Ginseng benefits

What ginseng is used?

Ginseng is very widely used adaptogen, which means it is used for adjusting the body, under increased strain and stress. Helps improve the general tone and is supportive. In addition, improves circulation, regulates blood pressure, increases attention and concentration, increases the body’s resistance … Adaptogens have the ability to speed up the release of physical energy, increased stamina, health and vitality.


In China, ginseng has a long tradition of use, and sometimes only the emperor could  use it. Applied for increasing physical and mental abilities. Ginseng has  impact on reducing blood sugar levels and reduces bad cholesterol. Ginseng increases stamina, reduces fatigue and starts use energy reserves. Ginseng means the root of man, because the root of the plant is used to treat reminiscent of the human figure.

It is used for insomnia, chronic fatigue and depressive states. It is effective in the case of anemia, inflammatory processes in the joints – arthritis, circulatory disorders, impotence. Ginseng prevents the increase in blood sugar levels. Its influence on the internal secretion glands (endocrine glands), helps in better utilization of vitamins and minerals in the body. This is important for people who are eating incorrectly foods (fast foods, steamed dishes).

How ginseng is helping?

Ginseng has the ability to increase the psychological and physical endurance, affects brain activity and stimulates the secretion of adrenaline. It is used by students, athletes, employees, businessmen … ie. all those who are being subject to increased stress, work under pressure, have to meet the deadlines, do not have adequate rest periods between work periods … It was found that ginseng increases 1.5-2 times the ability to work in conditions of physical and mental exhaustion. It has properties that improves circulation and stimulates the sex drive, and were used for the removal of male impotence, a better effect is achieved when used long term.

Ginseng stimulates the utilization of fatty acids as a source of energy for working muscles. It affects the improvement in lung function which increases the concentration of oxygen in the tissues and reduces the formation of lactic acid, which leads to fatigue.
Female-haystack is attributed to the ability to regulate blood pressure, but this was not confirmed. There are different data, and some say low doses of ginseng increase, and high doses  lower blood pressure. Ginseng and other adaptogens, should not be taken continuously but only in necessary situations. Under the influence of ginseng, the number of errors made by the typists typing is reduced twice.

Especially, it is used by the elderly, to increase vitality. The younger recommends Siberian ginseng, which is considered a weaker form of this stimulating agents. Antioxidant effects of ginseng may be beneficial to patients with heart disease.

What do the scientific research?

Some studies suggest that ginseng may reduce blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes before and after meals. Further studies are needed to examine the long-term effects of the use of ginseng in order to regulate blood sugar. Some studies suggest stimulation of the immune system Zen hay, but further testing is needed to bring a clear conclusion.

How to take ginseng?
Usually applied 100-500 mg extract of ginseng. To be taken on an empty stomach with plenty of fluids, preferably in the morning. However, to respond to the recommended doses are individual, so one can have a sleepless night of low-dose, and others need considerably higher doses to be exerted effect.

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