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 Korean ginseng   50.0mg 
 Royal jelly   10.0mg 
 Retinol palmitate(Vitamin A1 2500 I.U. 
 Ergocalciferol(Vitamin D2 400 I.U. 
 dl-Tocopherol acetate(Vitamin E) 45.0mg 
 Thiamine nitrate(Vitamin B12.0mg 
 Rivoflavin(Vitamin B22.0mg 
 Pyrydoxine hydrochloride(Vitamin B62.0mg 
 Ascorbic acid(Vitamin C) 100.0mg 
 Nicotinamide(Vitamin B320.0mg 
 Calcium pantothenate(Vitamin B530.0mg 
 Cyanocobalamin(Vitamin B126.0ug 
 Ferrous fumarate 27.38mg 
 Copper sulfate  7.86mg 
 Magnesium oxide 66.34mg 
 Zinc oxide 5.0mg 
 Anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate 307.5mg 
 Manganese sulfate 3.0mg 
 Potassium sulfate 18.0mg 

1. Supplementation of vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E in following cases : Fatigue, pregnancy, the lactation, weak constitution, the period of growth, senescence.

2. Alleviation of xerophthalmos, night blindness

3. Ateliosis of bone and teeth prevention of rickets

4. For enhancing memory and thinking power

5. It provides you compete energy for your all day chores, you will be in full energy while doing your official work, study, or projects etc, 


: The usual dosage for children over age 12 and adults are 1 soft capsule daily.

: Preserve in Air-tight container, protected from light.

Oramin-F soft capsule contains Korean Ginseng extract and Royal Jelly to provide body with all essential vitamins and minerals.
Oramin-F is widely indicated for nutrition, tonicity and recovery from weakness and fatigue during or after disease, etc., and has a good affect on treatment & protection against various diseases induced by deficiency of vitamins and minerals.
Kind of ginsengKorean ginsengAmerican ginsengP.notoginsengP.japonicum
Botanical namePanax
ginseng C.A.
japonicus C.A.
No. desaponinas311458
Main cultivation
The Korean
Wisconsin and Virginia
states of the US,
Ontario and Quebex
states of Canada
Yunnan and
Provinces of
All areas of Japan
Korean ginseng contains rich saponin called Ginsenoside. This ingredient activates the functions of human body's components as well as strengthens immunity.
CNS suppression
(Panax Diol class)
Ginsenoside-Rb2Anti-diabetes mellitus, lower cholesterol, Promote DNA,
RNA synthesis,Stimulate secretion of ACTH, corticosteroids
Ginsenoside-RdStimulate secretion of ACTH,corticosteroids, Inhibition of
histamine release,catecholamine secretion
Ginsenoside-Rh2Promote DNA, RNA Synthesis, Stimulate secretion of ACTH,
corticosteroids, Inhibition of cancer cell proliferation
CNS stimulation
(Panax triol class)
Ginsenoside-RfInhibition of lipid peroxidation
Ginsenoside-Rg1nti-stress effect, Improve immunologic function, Improve learning and memory
Ginsenoside-Rg2nhibition of platelet aggregation, Improve learning and memory, Plasmin activation
Oleanolic acid classGinsenoside-Rg0Anti-inflammatory effect, Inhibition of platelet, Activation of macrophage, anti-hepatitis effect
Ginseng stimulates secretion of insulin and contains active ingredients with insulin-like activity. It also lowers high blood glucose level and control enzyme activities related to sugar metabolism in animal experiments.
Ref) (1) Sotaniemi, E. A., Professor, Dept. of Intern al Medicine, Uni versity of Oulu, Finland. Diabetes Care 18: 13 73-1375 (1995 ).
       (2) Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, September 2005, 26 (9): 1104-1110
Ginseng induced no significant change in blood pressure in those subjects with normal blood pressure.
Ref) (1) The Ginseng Review 9: 15-20 (1992).
       (2) The Ginseng Review 24: 104-1 06 (1998).
The cancer risk and cancer-related death rate were inversely proportional tothe frequency and duration of ginseng use.
Ref) (1) Yun, T.K., Ph.D., Department of Cancer Pathology, Korea Atomic Energy Hospital. Cancer Detection & Prevention 6: 515-525 (1983); Cancer Detection & Prevention, Suppl 1: 301-309 (1987).
Ginseng stimulates sexual functions. Ginseng can be taken for a longer period of time without side effects. Furthermore, ginseng plays a beneficial role in alleviation of underlying disease. Although Korean Red Ginseng's mechanism of action on erectility is not clearly understood, recent in vitro and in vivo experiments supported that ginseng extract and saponin relax corpus cavernosal smooth muscle.
Ref) (1) Choi, H.K., Professor, Department of Urology, Yonsei Universi ty Male Clinics, Severance Hospital, Yonsei University. Impotence Research 7: 181-186 (1995); J. Urology 162: 1508-1511 (1999).
Ginseng improved mental and intellectual performance in people. Ginseng extract and ginseng saponin improved memory acquisition, physicalperformance and learning disorders, and confronted loss of memory in amemory-damaged animal model.
Ref) (1) Nam, K. Y., Dr. Division of Ginseng Pharmacology Research, Korea Ginseng & Tobacco Research Institute. J. Ethnopharmacology 66: 123-129 (1999).
It was found that ginseng saponin stimulated protein biosynthesis and liver cell regeneration. Ginseng saponin alleviated liver cell necrosis induced by various toxic chemicals and protected the liver by activating enzymes involved in detoxification of xenobiotics.
Ref) (1) Koo, K. H., Professor, School of Medicine, Hanyang University, Korea. Korea J.Ginseng Science 7 (2): 125-132 (1983).
       (2) Lee, J. Y., Dr. Division of Ginseng
23 taxi drivers who were administered Korean Red Ginseng powder in a controlled crossover with placebos and fatigue-related parameters such as sleepiness, concentration and local discomfort in the body were monitored. This result suggests the clinical usefulness of Korean Red Ginseng for the control of mental and physical fatigue in the workplace.
Prevents fatigue in healthy or the elderly persons; improves work efficiency ; helps maintain healthy life by alleviating psychosomatic stress; strengthens non-specific resistance, e.g., infectious diseases.
Ref) (1) Kubo, M., Professor, College of Pharmacy, Kinki University, Japan. The Ginseng Review 21: 17-20 (1996).

