Tienchi Ginseng

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Tienchi Ginseng

Relieve bruising, mild bleeding and soft tissue injuries. Supports heart health.

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50 Capsules

Adults: Take 1 – 2 tablets daily. An extra dose may be taken as professionally advised. Children under 12 years: Take as professionally advised.


Tienchi ginseng is used to help manage a range of issues related to blood flow and circulation in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

It is believed to help reduce mild bleeding, resolve bruising, and ease the swelling, pain and inflammation of soft tissue injuries to muscles, tendons and ligaments, including sprains and strains, muscle soreness and minor wounds. Tienchi ginseng is also traditionally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to help manage heavy menstrual periods (menorrhagia).

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, circulatory issues (including heavy periods, bruising, and the swelling and congestion that can occur around soft tissue injuries) are often regarded as being due to sluggish or ‘stagnant’ blood flow; tienchi ginseng is traditionally used to help invigorate the Blood, address the stagnation and normalise the flow.

For similar reasons, tienchi ginseng has also traditionally been used in TCM to support heart health.


  • Help manage issues related to blood flow and circulation and reduce mild bleeding
  • May help to resolve bruising, ease the swelling, pain and inflammation of soft tissue injuries
  • Manage heavy menstrual periods
  • Supports heart and cardiovascular health
  • High-strength formula, standardised to provide consistent levels of compounds believed to contribute to tienchi's therapeutic effect

 Each vege capsule contains extract equiv. to dry,   
 Panax notoginseng (TienGin™ Tienchi Ginseng) root 1.5g (1500mg)
  - standardised to ginsenosides Rb1, Rd, Re, Rg1, Rg2 and Notoginsenoside R1  50mg


No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, yeast, wheat, gluten, nuts, dairy or animal products.

During pregnancy, always consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.

Use only as directed. Always read the label. If symptoms persist, consult a healthcare practitioner.