Panax ginseng is a plant. To make medicines, people use the root. Do not confuse Panax ginseng with American ginseng, or Siberian ginseng or Panax Pseudo-ginseng.
Panax ginseng is used to improve the efficiency of thinking, concentration, memory and work and also to improve physical and sports resistance. Some people use Panax ginseng as an aid in coping with stress and as a general tonic to improve mood. Sometimes Panax ginseng is called "an adaptogen" when used in this way.
Panax Ginseng Extract is also used for depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), to stimulate the immune system and against certain infections in a lung disease called cystic fibrosis. These infections are occured because of a bacteria known as Pseudomonas.
Some people use Panax ginseng for breast cancer, cancer of the ovaries, liver cancer, lung cancer and skin cancer.
It is also used for anemia, diabetes, inflammation of the lining of the stomach (gastritis), fever, hangover, and asthma.
Panax ginseng is also used orally for bleeding disorders, loss of appetite, vomiting, intestinal problems, fibromyalgia, sleep problems (insomnia), neuropathic pain, joint pain, dizziness, headache, seizures, pregnancy and childbirth disorders, and hot flashes due to menopause and to slow the aging process.
Some men apply Panax Ginseng Extract on the skin of the penis as part of a product that also contains other ingredients and is used for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Men also use it for Erectile Dysfunction (ED). There is few evidence that Panax ginseng is best for these uses.
In the manufacturing industry, Panax ginseng is used to make soaps, cosmetics and as a flavoring agent in beverages. Ginseng has been used as medicine for more than two thousand years. Today, approximately 6 million Americans use it regularly.
IT IS EFFECTIVE?
Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database classifies the effectiveness, based on scientific evidence, according to the following scale: Effective, Probably Effective, Possibly Effective, Possibly Ineffective, Probably Ineffective, Ineffective, and Insufficient Evidence for Make a Determination.
The classification of efficacy for this product is as follows:
Possibly Effective for:
· Alzheimer disease. Evidence shows that daily intake of Panax Ginseng Extract for 12 weeks can improve mental performance in people with Alzheimer's disease.
· Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a form of lung disease. The consumption of Panax ginseng helps in improving functioning of lungs and other symptoms of COPD.
· Mental function-Taking Panax ginseng orally may improve abstract thinking, mental calculation skills, and reaction times in healthy, middle-aged people, but not in young adults. Panax ginseng alone does not seem to improve memory, but there is some evidence that a combination of Panax ginseng and ginkgo leaf extract improves memory in healthy people between 36 and 66 years of age.
· Erectile dysfunction (ED) - The intake of Panax ginseng appears to improve sexual function in men with erectile dysfunction.
· Arterial hypertension. Some evidence shows that the intake of Panax ginseng could slightly lower blood pressure in people with high blood pressure.
· Early elasticity- The application of a cream containing Panax ginseng, angelica root, Cistanches Deserticola, Zantoxilo species, Torlidis seeds, clover flower, Asiasari root, cinnamon bark and toad poison (SS Cream) on the penis one hour before of sexual intercourse and removing the area by washing one hour before intercourse seems to help prevent premature ejaculation.
· Sexual excitement- The intake of Korean rogo ginseng powder, a specific form of Panax ginseng, appears to improve arousal and sexual satisfaction in menopausal women. In addition, the use of a specific product containing Korean red ginseng and other ingredients and other ingredients seems to improve sexual desire in women.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Panax Ginseng Extract contains many active substances. The substances that are believed to be the most important are called ginsenosides or panaxosides. The term ginsenoside was coined by researchers from Asia and the term panaxoside was chosen by the first Russian researchers. Panax ginseng is often referred to as a medicine that is used to produce a sense of general well-being as it affects many different systems of the body.
Is there any concern for the use of the safety?
Panax ginseng is POSSIBLE SAFE when swallowed and applied to the skin as part of a multi-ingredient product (SS Cream) for a short period. Panax Ginseng Extract is not possibly safe when taken for a long time (more six months). Researchers think that it could have hormone-like effects that could be harmful with prolonged use.
The most usual side effect is problem in sleeping (insomnia). Others are menstrual problems, breast pain, increased heart rate, high or low blood pressure, headache, and loss of appetite, diarrhea, itching, skin rashes, dizziness, mood swings, vaginal bleeding and many others.
Uncommon side effects that have been reported include a severe rash called Stevens-Johnson syndrome, liver damage and severe allergic reactions.