or the internet. ...Read more
Ginseng: Increase mental alertness and physical performance.Get a more detailed answer ›
Herbs: Poorly studied, I don't think any one could give you the answer to that. ...Read more
Zero dose: There is no systematic evidence that ginseng manages anything, including stress. Ginseng is one of those bogus "ancient wisdom" things. Its use is based on a superstition called the "doctrine of signatures:" because the root looks like a little headless man, the ancients got this delusion that it would cure things. Be skeptical. Arm yourself with modern knowledge, not ancient superstition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: While most prudent physicians never say never,the issue with many of these "natural" products and their claims of efficacy are lack of reproducible testing. While there may be many individual testimonies of certain benefits from herbs and supplements, they have either not withstood the rigor of well controlled randomized trials or even ever been tested. ...Read more
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