Ginseng is one of the most well-known Asian herbs. It’s widely used in Asian medicine and has been nicknamed “Wonder of the World.” This carefully cultivated and widely prized herb is known as an adaptogenic herb. Adaptogens help to strengthen the body and increase the body’s ability to respond to stressors. Because of this, ginseng is gaining popularity in Western medicine as well.
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Ginseng belongs to the Panax genus and all varieties are fairly similar. American Ginseng prefers rich soil, lots of shade, and cooler mountain and slope regions. Asian Ginseng is found in China, Japan, and Korea typically among mountain slopes. Both grow up to 2 feet tall with deep taproots (it is the root which is typically used by herbalists). Seeds can take up to 2 years to germinate and the plant cannot be harvested until the 5th year. Ginseng is an endangered plant in both American and Asia, wild harvesting should not take place.
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Ginseng is found in Female Formula (Female Ginseng aka Dong Quai), N R G (American Ginseng) and Ginseng Extract (Siberian)
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“My cramps are usually so excruciating I cant even get out of bed on the first day of my menstrual cycle (usually meaning i miss work, school or whatever is planned for that day). Since I’ve been taking female formula my cramps have become minimal. This product is another must for my cabinet along with lympha rub and soothing salve.”
Inna loves N R G:
“I got a sample ofN R G from the Healthy Living Bundle. This is like a magic potion for me. I have 2 little boys and was always exhausted and drained by the time breakfast was over. The second day of taking N R G, I felt energized and refreshed ALL day! absolutely amazing. Now I need to order more! Thanks!”
Ginseng, Siberian (Eleutherococcus senticosus): Used to improve memory and concentration; as an adaptogen to both to raise and/or lower blood sugar as needed. Also used to lower stress, helping the body resist viral infections, toxic substances, chemotherapy and radiation. Caution: Contraindicated during pregnancy.
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Use of ginseng should be avoided by pregnant women.
Note: TriLight Health employees are not licensed practitioners and cannot prescribe which products you should use. Our comments are educational. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, please see our pregnancy safe section. As with all our formulas, especially if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, please consult your healthcare practitioner before using products with any other medications. Our statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.