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Scientifically Proven Functions of Ginseng
Korean Red Ginseng is so internationally famous for its healthy properties that the scientific name for its species was designated as Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer (panax being the Latin term for "a cure-all"). While ginseng cannot cure all ills, it does have a variety of healthy effects, which modern scientific research has confirmed. But not all ginsengs are the same. While there are many species and types of ginseng, only Korean ginseng, which has been grown for 6 years (to its full-maturity), which has been scientifically proven and affirmed, by the Korean FDA, as a functional food, which supports these healthy functions:
Boost energy & bodily stamina
Support fatigue resistance
Boost the immune system
Enhance blood circulation
Support memory functions
Every year, new research is being conducted on ginseng as South Korea's hidden super food reveals more and more of its secrets. Below you will find a data-base we will continuously update as research becomes publicly available. Please check back often.
While Korean ginseng is classified as a dietary supplement, not a drug (and has no doping effects), it is no wonder that Korean ginseng has consistently held the #1 spot for most recommended traditional herbal medicine in the herbalist communities. The 10th International Symposium on Ginseng was held in 2010 and attended by approximately 1,500 scholars and researchers from 15 countries such as the United States, Europe and Asia. More than 300 papers were submitted with their findings supporting ginseng's efficacy.
Korean Red Ginseng, the Original Super Food
Historical Uses of Korean Red Ginseng Described in Traditional Oriental Medical Books
While modern scientific has confirmed the above claims, such that they have received approval from the Korean-FDA, there are seven major benefits of ginseng as described in traditional Eastern medical records. Since ancient times, long before clinical trials, many Korean and Chinese medical documents referred to these records and prescribed Korean ginseng to support bodily functions associated with certain conditions. In China, the historically referenced functions of ginseng are classified as, "The Seven Major Benefits of Ginseng." These are outlined below:
1. Boosting Stamina
Ginseng relieves stress by boosting, both, mental vitality and physical energy, while allowing for bodily calm. It improves body constitutions, when individuals are tired or lack energy, fighting fatigue.
2. Supporting Metabolism and the Cardiovascular System
Ginseng is said to help to improve specific metabolic functions and bodily growth and normal repair by supporting blood formation, oxygenation, and helping to regulate blood circulation. Good blood flow was said to support an integrated system of key organs, resulting in internal synergy and well-being.
3. Calming the Nerves
Unlike plants which contain caffeine, ginseng is caffeine-free, and does not contribute to stress. It is said to support the adrenal system and was noted to strengthen mental vitality while simultaneously calming the body, bringing it more into balance. By helping to reduce stress and anxiety, physical well-being and mental health are improved.
4. Supporting Healthy Lung Functions
Ginseng was said to help loosen coughing by supporting healthy respiratory functions, and is said to be good for the lungs, helping to keep them strong, as they interface with healthy blood circulation, resulting in good oxygenation for the body and easier breathing.
5. Supporting the Spleen and Stomach
Ginseng may improve one's appetite and help with intestinal regularity by supporting healthy stomach and digestive tract functions. Ginseng has been historically said to be beneficial for some diabetics (under supervision of one's physician, if prescribed drugs for this condition) and even to help quench thirst.
Ginseng has been said to help the body naturally process and remove toxins, by boosting the immune system. It is said to aid in cleansing the bowels, and support intestinal immune system functions.
7. Healthy Aging
Korean ginseng helps to promotes healthy skin, support healthy blood flow within skin, and support healthy-aging functions and is therefore used in a variety of beauty products, and is the hidden beauty secret of several well-known supermodels in, both, South Korea and the West.
What Makes Korean Red Ginseng So Powerful?
Korean Red Ginseng is rich in healthy plant saponins, specifically called ginsenosides, which evolved to help the plant survive in harsh environments. Ginseng saponins have been shown clinically to have a powerful adaptogenic effect, helping human bodies achieve homeostasis by bringing them back into balance and helping to fight stress on a cellular level. Although ginseng is not drug, dozens of research papers indicate that Korean Red Ginseng and the healthy components found in Korean Red Ginseng help the body resist harmful viruses. This supports the claim that Korean ginseng helps boost the immune system and illustrates why it has been historically used as a traditional medicine for 2,000 years.
In fact, Korean Red Ginseng is the most famous medicinal herb in the Eastern tradition and has been used safely throughout Asia and world for centuries. Western explorers in Asia brought the plant back to Europe and remarked how it "extended life and vitality."
Ginseng came to be used as clean, plant-based nutrition providing healthy-energy to hard workers, atheletes, and those wishing to support a healthy lifestyle with nature's original super food. Containing more than 30 varieties of healthy ginseng saponins and ginsenosides, Korean Red Ginseng ginseng is widely considered to be the world's most powerful form of ginseng, yet is incredibly difficult to grow, which is why it sells at a higher price.