Posted by Administrator on 8/2/2013
Russian scientists coined the term “adaptogen” to describe a substance or herb that could increase the body’s resistance to stress or had an invigorating action upon the consumer. Thus Korean ginseng is considered to be, along with American ginseng, an adaptogenic herb.
What does Ginseng do?
Ginseng purportedly enhances mental concentration. Active ingredients contained in this herb may stimulate the immune system and thus have a role in the treatment or prevention of cancer, although more controlled and clinical research is warranted to confirm this.
Ginseng is used for diabetes, migraine, infections, radiation and chemotherapy protection, to aid in sleep, and to stimulate the appetite.
This herb also lowers blood sugar levels and might be useful in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, but only under professional medical supervision.
Ginseng has been used to treat male impotence and waning sexual desire, although not all the clinical results have been positive. Ginseng may also have estrogenic effects.
(Korean) Ginseng in proBlen boosters
Ginsengs invigorating qualities are very beneficial to our ProBLEN Libido, Testosterone, and Estrogen boosters. Ginseng has also been shown to treat post-menopausal symptoms as well. In our DNA/RNA its benefits are seen in controlling blood sugar and boosting the immune system among other things.
What else should I know about Korean Ginseng?
Korean ginseng contains steroids such as panaxatriol. The steroids are remarkably similar in structure to anabolic steroids found naturally in our body. This makes Korean ginseng ideal for athletes and bodybuilders looking for a natural alternative to an anabolic steroid. Korean ginseng is also used by women for the treatment of postmenopausal symptoms.
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