For antioxidant properties, For immune system, For circulation and cardiovascular system
For blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure, For depression and well-being,
For menopause, For male and female reproductive systems, For erectile dysfunction and sexual desire,
For vision and hearing, For physical and mental energy and performance.
- 100 tablets.
- 500 mg
- Take 1 capsule 2 times
Korean Ginseng Benefits
About Korean Ginseng
Korean Ginseng, or Panax Ginseng, is a brown, gnarled root about the size of a little finger, that resembles the shape of the human body. It is sometimes referred to as a "manroot" or "root of man." Korean Ginseng grows primarily in South Korea, China, and Japan. It has been used for over 5,000 years and is considered the strongest form of ginseng. Korean Ginseng is used in China as a preventative tonic to stimulate the entire body to overcome stress, fatigue and weakness. It helps the body to adapt to stress and to regenerate and rebuild the sexual centers.
Nutritional Role of Korean Ginseng
Korean Ginseng contains thirteen different ginsenosides. Panaxans help to lower blood sugar, polysaccharides work to enhance the immune system and its antioxidant properties are immune-stimulating to protect the body from illness, disease and stress.
Korean Ginseng helps to stimulate production of immune cells called "killer T-cells" that destroy viruses and bacteria. It balances the release of stress hormones by supporting the organs that produce them (the hypothalamus, the pituitary, and adrenal glands). Korean Ginseng helps produce endorphins to make people feel good. Its sexual benefits work to improve erectile function and to increase testosterone and sperm count.
- Traditional Uses of Korean Ginseng
- For antioxidant properties
- For immune system
- For circulation and cardiovascular system
- For blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure
- For depression and well-being
- For menopause
- For male and female reproductive systems
- For erectile dysfunction and sexual desire
- For vision and hearing
- For physical and mental energy and performance
Research on the Historical Usage Guidelines of Korean Ginseng
People who are pregnant or taking MAO inhibitor drugs should not use this herb. Korean Ginseng is very stimulating so it should be taken early in the day. High dosages could make some jittery. Check with your doctor before taking if you have high blood pressure. In rare cases, postmenopausal women may experience vaginal bleeding due to its mildly estrogenic effect.
Do not take this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are taking prescription medication or if you have a medical condition, especially high blood pressure.
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