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Panax Ginseng in Korean Ginseng
may interact with Sarsaparilla in Smilax regelii
Both Panax ginseng and sarsaparilla increase activity in the central nervous system (CNS). Stimulating the CNS may increase mental alertness and possibly improve physical performance, temporarily. However, too much CNS activity may increase the risk of unwanted effects, such as anger, confusion, insomnia, nausea, and restlessness. More serious results may include increased heart rate and high blood pressure. Additionally, chemicals in both Panax ginseng and sarsaparilla may act in the same way that the drug digoxin works on the heart. If Panax ginseng and sarsaparilla are taken together, their digoxin-like effects may be increased. Potentially dangerous changes in heart rhythm and other serious problems such as visual and mental changes may result. Panax ginseng should not be taken at the same time as sarsaparilla.
Ask your healthcare provider about these drugs and this potential interaction as soon as possible.
This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity.