White Ginseng End Roots, Panax Ginseng Roots Hair, Bai Ren Shen Xu 白人参须
Buy White Ginseng End Roots, Panax Ginseng Roots Hair, Bai Ren Shen Xu 白人参须 Online Direct From China. Ginseng has been used for improving overall health. White Ginseng is considered an adaptogen, a substance that has the ability to restore your body’s balance. White ginseng,can increase your overall resistance to stress, according to traditional medicine. Additionally, Chinese medicine uses white ginseng to both stimulate and relax your body's systems depending on your needs. Any Question Just Feel Free To Conatct Us>>
- Product Name: Dried White Ginseng End Roots
- Latin Name: Radix Ginseng
- Common Name: Chinese Northeast Ginseng,Chang Bai Shan Ren Shen
- Chinese Name: Ren Shen 人参
- Origin: Jilin Province,China
- Package: Bag
- Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
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Ginseng refers to one of eleven species of perennial plants that belong to the genus Panax of the Araliacae family. You can find ginseng in four available forms, including white ginseng. This form of ginseng comes from fresh ginseng that has grown for four to six years. Manufacturers then peel and dry the ginseng to reduce the water content to 12 percent or less, producing the white ginseng. As with any health supplement, check with your doctor prior to consuming white ginseng.
White ginseng is dried ginseng. To produce white ginseng, manufacturers air dry ginseng in the sun. The process of sun drying bleaches the roots of the ginseng plant to a yellowish-white color. This bleaching process may reduce the therapeutic constituents found in ginseng, although clinical studies have not confirmed this theory. Some scientists, however, believe that enzymes present in the ginseng roots breakdown the therapeutic constituents of the ginseng during the bleaching process.
In Chinese medicine, herbal doctors believe that white ginseng holds cooling properties. These cooling properties make this herb ideal should you have excess yang, or heat, in your inner body. According to Chinese tradition, white ginseng helps to balance your heat, as opposed to red ginseng that can exacerbate your inner yang. Additionally, Chinese medicine believes that white ginseng can strengthen your Yyuan qi, the vital energy you are born with. Clinical studies have not confirmed these benefits of white ginseng proposed by Chinese medicine.
White Ginseng Benefits
According to the book “Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine,” white ginseng is a stimulant that can reduce blood sugar levels in in some individuals. Additionally, white ginseng can reduce the effects of stress, aid in alleviating mental and body fatigue, boost energy levels and help to sustain your body functions. A study published in the April 2010 “Journal of the American Botanical Council,” also found that Chinese white ginseng enhanced the cognitive functions of some patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
In traditional Chinese medicine, white Ginseng is considered an adaptogen, a substance that has the ability to restore your body’s balance. White ginseng, therefore, can increase your overall resistance to stress, according to traditional medicine. Additionally, Chinese medicine uses white ginseng to both stimulate and relax your body's systems depending on your needs. The benefits of white ginseng proposed by traditional Chinese medicine have not, however, been proven in a clinical setting.
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