Information on Siberian Ginseng
Siberian ginseng has been used as an energizing tonic in traditional Chinese medicine for many thousands of years. The Western civilization discovered the vast array of health benefits associated with Siberian ginseng only in the 1950s. Numerous different types of herbal remedies contain dried or fresh root of Siberian ginseng. It is also a well known fact that many Soviet athletes have used Siberian ginseng for the enhancement of their performances. Nowadays, Siberian ginseng has becomes very popular because of all those different health benefits. Siberian ginseng is commonly grown in the eastern parts of Russia, as well as in China, Korea and China. It can be grown from the seed, but this type of plant is rather difficult when it comes to germination. During the autumn the root of the planted gets dried and chopped up so it can be used for numerous different sorts of medicinal purposes. The traditional Chinese medicine claims that Siberian ginseng may come in very handy when it comes to uplifting the ‘qi’ and treating the deficiency of ‘yang’ which commonly affects the spleen and the kidneys. The traditional Chinese medicine have also used Siberian ginseng to treat all those who suffer from insomnia.
Siberian Ginseng Benefits
Siberian ginseng is highly praised because of its antiviral properties, so it can be very helpful in warding off various types of diseases. It is also a very potent stimulant so it may come in very handy when it comes to boosting the functioning of the circulatory and immune system. Siberian ginseng also has very potent aphrodisiac qualities so it can be used for the treatment of sexual dysfunction in both women and men. It can also be used as a very powerful tonic. Those who suffer from diabetes may find Siberian ginseng to be very helpful because it lowers the levels of sugar in the blood and reduces high blood pressure. It can also be very helpful in boosting the levels of energy and improving one’s focus, concentration and overall mental activity. Stress and tension may also be reduced significantly by using Siberian ginseng. It has also been used to reduce the negative effects of weightlessness commonly experienced by astronauts in outer space.
Siberian ginseng is commonly consumed in the form of capsules or pills, or it can be ingested in the form of tincture. Other forms may include tablets, teas and extracts.