Know more about the Brazilian Ginseng

3 October 2023

Brazilian Ginseng has been traditionally used for centuries by local populations from southern Brazil, particularly for the properties of its root. Today recognized for its multiple properties, the interest in this plant has been growing for a few decades in Brazil and around the world.

Brazilian ginseng is a common plant in northern Brazil, in regions of the rainforest like the Amazon. Its tuberous root is used to extract chemical components. The Pfaffia paniculata root contains 19 different amino acids, a large number of electrolytes, iron, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, E, K, B1, B2 e B5.

The active substances of Brazilian Ginseng are concentrated in its roots, which are dried, cut and triturated. The root contains a high content of saponin (up to 11%). The specific saponins that are found in the root include a group of original chemicals that scientists have named pfaffosides

Key characteristics


  • International Fair For Life (FFL) certification
  • Guaranteed origin and traceability
  • Root and triturated root powder
  • 100% organic and sustainable
  • Aphrodisiac and tonic effects
  • Contains Saponin

Brazilian Ginseng has its power concentrated in the root, which is adaptogenic, that is, it has a direct influence on the body’s general well-being. Our Brazilian Ginseng is certified Organic and Fair Trade by Ecocert. This is the result of our absolute commitment to the production of sustainable raw materials allied to the quality of life of small producers in Brazil.

To get your hands on a high quality Ginseng, with traceability and certifications guaranteed, count on us.

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