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American Ginseng

American ginseng is a type of herb and perennial plant within the ivy family. American ginseng is a common herbal medicine in China. It is native to China and eastern parts of N. America. American ginseng is a fairly common herbal dietary supplement, holistic homeopathic medicine, alternative medicine, natural remedy, and home remedy due to the wide range of health benefits American ginseng has.

Other names for American ginseng include: Anchi Ginseng, Canadian Ginseng, Ginseng Root, North American Ginseng, Occidental Ginseng, Ontario Ginseng, Ren Shen, Red Berry, Panax Quinquefolium, Wisconsin Ginseng, Xiyangshen, Huaqishen, west ocean ginseng and The Star-Spangled Banner ginseng.

 

Health Benefits of American Ginseng

 

American ginseng has been used for traditional purposes as a natural medicine by the Native Americans for many years. American ginseng is sometimes used as a natural medicine or home remedy to boost immunity, to reduce stress, to fight an infection (i.e. flu & cold).

Other ailments in which American ginseng may be an effective naturopathic medicine or herbal remedy for include: dysentery, infections that are prevalent in people who have cystic fibrosis (pseudomonas infection), and it may even be helpful for those suffering from HIV/AIDS infections.

Some have also used American ginseng as a naturopathic remedy or holistic medicine for vomiting, colitis, and gastritis. American ginseng is also said to be an effective herbal medicine for anemia, pain in the nerves, fever, ADHD, pain in the joints, headaches, fibromyaldia, a poor memory, and insomnia.

It may additionally be a somewhat helpful home remedy for erectile dysfunction, symptoms related to a hangover, blood conditions, dizziness, convulsions, artherosclerosis, and maybe even some forms of cancer.

American ginseng is also said to be useful just as a general tonic to boost overall health and well-being. And has also been cited as a possibly having anti-aging properties.

 

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