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Ginseng-American - 2 oz, (Health Herbs)

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Ginseng-American - 2 oz, (Health Herbs)

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Ginseng is an adaptogen, alterative, and stimulant.  
 
GINSENG–AMERICAN (Panax quinquefolium) There are many grades and varieties of Ginseng available. Ginseng is considered to be the "King of all Tonics" as it provides stimulation to the entire body for stress, fatigue, weakness, and deficiencies. It stimulates and improves the brain cells and is especially stimulating for mental fatigue. In China it is used as a preventative tonic. Ginseng works with the heart and with blood circulation, thus helpful with normalizing blood pressure, reducing cholesterol, and preventing artherosclerosis. It is nourishing to the blood and beneficial for anemia; also, helps to reduce blood sugar levels and beneficial in treating diabetes. By some it is considered to be a panacea and said to slow down the aging process. 
 
Ginseng tones the appetite and is useful in digestive problems, helping to alleviate stomach problems, congestion and constipation. Other uses include: as an antidote to toxic drugs and chemicals, and for protection against radiation; improvement of vision and hearing; to help improve one's working ability as well as balancing to irritability; and for women with lowered resistance, deficiencies, and hormonal imbalance. In Chinese medicine, Ginseng is not used when there is inflammation, burning sensations, high fever, excessive menstrual flow, and other Yang conditions.  
 
* Panax quinquefolius American ginseng (root)  
 
Ginseng that is produced in the United States and Canada is particularly prized in Chinese societies, and many ginseng packages are prominently colored red, white, and blue.  
 
According to Traditional Korean Medicine, American Ginseng promotes Eum energy, cleans excess Yang in the body, calms the body. The reason it has been claimed that American ginseng promotes Eum (shadow, cold, negative, female) while East Asian ginseng promotes Yang (sunshine, hot, positive, male) is that, according to traditional Korean medicine, things living in cold places are strong in Yang and vice versa, so that the two are balanced. Chinese/Korean ginseng grows in northeast China and Korea, the coldest area known to Korean in the old time, so ginseng from there is supposed to be very Yang. And originally, American ginseng was imported into China via subtropical Canton, the seaport next to Hong Kong, so Chinese doctors believed that American ginseng must be good for Eum, because it came from a hot area. However they did not know that American ginseng can only grow in temperate regions.  
 
The ginseng is sliced, a few slices are soaked in hot water to make a tea.  
 
Most North American ginseng is produced in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and British Columbia and the American state of Wisconsin, according to Agri-food Canada. P. quinquefolius is now also grown in northern China.  
 
A randomized, double-blind study shows that American ginseng reduces influenza cases in the elderly when compared to placebo.  
 
Wild ginseng  
 
Wild ginseng is ginseng that has not been planted and cultivated domestically, rather it is that which grows naturally and is harvested from wherever it is found to be growing. It is considered to be superior to domestic ginseng by various authorities, and it has been shown to contain higher levels of ginsenoside. Wild ginseng is relatively rare and even increasingly endangered, due in large part to high demand for the product in recent years, which has lead to the wild plants being sought out and harvested faster than new ones can grow (it requires years for a ginseng root to reach maturity).

SUGGESTED USAGE
Use 6-12 drops in tea, water, under the tongue, or as desired. May be taken 3 times daily usually for 2 months and rest for 1 month. Shake well. Store in cool, dark place. Keep out of reach of children.  
WARNING: Hypoglycemics should use caution, as Ginseng lowers blood sugar levels. Do not take if you have heart disease or high blood pressure.

 

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Ginseng-American - 2 oz, (Health Herbs)

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Ginseng–American (Panax quinquifolia), R/O Water, 12-24% Alcohol.
 

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