PathPathPathcloseGroup 8single-neutral-circleshopping-basket-1searchsend-email-2common-file-horizontal-imagetwitterlock-2cogNottingham ForestIcon / Health
PathPathPathcloseGroup 8single-neutral-circleshopping-basket-1searchsend-email-2common-file-horizontal-imagetwitterlock-2cogNottingham ForestIcon / Health

FFP2 Face Masks, Hand Sanitiser and disposable gloves available while stocks last Shop now

Health benefits of ginseng

3rd December 2019

There are many great reasons to be taking Ginseng as a health supplement. This herb has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2000 years. It increases testosterone and nitric oxide naturally. Let's discuss the full package of benefits offered by this herb.

Ginseng is recommended for erectile dysfunction, strengthening the immune system, improving concentration and ability to learn, improving mood, reducing fatigue and lowering blood sugar levels. It helps with menopause and high blood pressure. Some testing has been studied on the effects of ginseng for hepatitis C, cancer and heart disease. While some studies are promising, the results are inconclusive. That doesn’t take away from the fact that ginseng is almost universally recognized as a healthy supplement that should be included in your diet.

Ginseng improves sexual performance and sexual dysfunction

You may have heard of Ginseng as being used as an aphrodisiac. It is widely known for promoting sexual vitality. It can also be used to improve sperm quality and provide improved erections.

In addition, ginseng is found to improve the sperm quality and count of healthy individuals as well as patients with treatment-related infertility. It is considered a tonic or adaptogenic that enhances physical performance (including sexual), promotes vitality and increases resistance to stress and ageing.

A study found here measured the sexual performance of 60 men who took 1000mg of ginseng, three times per day. These were men who had experienced mild erectile dysfunction. The study found that ginseng can be an effective treatment for people who experience mild erectile dysfunction.

Our data show that KRG can be an effective alternative to the invasive approaches for treating male ED.

Yet another study of 45 men with erectile dysfunction. They took 900mg, 3 times per day. They found that 60% of participants had improved erections. Their conclusion is below.

Our data show that Korean red ginseng can be an effective alternative for treating male erectile dysfunction.

In summary, if you are suffering from mild erectile dysfunction and are looking for a natural route to experiencing improved erections, Korean Red Ginseng may be of help. If you have taken ginseng and found it to not be adequate, consider taking the blue pill Viagra. We sell this drug on UK Meds. We have generic Sildenafil, regular prescription Viagra, and over-the-counter ED pills called Viagra Connect.

Ginseng for treating diabetes

American Ginseng may be a good supplement to diabetes therapy. The exact mechanism that this type of ginseng uses to improve diabetes is unknown but is believed to be beneficial in the treatment of diabetes.

It has been reported that American ginseng attenuates hyperglycemia and may present itself as a supplement to diabetes therapy. ... Also, studies have revealed American ginseng's ability to decrease blood glucose in type II diabetes patients as well as in streptozotocin-induced diabetic animals (STZ-diabetic mice). Current reports of ginseng and ginsenosides point to the possibility of ginseng as a candidate for complementary diabetes therapy.

People who have diabetes need their blood sugar levels to be normalized. Ginseng has been found to normalize blood sugar levels. Supplementing with ginseng is highly recommended for those who have diabetes.

The herb red ginseng may help normalize blood sugar levels in people with diabetes, two new studies suggest. ... Since normalizing blood sugar levels is a critical goal of diabetes treatment, ginseng could someday be an important strategy in managing patients, says Fran Kaufman, MD, president of the American Diabetes Association.

It is important to continue treating with diabetes medications if you have been diagnosed with diabetes. Popular diabetes medicines such as Metformin lowers the amount of glucose in the blood. Speak to your doctor about taking ginseng as a part of your diabetes treatment regimen.

Ginseng and cancer

American ginseng has been found to improve the quality of life in those who are recovering from cancer. It increases energy and is believed to improve both physical and mental health. Patients who have cancer and are suffering from fatigue are recommended to take American ginseng.

Many patients with fatigue report the use of herbal remedies. Ginseng is one of the most widely used because it is believed to improve energy, physical and emotional health, and well-being. Ginseng is a promising treatment for fatigue.

Ginseng side effects

There are potential side effects from taking ginseng. They are as follows:

  • diarrhoea;
  • insomnia;
  • headache;
  • rapid heartbeat;
  • increased or decreased blood pressure;
  • breast tenderness and vaginal bleeding.

Ginseng is commonly used to give a boost in energy. It is understandable that it would, therefore, cause insomnia. If you suffer from insomnia, it is a good idea to avoid the use of ginseng, especially when it is close to bedtime. If you find yourself suffering from insomnia (even when you don't take ginseng), consider using sleeping tablets in the short-term. Prescription-strength sleep pills become less effective the more you use them, so you may consider another supplement to help you get to sleep. Nytol one-a-night are effective in helping to treat insomnia.

Conclusion

Ginseng is a valuable supplement that has a long history of helping people with various ailments. It can be helpful in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It can also be helpful in normalizing blood sugar in those who have diabetes. Ginseng can offer quality-of-life improvements for those who are fighting against cancer.