Ginseng plants belong only to the genus Panax. Cultivated species include Panax ginseng (Korean ginseng), Panax notoginseng (South China ginseng), and Panax quinquefolius (American ginseng). Ginseng is found in cooler climates – Korean Peninsula, Northeast China, and Russian Far East, Canada, and the United States, although some species grow in warm regions – South China ginseng being native to Southwest China and Vietnam. Panax vietnamensis (Vietnamese ginseng) is the southernmost Panax species known.
Ginseng seed normally does not germinate until the second spring following the harvest of berries in the fall. They must first be subjected to a long period of storage in a moist medium with a warm/cold treatment, a process known as stratification.
HealthDiva Ginseng Complex
- HealthDiva Ginseng complex supplement consists of three types of Ginseng: Korean Ginseng, American, and Siberian Ginseng root extract with its standardized active ingredient. It supports vitality and overall well-being.
- Are you Looking for a natural boost? HealthDiva Organics Ginseng complex brings a steady burst of energy to your day without the jitters, which helps you naturally increase productivity, stay energized and focused, and get things done.
- HealthDiva Ginseng complex supplement supports mental alertness, concentration, and a sharp mind. And along with this it enhances physical stamina, increases muscle strength, and improves athletic performance.
- Our roots are grown in a region of Korea that has been traditionally growing the herb for hundreds of years. Each root is hand-selected and mature while containing a minimum of 5% ginsenosides to ensure you a high potency and pure product that you’ll feel working.
- Suggested Usage: For Adults take two (2) Ginseng capsules thrice daily preferably with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Benefits of Ginseng Complex:
Sharper cognitive function
Treatment of erectile dysfunction
Lowering blood sugar
Ginseng Complex as a Dietary Supplement:
A 2002 Korean study revealed that 60 percent of men who took ginseng noticed an improvement in their symptoms. Research published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology also claimed to provide “evidence for the effectiveness of red ginseng in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.”
Although ginseng complex has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, modern research is inconclusive about its biological effects Preliminary clinical research indicates possible effects on memory, fatigue, menopause symptoms, and insulin response in people with mild diabetes. Out of 44 studies examined between 2005–2015, 29 showed positive, limited evidence, and 15 showed no effects.
As of 2017, there is insufficient evidence to indicate that ginseng has any health effects. However, ginsenosides, unique phytochemicals of the Panax species, are being studied for their potential biological properties.
Although the roots are used in traditional Chinese medicine, the leaves and stems contain larger quantities of phytochemicals than the roots and are easier to harvest. The constituents include steroid saponins known as ginsenosides, but the effects of these ginseng compounds have not been studied with high-quality clinical research as of 2019, and therefore remain unknown.
True ginseng complex plants belong only to the genus Panax. Several other plants are sometimes referred to as ginseng, but they are from a different genus or even family. Siberian ginseng is in the same family, but not a genus, as true ginseng. The active compounds in Siberian ginseng are eleutherosides, not ginsenosides. Instead of a fleshy root, Siberian ginseng has a woody root.