ActiGin® is now Senactiv®


A US patented, 100% natural compound that increases exercise to exhaustion times, reduces inflammation buildup during exercise and replenishes aged muscle cells with new ones


Release Energy > Spark Momentum
ActiGin® increases the production of citrate synthase, an important enzyme that is responsible for producing more ATP (energy our body uses).


Rapid Recovery > Competitive Advantage
ActiGin® supports the reduction of a wide range of exercise-induced inflammation markers such as IL-6, MDA, and more leading to faster recovery and less soreness.


New Muscle Cells > For Longevity
ActiGin® has shown in a human clinical study that it can actually promote the removal of old cells and replenish with new healthy muscle cells.





How does exercising longer, recovering faster and heck, maybe even slowing down aging sound?

ActiGin® can be used in any product for true energy production (and not just caffeine), intra or recovery:

Sports Nutrition
Pre-workout, Intra-workout, Post-workout. You name it, ActiGin® kicks butt in all three.

The only natural compound with published human studies that demonstrate ActiGin® can possibly slow down part of the aging process in muscle tissue through a reduction in senescent cells.

Weekend Warrior or Pro-Athlete
Whether you’re a weekend warrior training for your next obstacle race or a professional athlete whose livelihood depends on performing one percent better than your peers, ActiGin® is for YOU.

The Science Behind ActiGin®:
Associated Effects on the Human Body Based on Research Findings

According to research findings, ActiGin® consumers may experience a considerable increase in energy production by producing 47% more of the pace-making enzyme Citrate synthase. Citrate synthase initiates the Krebs Cycle, which is a chemical reaction in the body used to produce ATP, the energy currency of human cells.

C.H. Kuo, John L. Ivy, etc. Improved Inflammatory Balance of Human Skeletal Muscle during Exercise after Supplementations of the Ginseng-Based Steroid ActiGin®. PLOS One, 2015, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0116387

ActiGin® speeds up muscle recovery by reducing inflammation in muscles. We examined a number of inflammation biomarkers to get the larger picture of how ActiGin® is benefiting the human body in recovery. Research findings show measurements like a 24% reduction in TBARS, a 44% reduction in MDA, a 35% reduction in IL-6, and a 69% decrease in creatine kinase.

Furthermore, ActiGin® nourishes the body with key nutrients to help the body’s glutathione levels significantly increase after exercise. Glutathione is the body’s master antioxidant that’s essential for alleviating oxidative stress. In other words, we’ve examined multiple bio-markers within the sphere of exercise-induced inflammation to demonstrate the power of ActiGin®. This isn’t a one-trick pony.

C.H. Kuo, John L. Ivy, etc. Improved Inflammatory Balance of Human Skeletal Muscle during Exercise after Supplementations of the Ginseng-Based Steroid ActiGin®. PLOS One, 2015, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0116387

C.H. Kuo, etc. Oral ActiGin® supplementation strengthens antioxidant defense system against exercise-induced oxidative stress in rat skeletal muscles. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 2012,

C. H. Kuo, etc. Ginsenoside-Rg1 protects the liver against exhaustive exercise-induced oxidative stress in rats. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2012 (932185):8.

According to our research studies, senescent cell clearance and satellite cell depletion occur due to 80% increase in myogenesis. ActiGin® eliminates senescent muscle cells through macrophage phagocytosis. Specifically, the study demonstrates a decrease of SA-β-gal and collagenase, reverse apoptotic DNA fragmentation, and leukocyte infiltration.

On the flip side, we see an increase of iNOS and IL-6 mRNA expression in quadriceps (Vastus lateralis) after a 60-minute cycling exercise at 70% V02 max.

C.H. Kuo, etc. Ginsenoside ActiGin® supplementation clears senescence-associated b-galactosidase in exercising human skeletal muscle. Journal of Ginseng Research, 2018,

C. H. Kuo, etc. Satellite cell depletion in exercising human skeletal muscle is restored by ginseng component Rg1 supplementation. Journal of Functional Foods.