In the past 50 years, scientists in Vietnam and abroad have been looking for species in the ginseng family to replace ginseng for some of its effects: tonic, strength-enhancing, and stress-relieving. They have discovered many species with similar effects to ginseng, including Đinh lăng (Polyscias fruticosa (L.)), which is known as the ginseng of the poor.

Dinh lang roots contain many saponins that act like ginseng, as well as vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, and essential amino acids for the body. Not only can they be used as a salad vegetable, but they also help to prevent and treat diseases caused by physical and psychological stress, which are the causes of modern diseases such as cancer, heart disease, immune system suppression, and depression. Dinh lang has been studied quite comprehensively and has been included in the Vietnamese Pharmacopoeia to ensure strict quality control.


Bach qua is a precious medicinal herb with a long history. It is a living fossil whose ancestors existed millions of years ago. Today, Bach qua is widely used around the world, including North America and Europe.

Bach qua extract contains many antioxidants that neutralize free radicals, improve nerve conduction disorders, and protect nerve cells. Bach qua has the effect of increasing cerebral circulation, reducing blood viscosity, and increasing glucose and ATP levels. Today, Bach qua is widely used in clinical settings to treat dementia caused by cerebral vascular insufficiency. It helps improve thinking, cognition, and memory in people with Alzheimer’s disease. Doctors also use Bach qua to treat diseases such as cerebral vascular insufficiency, macular degeneration, vestibular syndrome, tinnitus, depression, anxiety, stress, peripheral vascular occlusion, and Raynaud’s syndrome.



Currently, there are many products on the market that combine the two ingredients of Đinh lăng and Bạch quả for the following indications:

  • Memory loss, nervous exhaustion, stress, poor concentration, and forgetfulness.
  • Cerebrovascular insufficiency and vertigo syndrome with symptoms of headache, insomnia, dizziness, tinnitus, dizziness, and loss of balance.
  • Raynaud’s syndrome.
  • Tremors in Parkinson’s disease patients.
  • Some cases of retinal anemia (diabetic retinopathy of type 1 or 2 with retinal complications, such as blurred vision; retinal vein occlusion).


Products with the ingredients of Dinh lang and Bach qua have proven to be effective over a long period of time on the market. Therefore, Dinh lang, a common medicinal herb in Vietnam, can completely replace ginseng. (For more information about the product, please contact the hotline 1800 5555 18 (free call)).