Ginseng roots work against the effects of stress and anxiety, combating
fatigue. Ginseng can improve digestion, metabolism, appetite, endurance, and as
a sexual stimulation for both sexes. Ginseng can improve learning and memory and
reduce neuronal death following transient cerebral ischemia. Ginseng has proven
efficacious in some diseases, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, motor
Wisconsin-grown American Ginseng Root is highly prized and sought after for its medicinal and stress-relieving qualities.
Store ginseng in a cool and dry place, it can have 2 to 3 years shelf life. Refrigeration of ginseng is another option to keep your ginseng fresh.
There is no certain age limit for ginseng intake. The dosage for young children should be 1/3 to 1/2 percent of the adult dose. Vitamin C may depreciate the value of American ginseng if taken together. It is recommended to take them 2 hours apart. American ginseng slices are an easy and convenient way to take ginseng. Take some with you on a trip, to the gym, or to the office. They can be chewed as candy or put 10-20 pieces in a cup and fill with boiling water for use as a tea, refill 2-3 times with hot water as needed.