Ginseng has often been referred to as a general panacea for its ability to promote healing for almost every type of ailment. Ginseng is an adaptogenic herb meaning that it has the unique ability to balance and tone multiple physiological functions at once which can provide more efficient and effective healing.
It is a powerful herb that can help to significantly increase energy and stamina, restore libido, sharpen memory and concentration skills, strengthen the digestive tract, balance the endocrine system, protect the body from toxins and radiation, and prevent cancer. There are three main types of Ginseng: Siberian Ginseng, Korean ginseng, and American Ginseng. Siberian Ginseng is known to increase immune function, ease lower back pain, reduce stress damage, and reverse the aging process.
Siberian Ginseng is also excellent for adrenal fatigue and exhaustion, brain fog, depression, trauma, surgery, insomnia, overwork, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Siberian ginseng is also well known for it ability to enhance athletic performance and endurance. Korean ginseng is invigorating and stimulating and is known for increasing sexual vitality, strengthening the immune system, improving blood circulation, and stimulate body heat for those who are living or working in cold climates.
Korean ginseng is also good for those who have been weak or ill for a long period of time and need a boost to help get them going again. American Ginseng is known to help relieve fatigue, enhance reproductive performance, and help cleanse a sluggish or bloated digestive tract. American Ginseng is good for those who suffer from neuralgia, poor digestion, nose bleeds, diabetes, gout, rheumatism, ADD & ADHD, and post-chemo recovery. Siberian, Korean, and American Ginseng can be found in capsule, tincture, extract, tea, and cream form online or at your local health food store.
This item posted: 06-Apr-2015
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