With no side effects in spite of long period of medication Korean Ginseng improves post-menopausal disorders such as flushing, cold in hands and legs, sleeplessness, nervousness, dizziness, ovarian dysfunction, digestive disorders

Royal jelly, also known as gelee royale and RJ, is the milky-white gelatinous substance secreted from the cephalic glands of nurse worker bees (Apis mellifera) for apparently the sole purpose of stimulating the growth and development of the queen bee. Without royal jelly, the queen bee would be no different from the worker bees and would live about as long (seven to eight weeks). With royal jelly, the queen bee can live five to seven years. This fact explains the popular belief that royal jelly has rejuvenating qualities. Royal jelly, however, has not lived up to expectations that it is an important anti-aging substance.
Royal jelly consists of an emulsion of proteins, sugars, lipids and some other substances in a water base. Proteins make up about 13% of royal jelly. Most of the proteins comprise a family called major royal jelly proteins. One protein in royal jelly called royalsin possesses antibiotic properties against gram-positive, but not gram-negative, bacteria. About 11% of royal jelly is made up of sugars, such as fructose and glucose, similar to those found in honey. Lipids comprise about 5% of the substance and consist mainly of medium-chain hydroxy fatty acids, such as trans-10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid, which is also thought to possess antimicrobial properties.Royal jelly also contains vitamins, such as pantothenic acid, minerals and phytosterols. Neopterin, or 2-amino-6- (1,2,3-trihydroxypropyl)-4 (3H)-pteridinone, was initially isolated from royal jelly.
Neopterin is also found in humans, and, although its precise role is not known, it appears to play an important role in the human immune system.
Melbrosia, a mixture of royal jelly and bee pollen, is sometimes used by menopausal women to manage climacteric symptoms.
* Clinical study
A meta-analysis of royal jelly's reported effects on serum lipids in experimental animals and in humans found significant, positive results. The substance significantly decreased serum and liver total lipids and cholesterol in rats and mice, and retarded the formation of atheromas in the aortas of rabbits fed hyperlipidemic diets. Meta-analysis of controlled human studies also showed significant reduction in total serum lipids and cholesterol, and, in those with hyperlipidemia, it normalized HDL- and LDLcholesterol determined from decreases in beta/alpha lipoproteins. The author of this meta-analysis concluded: "The best available evidence suggests that royal jelly, at approximately 50 to 100 milligrams per day, decreased total serum cholesterol levels by about 14% and total serum lipids by about 10% in the group of patients studied."





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