Wisconsin Ginseng Benefits and Uses
WebMD (”AMERICAN GINSENG”, n.d.) has stated that:
American Ginseng (n.d.) WebMD Vitamins & Supplements. Retrieved from https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-967/american-ginseng
FOREFRONT - MAYO CLINIC CANCER CENTER'S ONLINE MAGAZINE has stated that:
MAYO CLINIC CANCER CENTER'S ONLINE MAGAZINE, Volume 1, Issue 2, 2012, Retrieved from
CUREJOY editorial has stated that:
American ginseng, or Panax quinquefolis, is one of the most popular herbs in the United States. It mostly grows in North America. Traditionally, Native Americans have used American ginseng for its medicinal effects.
It’s all thanks to active compounds called ginsenosides. According to the Journal Phytotherapy Research, ginsenosides greatly improve verbal and working memory. American ginseng is also linked to enhanced neurocognitive function when it’s consumed on the regular.2 With benefits like these, this herb may be able to prevent mental disease like Alzheimer’s.
The ginsenosides in American ginseng have a “calming” effect.3 In turn, this herb is great for relieving stress and upset stomach. Colitis, vomiting, and insomnia can also be treated with American ginseng.
It’s also the best type of ginseng for anti-cancer properties.5 You can reap the benefits within just two hours of taking it! It works by preventing the DNA from oxidative stress, giving you protection from dangerous free radicals.
Do you have high blood pressure? American ginseng can control it by reducing arterial hardness. This is useful for keeping heart disease at bay, especially if you already have a high risk. The effects are so good that it can even help type 2 diabetics.
In a way, American ginseng resembles a human body. The stringy shoots are a lot like arms and legs. It’s usually light tan, but you can find it in varying shades of brown.
CUREJOY EDITORIAL FEB 12, 2018 RETRIEVED FROM:
Other Benefits of Wisconsin Ginseng
"...many ginseng researchers concur that ginseng does seem to offer anti-stress benefits by helping the body cope with anxiety and ward off illness." [Reader’s Digest, July 1997]
"...several reliable studies in the 1990s showed that ginseng, in combination with vitamins and minerals, resulted in an improved quality of life. Other studies reported improvements in memory and other factors associated with psychological well-being and fatigue reduction." [Prevention, August 1997]
"...ginseng enhances phagocytosis, increases immunoglobulins, promotes lymphocytic transformation, restores production of blood cell by bone marrow." ["Immune-Enhancing Herbs and Cancer Therapies", Health foods Business Magazine, June 1987]
"Many diseases may be the result of an undetected deficiency which arise as a result of our modern stressful society and eating habits. American ginseng appears to partially correct this deficiency in some cases." [International Ginseng Conference ’94, pp. 249-258]
"...ginseng is the single most useful restorative and tonic available … uses for which ginseng has been recommended: stimulant, … tonic, … mental benefits, … anti-stress, … regulating blood pressure, … anti-diabetic, … aphrodisiac, …eases menopause, … aging and life extension." [How Ginseng is Used, Dr. Stephen Fulder]
The preceding statements have not been verified by the FDA, and this product is only intended to be a supplement to a healthy diet