Interventions ginseng (asian)

ginseng (asian)

AKA: panax ginseng, korean red ginseng

Asian ginseng is native to the Far East, including China, Korea, and far-eastern Siberia. It has been used for health-related purposes in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years.

Studies

2

Participants

140

Outcomes

1

Last updated

6 days ago

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Effect size

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g  > 1.2
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0.8 < g ≤ 1.2
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0.5 < g ≤ 0.8
Large
0.2 < g ≤ 0.5
Medium
0.01 < g ≤ 0.2
Small
g < 0.01
Very small
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gScore

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Efficacy

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Outcome
gScore
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Effect size
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Fatigue self-rating
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