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health benefits of ginseng
Risun Bio-Tech Inc  Feb 15, 2017

The Health Benefits of Ginseng

Fights viral infections

    Research has shown that Ginseng may have the ability to act as an "adaptogen", prolonging life by 

combating viral infections and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Research continues to support ginseng's protective 

role against anti-cancer treatments and drugs, perhaps even countering the side effects of chemotherapy. 

There is some thought that Ginseng may be useful for the prevention of abuse and dependence of opioids and 


Reduces stress

    Ginseng has been used to both stimulate and relax the nervous system. It increases capillary circulation in 

the brain and decreases the effects of stress. Though there are many kinds of ginsengs in the world but they 

cannot rival Asian ginseng in ingredients and medicinal effects. It contains as many as 29 different 

ginsenosides while the others contains 8-9.


    Asian Ginseng contains anti-ageing substances such as antioxidants and insulin-like substances which are 

not found in any other type of ginseng.

Lowers blood sugar and cholesterol

    In western herbal medicine, Panax ginseng's regulating effects on the immune system have been studied for 

potential effectiveness in preventing colds, flu, and some forms of cancer. In clinical studies, Panax ginseng 

has been shown to lower blood levels of both sugar and cholesterol, therefore it may help treat type 2 diabetes

and high cholesterol. Its other potential uses are not as well defined, however. In separate studies of 

laboratory animals and humans, Panax ginseng had a relaxing effect on muscles in the lungs. The resulting 

airway expansion may help relieve asthma symptoms and other lung conditions that result from constricted 


Boosts memory

    In other studies, a combination of Panax ginseng and gingko is believed to boost memory and thinking 

processes. Early results from laboratory study may show that chemicals in Panax ginseng promote the growth 

of blood vessels, which could be valuable in treating extensive injuries.