Dose dependent changes in cognitive performance and mood following acute administration of Ginseng to healthy young volunteers.

@article{Kennedy2001DoseDC,
  title={Dose dependent changes in cognitive performance and mood following acute administration of Ginseng to healthy young volunteers.},
  author={David O. Kennedy and Andrew Scholey and Keith A Wesnes},
  journal={Nutritional neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={295-310}
}
Recent evidence suggests that chronic administration of Ginseng can improve cognitive performance in animals and in humans. No previous study has examined the possibility of cognitive effects following single doses of Ginseng in healthy adults. The present study investigated whether acute administration of Ginseng (G115, Pharmaton SA) had any consistent effect on mood and four aspects of cognitive performance ("Quality of Memory", "Speed of Memory", "Quality of Attention" and "Speed of… CONTINUE READING

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