Ginseng: Interesting Facts and Side Effects

Ginseng is a Herbal Plant, it is native to China but found in all parts of the world. It is a short plant with fleshy roots. Ginseng is known for its unknown benefits and has been used in our Traditional Medicinal System since ages. Now in Modern Science it is also used in treatment of some diseases, and recommended by Doctors. Ginseng is a superior Medicine because it is thought that the Primary purpose of the Healing arts is to restore Balance and Strength so that the Body can heal itself.

Wild Ginseng 

Ginseng has many types, as it changes its Leaves from region to region and its Plant Structure. Wild Ginseng is considered to be more Beneficial. It has more Therapeutic studies and It has officially been listed as a Threatened Species.

Ginseng: Uses 

  •  It is also helpful in Regulating Mood, Improving Behavior, and Sharpening Memory.
  • Ginseng helps to increase Antioxidant Capacity in Cells and work against Oxidative Stress, Which prevents other big diseases.  
  • Components in Ginseng are helpful for boosting our Immune System
  • Ginseng has Nutrients that help in enhancing the Blood Flow in Penile Muscles and Decrease Oxidative Stress in Tissues. 
  • Ginseng has Nutrients, which are helpful in Increasing Insulin levels in the body and balancing the Blood Sugar levels.
  • Ginseng helps to increase the Circulation and Oxygenation in the Skin.


Taking a Ginseng Supplement or tea in moderation is safe for many people, but it is not appropriate for:

  • Those with Emotional or Psychological imbalances, Headaches, Heart palpitations, Insomnia, Asthma, Inflammation, or Infections associated with High Fever
  • Pregnant Women
  • Infants or Young Children
  • People with High Blood Pressure

Consult a qualified Health-Care provider first for Recommendation.

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