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  • Herbal Facts and Health Benefits of Ginseng
    Ginseng Herb And Health Benefits Of GinsengIndian ginseng features prominently in the Ayurvedic medicine system, with a long history as a medicinal herb in the Indian sub-continent, where it is known as ashwagandha. It is botanically referred to as Withania somnifera and belongs to the family of Solanaceae. The[...]

  • Red Ginseng Benefits for Men, Women and Kids
    Red Ginseng Health BenefitsGinseng is inalienable from the arsenal of any herbalist and with good cause. It is a highly valued herb because of its potency as a cure for various health conditions. The herb is native to the Far East, grown mainly in Korea, because of the suitable climate[...]

  • Health Benefits and Side Effects of Korean Ginseng
    Health Benefits Of Korean GinsengGinseng is an extremely popular herb, particularly in the Far East. Ginseng is a plant that grows widely in Korea because of its cool, suitable climate. The root is considered to be the most valuable part of the plant and is used extensively. However, some believe[...]

  • Health Benefits of Consuming American Ginseng
    Ashwagandha And Health Benefits Of GinsengThis herb is a native of Siberia and has been used in traditional medicines in China. The Chinese make an energy tonic from ginseng; while research has shown that ginseng can treat stress and can increase the level of mental alertness. The American ginseng[...]

  • Energy Boosting Diets | Boosting Energy Levels | Increasing Energy Levels
    Energy Boosting Diets: There are a variety of foods that should be a part of the diet as they help in boosting energy levels. A lack of adequate iron in the diet is responsible for low energy levels.[...]

  • Health Benefits and Side Effects of Asian Ginseng
    Health Benefits of Asian GinsengAsian Ginseng is one of the most popular ingredients in herbal medicine, particularly among herbalists in the Far East. This is because the cultivation of this herb has traditionally been localized to Korea and China. Since it is primarily found in Asian regions, it has been[...]

  • Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine Systems in England
    Ayurvedic, Unani Medicine Catching Up In EnglandEngland has a sizeable Asian population, the majority of who are from the Indian sub continent. These immigrants continue to use traditional forms of medicine such as Ayurveda and Unani medicine. However, this usage of traditional medication poses a problem when they consult allopathic[...]

  • Home Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction
    Erectile dysfunction can take place anytime during a man's lifetime and is not always related to serious problems. Read on to know more.[...]

  • Juices for Rejuvenation and Muscular Rheumatism Treatment
    Rejuvenation Opinions are divided as to whether this is possible or not. My opinion is that the prolongation of life in a well nourished person is unlikely but that an increase in the quality of that life is usually possible. The usual and valuable supportive substances are ginseng, pollen and[...]

  • Dong quai herb not recommended during colds and flu infections
    Dong QuaiAngelica sinensis, Chinese angelica, dang gui, tang kuei are the other names for Dong quai. Dong quai is a herb of the celery family native to China, Japan, and Korea. The root is medicinally active. In Chinese medicine, the broader end of the root has anticoagulant activity, the central[...]

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