A teaspoon of this a day returns memory, protects arteries and much more than that

June 3, 2018

Being a highly valued plant, Ginseng has large fleshy roots (their main source of nutrients) and typically is found in North America and certain cooler areas of Asia. Ginseng has traditionally been taken to aid a range of medical conditions.

More research is needed to confirm its benefit as a supplement. However, it is claimed that ginsenosides, chemical components found in ginseng, are responsible for the clinical effect of the herb.

Health benefits of Ginseng are:

– Activates blood circulation

– Dissolves blood clots

– Relieves headaches

– It stimulates the brain, prevents its micro-infarcts

– Improves concentration.

– Helps to meet work efficiency, ideal for people working.

– It is used for depression, anxiety, stress, and to improve mood.

– Provides the body with vitamin B1, B2, E and C, iron, manganese, and calcium

– Possesses anti-inflammatory properties

– Increases memory and slows down its progressive loss

– It is protective of arteries with weakness

– It is used as a coadjutant for the treatment of breast cancer, pulmonary liver and skin cancer.

– It is recommended anemia, diabetes, gastritis, asthma, fibromyalgia, insomnia, joint pain, etc.

In order to strengthen your memory, it is recommended to take 120 mg daily for memory loss divided into 3 doses of 40.

The powerful effects of the substance of Ginseng are felt in the brain after an hour. This has been demonstrated with electroencephalograms. It is also effective in cases of Alzheimer’s and also in cases of Senile Dementia.

Contra-indications:

Children under 18 years old should not use this plant. Avoid taking it at night before going to sleep.

Source: thinkhealthybehealthy

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