BENEFITS OF GINSENG


Prevents Premature Aging

All over the world, ginseng is valued for its ability to reduce the signs of aging. Primarily, it is used as an antioxidant, which can prevent the negative effects of free radicals throughout the body, which are the dangerous by-products of cellular metabolism that can damage healthy cells.

 

Eliminates Hangovers

Taking Ginseng 30 minutes to an hour before heavy drinking will speed up the process of alcohol with the help of ginsenocides and antioxidant agents found in the ginseng. Moreover, taking ginseng the morning after drinking will not only help with the neutralization of alcohol as well as the detoxification.  It cleanses and regenerates the liver while relieves upset stomach.

 

Weight Loss

The powerful combination of chemicals found within ginseng has a wide range of effects, including the suppression of appetite. When dried or powdered ginseng is consumed, it can quickly suppress the “hunger hormones” from triggering any cravings, thereby helping people in weight loss, while delivering a range of other health benefits at the same time.

 

Improves Sexual Performance

One of the most common traditional uses of ginseng was as an aphrodisiac. Powdered ginseng was believed to increase male sexual performance and boost libido; in modern applications, it is commonly recommended for men suffering from erectile dysfunction as a natural solution.

 

Treats Menstrual Discomfort

As a soothing and anti-inflammatory substance, ginseng is often prescribed for women suffering from extreme menstrual discomfort and cramps. It can also help reduce the mood swings commonly associated with menstruation and the menopausal change in middle-aged women.

 

Improves Hair Health

One of the natural carbohydrates found in ginseng has been directly connected with the prevention of alopecia and male pattern baldness. Applying ginseng salves or consuming the root directly can improve the health of hair follicle beds, prevent dandruff, and reduce hair loss significantly.

 

Relieves Stress

Ginseng affects the body’s nervous system in various ways.  Stimulating the metabolism and boosting energy levels is one of them. Both of these effects can help to reduce stress and anxiety in the body. Additionally, and perhaps more importantly, the adaptogens found within ginseng have been shown to alter the hormonal levels of the body, which can also help lower stress hormone levels and achieve a better balance of mood in the body.

 

Skin Care

By stimulating blood flow throughout the body, particularly to the skin cells, ginseng makes the skin looking young and hydrated. This falls under the category of anti-aging properties but ginseng is also linked to detoxifying the skin and boosting the immune response in the largest organ of the body.