The benefits of red ginseng

Various health benefits of red ginseng

Ginseng is often called the king of all crops. Its value is considered to be higher than gold. Ginseng has many types and many benefits. The most popular benefits red ginseng are a tonic, improve immune function, relieve stress, anti-aging, and antioxidants.

Are there any side effects?
In the book of Chinese medicine, Shen Nung stated that ginseng is immune booster. Since the time of Emperor Shen Nung (3500 BC), ginseng even called “the king of medicines”.

Health benefits of red ginseng include: reduced fatigue, increase endurance, improve mental state, facilitate secretion of body fluid, prevents diabetes, strengthens the digestive system, preventing irritation, and remove toxins. Because it is believed as an energy source , so many athletes who use ginseng as their supplementation. “Many athletes from China, Korea, and Russia who take ginseng,” said Dr. Samuel Gentoro, MS, nutritionist from the Nutrifit clinic. We know that athletes from Korea and China, in addition to master the techniques and tactics, they are also powerful in stamina. Make them superior than athletes from other Asian countries.

Until now, Ginseng is still popular and hunted by many people to increase endurance and overcome a variety of health problems. In China, the value of ginseng root is considered higher of pure gold. Ginseng prices in China can be very expensive.

Wild ginseng roots, which are over than 400 years old, the price could reach U.S. $ 3,000 per ounce. The older, the more powerful, although only a little doses.

Benefits of red ginsengQualified ginseng is rare. In general, Ginseng is harvested at 6-7 years. If younger, it would not be useful as a drug.  In addition to the roots, now people begin utilizing ginseng leaves and fruit. However, there are no studies that explain the benefits. Dr Samuel revealed that the benefits of ginseng leaves and fruits are very small. However, according to “Japan Health Association”, the fruit of ginseng contains saponin approximately 83%, or seven times more than the content of saponins found in the roots. Additional compounds in ginseng fruit four times more efficient. It means that saponin contained in it is more easily absorbed by the body.

Two Active Substances in red ginseng

Research on ginseng have been conducted since 1960, by Chinese scientists, United States, Japan and Europe. Experiments and evaluation to this plant showed efficacy to prevent disease and support the healing process.

The scientists claim that Siberian ginseng has efficacy as the best adaptogen. Adaptogen is a useful substance to enhance the body’s ability to adapt with stress. Siberian ginseng is declared not to be toxic (poisonous), not addictive (create dependency) and has no side effects.

“Because  red ginseng do not cause side effects on body organs, so it can be used for a long time,” Dr.Samuel said. Ginseng also works by two ways, meaning it can increase energy without forcing body’s ability, so you can work more powerful without find tired.

According to Dr. Rachmat, a chinese medicine expert from “Clinic of Shanghai” at Palm Ivory, Korean ginseng extract is very beneficial for health. Research on treatment with ginseng extract in patients with diabetes, hypertension, cancer and other diseases showed an improvement in health conditions fast enough and with no side effects. This result is better compared to the use of chemical drugs are often toxic and cause complications.

In 1969, Brehman, scientists from Soviet Union (now Russia), also examined red ginseng benefits. He got the result that Soviet soldiers who took ginseng can run faster than those who do not consume ginseng.

Ginseng, Dr. Samuel explains, contains two active ingredients, namely phytochemicals and nutrients. The form of phytochemicals are beta sitosterol, campesterol, kariofilen, sinamic acid, escin, acid ferulic, fumaric acids, ginsenosides, caempferol, leanolat acid, panaxic acid, panaxin, saponins, stigmasterol, vanilic acid.

Nutrients are contained in ginseng include calcium, fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, zinc, vitamin Bi, B2, B3, B5, and C. “Ginsenosides are the most important element of ginseng plant which is useful for health,” Dr. Samuel And Dr. Rachmat said.

Overcome Erectile Disorder

Benefits of red ginseng to boost sexual performance seems not just a myth. Red ginseng, which widely available in Korea, is aphrodisiac food and effective to treat erectile problem. To restore endurance, it takes a pure ginseng extract as much as 0.5 grams per day. To overcome sexual apathy, it takes higher dose, ie 2-3 grams per day.

Study on benefit of red ginseng to overcome erectile disorder was conducted at the University of Ulsan and Korea Ginseng and Tobacco Research Institute in Seoul, South Korea, and reported by “The Journal of Urology”.

This study involved 45 men who have erection problems. They were given a pill containing 900 milligrams of ginseng and placebo (blank pill or fake) three times a day. Entering to eighth week, the study was stopped for two weeks. Then continued for next eight weeks by change the pattern, ie, the group that originally obtained placebo replaced with ginseng, and conversely.

The result, the level of erection, desire, and sexual satisfaction during intercourse is higher when they take ginseng than placebo. These people claim that they are able to get and maintain erection better when obtaining ginseng.

When take ginseng, 60 percent of men admitted that they had an increase in erectile ability. In contrast, in the placebo group, only 20 percent of them claimed to have increased in erection. Unfortunately, the study did not examine the work of ginseng on erection improvement. Researchers only speculate that ginseng increases the production of nitric oxide, a substance that widens blood vessels, but not explained whether the blood flow to the penis become more fluent.

DR. Franklin C. Lowe, Director of Urology at ST. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, New York, and Chairman of Committee on Alternative Healing “American Urological Association”, considers that the results was interesting. He added that it would be better if the respondent who involved include patients with various types of erectile problems and who have different reasons.

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