Herbs and Plants: Ginseng

The best remedies can be found in the grocery isle of your local shop. The wide array of herbs, plants and vegetables are the simplest way to produce energy and vitality through out your life.

Ginseng

Benefits[1]

  • Boosts Energy, Fights Fatigue
  • Supports Brain Function
  • Quickens Immune System
  • Antioxidant
  • Lower Blood Sugar

The benefits of consuming ginseng are very abundant. Antioxidants protect the body’s cells from free radicals.

Free radicals speed up aging processes and slow down the body’s immune system. Any way to fight free radicals is going to boost your body’s health 10 fold. Ginseng is a great way to do that.

Boosting energy Ginseng can give you that extra pep in your step when you are feeling a bit under the weather.

A quick cup of Ginseng tea in the morning will provide you the alertness and better brain function throughout your entire day. Also, the lowering of blood sugar can put your body in a calm and happy space for you to better focus on other tasks.

With Ginsengs ability to quicken the immune system, it is a great remedy for the common cold or flu like symptoms.

The proven effects of Ginseng are surely to create a positive stream of good health for you in your life.

This bitter root can be eaten raw or steamed to soften. You can even make a tea out of ginseng, add some lemon peel and honey for taste.

The bitter taste of ginseng alone is sometimes liked by consumers or can be masked by adding in other botanicals and herbs.

Ginseng Tea Recipe[2]

Ingredients

  • 8 slices ginseng root
  • Honey (to taste)
  • 5 cups water

Make

  • Peel the ginseng root and make 7 or 8 thin slices.
  • Coat the ginseng with a generous amount of honey and let sit for 15 minutes.
  • Pour very hot (but not boiling) water over the ginseng and honey and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Scoop or strain out the ginseng slices.
  • Serve and enjoy!

[1]https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/11-proven-health-benefits-of-garlic[2]https://www.thespruceeats.com/homemade-korean-ginseng-tea-insam-cha-recipe-2118533

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