Panax Ginseng

Panax Ginseng


Medicinal Use:

Convalescence

Debility

Drowsy

Fatigue

Metabolic syndrome

Diabetes

Low blood pressure

Cold / flu

High cholesterol

Libido / impotence

Stress

Alzheimer

Cancer

Schizophrenia

Addison’s disease

Heart disease

Fibromyalgia

Contraindications:

Pregnancy

Infants / children

Patients with a history of breast cancer

Auto immune diseases: lupus, MS

Acute fever

Bipolar disorder

Sore throat

Tapeworm

Constipation

High blood pressure

Warning:

Ingest with food – as it effects the blood sugar levels

Stop use 7-10 days before surgery

Do not ingest with caffeine, can cause anxiety / insomnia / arrythmia

Stop usage if any of the following are experienced:

Anxiety

Breast Pain

Euphoria

Insomnia

Nausea

Dizziness

Diarrhea

Menstrual problems

Mood swings

Rashes / itchy

Restlessness

Hypertension

Nose bleed

Vaginal bleeding

Large or prolonged dosage can cause:

Irritability

Diarrhea

Edema

Blurred vision

Seizures

Dry mouth

Vomiting

Interactions:

Anti-coagulant’s, anti-blood clotting, aspirin, warfarin etc.

Diabetic meds – may raise blood sugar levels

Calcium Channel Blockers

Stimulants

Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors

Avoid taking radish with ginseng


Female Ginseng / Angelica Root / Dong Quai

Indian Ginseng / Ashwagandha / Indian Winter Cherry

Peruvian Ginseng / Maca Root


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