Ginseng, also known as Asian ginseng, Chinese ginseng, or Korean ginseng, is a perennial herb belonging to Panax Ginseng, which prefers shade and is free of stomata and palisade tissue. It cannot retain water and if the temperature is higher than 32 degrees, the leaves will get burn. Generally, the ginseng will be flowering 3 years after planting and 5 years for fruiting. it is suitable to grow in the north latitude between 33 degrees and 48 degrees, and can be cultivated on coniferous, mixed, and deciduous broad-leaved stand sites of elevations between 200 m and 1000 m.
In China, ginseng has long been regarded as the king of hundreds of medicinal herbs. Meanwhile in Western, it is called PANAX C.A. MEYER GINSENG. “PANAX” comes from the Greek word PANAX, which means “can cure all kinds of diseases”.
Ginseng has been used as a traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. In Shennong’s herbal classic, which regards as the earliest extant writing on traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng was recorded as a first-class traditional Chinese medicine with improving and nourishing internal organs(heart, liver, lungs, spleen, kidney). The active ingredient of ginseng is ginsenoside.
All we know, ginseng root is a good health supplement, a common way to use ginseng is to boil or steam the root to make tea. But can you eat ginseng? it may take harm effect if you eat with wrong way or ginseng is unfit to you.
First It is not suitable to take when you have a cold or fever. After taking ginseng, your blood circulation will speed up, which will lead to the aggravation of heart palpitations and make the cold and fever more serious and is against the recovery of the disease.
Then, withing asthma or dry throat, you may not suggest using ginseng. If you get asthma, or due to internal heat caused by the throat dry situation, and we do not recommend the use of ginseng.
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