Ginseng's key ingredient, ginsenosides (5% minimum), have historically been used to combat the effects of stress and anxiety, and fatigue. Ginseng has also thought to improve digestion, metabolism, appetite, and endurance.
Typically, ginseng is sourced from Asia, but this premium ginseng has been grown in the cold forest and fertile soils of Wisconsin, which is known as the perfect location for growing ginseng in North America.
Dose and Usage: 10 to 20 grams of ginseng can be used each time for the preparation of steamed tonic tea, or cut it into small pieces, to chew and eat. Another convenient way is steeping the ginseng roots in boiling water for 15 minutes for a health-boosting tea.
Usage: 10 to 20 grams of ginseng can be used each time for the preparation of steamed tonic tea, or cut it in small pieces, chew and eat. Another convenient way is just putting the sliced ginseng into a cup or vacuum flask with boiling water, cover and soak for about 15 minutes and then drink the water.
Store: Keep in a cool, dry place