What is ginseng? (Panax ginseng): A medicinal plant with white flowering, pale red foliage that is widely used and grown especially in East Asia. Ginseng saponins contain vitamins B1, B2 and D, essential oils, glycosides, phosphates and organic acids. Benefits of ginseng have been heard around the world. Ginseng and ginseng extracts have been sold in many parts of the world in recent years.
The herbal remedies referred to as “ginseng” are derived from the roots of several plants. One of the most commonly used and researched of the ginsengs is Panax ginseng, also called Asian or Korean ginseng.
What are the health benefits of ginseng?
It strengthens the immune system and strengthens the body resistance, gives strength to the body and the heart. It relieves fatigue. It opens the mind and strengthens the memory. Reduce stress. It is beneficial against depression. Ginseng, which increases the number of sexual power and sperm count, is also a protective against prostate, one of the common diseases in men. Reduces blood sugar and bad cholesterol. It’s good for cancer. It also has a protective effect against cancer. It can slow the development of tumor cells, sometimes even stop completely. It is useful for the digestive system and the kidneys. Maintain the liver. There are also positive effects on heart and vascular health. Reduce signs of aging.
How to Use Ginseng Generally, roots are pulverized or water obtained from their roots is used. After discovering the effects and benefits, many ready-made products containing ginseng have begun to be produced. It is usually presented in the form of ginseng tablet or tea.
Ginseng is widely used as a sexual strength enhancer and to reduce old age signs. However, it is also useful to be cautious about ready-made products. There is no need to wait for miracles from any product, and not to be fooled by ambitious promotions.
You can prepare ginseng tea at home by boiling a ginseng roots for a few minutes as a pinch.
Side effects of ginseng: Nausea, diarrhea, euphoria, insomnia, headaches, hypertension, hypotension, mastalgia, vaginal bleeding, blood pressure abnormalities.