Taylors Ginseng SELLS ONLY Wild American Ginseng read this explanation for full understanding of what that means.
Wild American Ginseng – Is Ginseng that grows completely wild in the mountains of Eastern North America the ginseng does not have help growing it is not planted by man it is not woods grown it is not cultivated it is wild growing for thousands of years on its own distributed by nature its self and is protected by laws through the Departments of Agriculture in different States to keep illegal poachers from over harvesting the root to its extinction it is also protected by Cites.
Wild American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) is a herbaceous perennial plant in the ivy family, commonly used as Chinese or herbal medicine.It is native to Eastern North America.
Because the wild ginseng in Eastern North America grows naturally on its own it is highly favored in the Asian Markets.
The natural strength of the ginsenosides that is in the wild american ginseng is what makes the roots valuable.
Not only to the Asian market but to the world in general and more and more Americans are finally becoming aware of the natural benefits of this marvelous herb.
Most studies have used Panax ginseng (Asian ginseng). There is some evidence that Panax ginseng may help boost the immune system, reduce risk of cancer, and improve mental performance and well-being. Both American and Asian ginsengs contain ginsenosides, although the types and the ratio of these substances are different in the Asian and American herbs. Laboratory studies in animals have found that American ginseng is effective in boosting the immune system, and as an antioxidant. Other studies show that American ginseng might have therapeutic potential for inflammatory diseases. Research on American ginseng has focused on a number of conditions, some of which are described below. Diabetes Several human studies found that American ginseng lowered blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. The effect was seen both on fasting blood sugar and on postprandial (after eating) glucose levels. One study found that people with type 2 diabetes who took American ginseng before or together with a high sugar drink experienced less of an increase in blood glucose levels. However, more research is needed. One study using mice found that the American ginseng berry was more effective at lowering blood sugar levels than the root. Cancer American ginseng has been shown to inhibit tumor growth. In one laboratory study on colorectal cancer cells, researchers found that American ginseng possessed powerful anti-cancer properties. Colds and flu In two studies, people who took a specific product called Cold FX for 4 months got fewer colds and those who got colds found their symptoms did not last as long compared to people who took placebo. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) One preliminary study suggests that American ginseng, in combination with ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba), may help treat ADHD. More research is needed. Immune system enhancement Some scientists believe American ginseng enhances the immune system.