Top 6 Health Benefits of Ginseng

Top 6 Health Benefits of Ginseng
A nutritious herb, Ginseng is a slow-growing perennial plant with fleshy roots that typically grows in Northern China, Korea, and eastern Siberia. While it also is believed to be a powerful natural aphrodisiac and tonic, here are the plant’s top health benefits

1.Aiding in type 2 diabetes
Studies on American Ginseng have found that the intake of ginseng may improve blood sugar control by creating sugar-lowering effects in fasting and after-meal blood sugar levels. The effect was noticed even in average blood sugar levels over a three-month period.

2. For weight control
An extract from the ginseng berry is believed to be effective against obesity and helpful with weight control. Ginseng tea works as a natural appetite suppressant. 

3. Physical/mental health stimulant
Ginseng is believed to be a good tonic that benefits one’s stamina and helps boost energy levels. It helps athletes use oxygen more effectively, and it is believed to regulate metabolism, which can increase energy levels. Consumption of ginseng can also help athletes lower their recovery time and reduce stress. In addition, ginseng tea can act as a stimulant for the brain cells and help improve concentration and thinking ability.

4. Male s#xual function
 Consuming ginseng tea can help men lessen the symptoms of s#x related conditions like erectile dysfunction.  Korean Red Ginseng has long been used to stimulate male se#ual function. However, be sure to discuss this with your doctor before taking; ginseng may interact with other drugs or cause allergic reactions.

5. Menstrual problems
Young women who suffer from menstrual cramps and distress are advised to take American Ginseng Tea. It is also believed to lessen stomach pain associated with menstruation.

6.Cancer prevention
There may be substances in ginseng that have anticancer properties. A few population studies in Asia have linked the herb's consumption to a lower risk of cancer.1
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researchers found that Ginseng improved survival and quality of life after a diagnosis of breast cancer.
The American Cancer Society said that "clinical trials are still needed to determine whether it is effective in people."

Ginseng overdose

Symptoms of mild ginseng overdose include:
Irritability
Blurred Vision
Edema
Diarrhea
Bleeding
Fidgeting
Excitation
Dizziness
Dry mouth.

Symptoms of severe ginseng overdose include:
Decreased heart rate
Vomiting
Nausea
Convulsions
Delirium
Seizures.
People who experience any of the symptoms listed above should stop taking ginseng and immediately seek medical attention.


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