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Panax Ginseng Benefits For Women
Science and Gingseng: I do not think there are any well known medical or scientific studies of this ubiquitous herb. I know that many cultures in asia are saturated with this herb for purported male sexual well being. ...Read more
There are two main: Types of ginseng: Asian and American. Many health effects are reported; few have been substantiated scientifically. There is some evidence suggesting American ginseng might boost the immune system: fewer colds. Also, that blood sugar may be lowered. Ginseng MAY improve concentration and learning, but most studies combined with gingko. Help for mood, cancer, heart, ED theorized but not proven. ...Read more
Many proven benefits: GInseng has been used by healers for thousands of years & they have observed many benefits, but only some have so far been proven by preliminary research, including enhanced immune function, supporting heart health, improved mental function, physical endurance & strength, reduced stress, improved sex drive, function & fertility & possibly reduced cancer risk- see http://tinyurl. Com/m6v6b8m ...Read more
How much vitamin D3 should I take? I'm 23 and also taking vitamin b complex. Occasional ginseng. What are the benefits of these? Thanks
Dose vitamin D: Vitamin d comes from exposure to sun made in skin less exposure due to fears of skin cancer leave a deficient state in 60 to 80 percentgeneral requirements in healthy non pregnant state vary between 10000 to 2000 units a say best taken with food down side is very little lots of people require to go upto 5000 units helps skeletal health muscle mass skin nails hair and decreses some cancers. ...Read more
Maybe (not). . .: Check out http://www. Med. Nyu. Edu/content? Chunkiid=21536 for info on asian/korean vs american vs siberian ginseng. It's a nice review of current knowledge (w/journal references) of which a few small studies suggest possible benefit in erectile dysfunction (about 1/3 down page). Quality ; quantity will affect individual benefit, if any. Your mileage may vary. Be sure to chat w/your family doc. ...Read more
Does chondritin or glucosamine have any stimulative properties? I am 46 year old 5'4' 155lb female. I am highly allergic to caffiene, ginseng, narcotics, etc... I am having issues with one of my ankles like pain when in high heels. It feels like my ankle
Unknown: Nobody knows what will happen if those two non-medications are taken together. They are not fda approved medications, which means they may not have any good research, reliable data, verified quality control, etc., etc, . .. It's a "use at your own risk" situation, but one can feel a bit more confident about it if one finds no news reports of bad side effects on the news or the internet. ...Read more
Yes food supplement: Health benefits of ginseng are well know in ancient chinese & ayurvedic medicine, but can not be primary medicine for your diabetes. Please make sure to see your doctor regularly and follow instructions with out neglect, in order to prevent its horrendous complications. ...Read more
There is no science: To support the use of Panax Ginseng although there are many claims of benefit across a broad range of human ailments. Long term ingestion has therefore not been studied. Like any herbal or nutritional product of this nature there is no guide to usage. Ask yourself, if it is as great as it is touted to be, don't you think everyone would be using it? ...Read more
I am going to try panax ginseng extract, but I am taking the antidepressant escitalopram. Does it interact with ginseng?
I see a lot of moisturizers have the herb panax ginseng in the ingredient would this cause problems for me if I apply it to my face if I have SVT ❤️?
Depends: If you are not allergic to it then you should have no problems. The biggest problem with the herbs is sometimes they make you more sensitive to the sun. ...Read more
I take 250mg of zoloft (sertraline). I bought some soft drinks and they have 50mg of panax ginseng in them. Is it safe to drink these while taking zoloft (sertraline)?
Is 1000iu the daily dosage I should be taking (vitamin d3) I'm currently also taking vitamin b complex & panax ginseng. I'm 23.
It depends...: This depends on how much vit d you get from the sun. In spring & summer about 10 minutes of exposure to midday sun allows us to make enough d if you don't use sunscreen. In fall & winter months most adults need 5-8000 iu/day to achieve optimal levels of vit d. Testing your d levels can help you determine your needs. See http://bit. Ly/1dc7vna for details. ...Read more
Do any of the following products by gnc, - arginmax, or horny goat weed, yohimbe, or panax ginseng- contain amphetamines, and methamphetamine s?
They can't: The answer is categorically "no way, no how! " to paraphrase the wizard of oz. The explanation is simple, anything with amphetamine in it would have to be a prescription drug and could not be purchased over-the-counter. On the other hand, anything containing methamphetamine and sold over-the-counter gets you 10-20 years in every state of the union last time I checked (unlike marijuana). ...Read more
I'm 23 years old. Currently taking vitamin D3 (1000ui), vitamin b complex, and panax ginseng. What's the ailu dosage of vit d3? I don't get much sun.
Vitamin D level: Knowing your vitamin d level would be helpful. If you are deficient (and depending how deficient), you will need supplementation so that you can get your level back to normal. If your vitamin d level is normal, then you may want a maintenance dose. D3 is cholecalciferol, a standard form that is taken orally. D2 is ergocalciferol, if taken is in a large 50k international unit (iu) dose once weekly. ...Read more
Can I take B12 vitamin, zinc, l-arginine, korean panax ginseng, and horny goat weed with maca thru out the day? Is it safe to take all those?
No: There are no otc supplements that will help with pcos> treatment is diet, exercise, weight loss and possibly medication such as metformin. Other medication is available for specific problems such as high testosterone. Protein "supplements" are just extra calories when you're trying to restrict your intake. ...Read more
We don't know: Its benefits, though probably real, are due to organic compounds of which we are ignorant ...Read more
Ginseng: Increase mental alertness and physical performance.Get a more detailed answer ›
Herbs: Poorly studied, I don't think any one could give you the answer to that. ...Read more
Zero dose: There is no systematic evidence that ginseng manages anything, including stress. Ginseng is one of those bogus "ancient wisdom" things. Its use is based on a superstition called the "doctrine of signatures:" because the root looks like a little headless man, the ancients got this delusion that it would cure things. Be skeptical. Arm yourself with modern knowledge, not ancient superstition. ...Read more
Unlikely: While most prudent physicians never say never, the issue with many of these "natural" products and their claims of efficacy are lack of reproducible testing. While there may be many individual testimonies of certain benefits from herbs and supplements, they have either not withstood the rigor of well controlled randomized trials or even ever been tested. ...Read more
Korean red ginseng: Is sometimes simply called red ginseng. Korean ginseng is stronger than american ginseng. If it makes you hyper (its a tonic) please switch to american. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Energy: Please start w/a visit to your doctor to rule out any metabolic disorders. Then reflect on your lifestyle and stress level. How is your diet? Junk food? Sugar? Do you exercise? Brisk walking is fine. Beware of energy drinks and false energy via coffee loading. You will crash later. Please take a holistic approach. Theanine in tea can keep you relaxed yet focused. Peace and health. ...Read more