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Ginseng—Herb of Chinese Medicine

Updated: Tuesday, Oct 20,2009, 10:53:02 AM
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In China, ginseng has been treasured since the beginning of recorded history. The Qing Dynasty in ancient China, ginseng was prized open more than gold. Ginseng is the most famous traditional Chinese medicine. It is used in Asia over 5,000 years.

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Ginseng tonic can be literally thousands of recipes, this is the most traditional preventive herbs. Seek to improve the energy and vitality of the use of ginseng a day many people.

Ginseng take about six years to mature, but it is difficult and expensive growth. Its value is found in its stained root causes, which contains carbohydrates, nitrogenous compounds, fat-soluble compounds, vitamins and minerals in complex mixtures. The efficacy of ginseng is a unique way to affect the entire body. Ginseng has also been recognized as an effective modern study of the immune system tonic.

There are several types of ginseng are available: Asian ginseng, also known as ginseng, American ginseng, Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), Japanese ginseng (37 schistosomiasis). Ginseng, which is grown in South Korea, China and Japan, in particular, the most widely used. American ginseng grows in forests in general, from Quebec to Minnesota and south Georgia and Oklahoma. Siberian ginseng grows in Russia, China, South Korea and Japan's forests.

Asian and American ginseng is well known that only a special effect. Ginseng these two species look very similar, have similar chemical composition. These days, North American ginseng is in British Columbia, Ontario, and Wisconsin farmland, is a valuable exports. North American ginseng is generally considered the most valuable and useful.

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