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What is in Ginseng?

Effects of Ginseng

Modern research studies around the world are investigating the effects of ginseng. Ginseng is not a medicine or a drug. It is a natural food which contains more than thirty active ingredients working synergistically to produce ginseng's many health benefits. This means that its power lies not in any one ingredient but in the working combination of its many constituents. Although ginseng is rich in germanium, calcium, magnesium, iron and B vitamins, the ingredients commonly thought to be most responsible for ginseng's adaptogenic properties are called ginsenosides (saponins). They are found in mature Korean Panax ginseng to a far larger degree than in other forms of ginseng.

You can see why KOREAN PANAX GINSENG is so valuable as a cleansing agent for the blood and thereby relieving stress to the organs. For some people, ulcers will be cleared up; for others, psoriasis or sinus problems will be alleviated. This is easy to comprehend when one knows the fact that illness stems from excess toxins. KOREAN GINSENG of sufficient strength, taken over a period of time, will be very helpful in detoxifying you.

Effects of Ginseng

  •  Purifies the blood of toxins
  •  Lowers "Bad" Cholesterol (LDL)
  •  Increases "Good" Cholesterol (HDL)
  •  Lowers high blood sugar
  •  Prevents cellular damage from oxidation
  •  Improves nerve growth, nerve transmission and mental function
  •  Increases production of red blood cells
  •  Lowers high blood pressure
  •  Normalizes stress conditions caused by heat, cold & abnormal physical exertion
  •  Stimulates digestion
  •  Increases physical stamina
  •  Strengthens the immune system