The book of ginseng

by Sarah Harriman

Publisher: Pyramid Books in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 157 Downloads: 511
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StatementSarah Harriman
The Physical Object
Pagination157 p. :
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24963277M
ISBN 100515029882
ISBN 109780515029888
LC Control Number74004596

Ginseng (/ ˈ dʒ ɪ n s ɛ ŋ /) is the root of plants in the genus Panax, such as Korean ginseng (P. ginseng), South China ginseng (P. notoginseng), and American ginseng (P. quinquefolius), typically characterized by the presence of ginsenosides and gintonin.. Although ginseng has been used in traditional medicine over centuries, modern clinical research is inconclusive about its medical. SUMMARY: Ginseng is a popular herb that is frequently misunderstood and usually provided in dosages that are too small to have the desired nal use of ginseng can be traced back nearly 2, years, with reference to cooling and calming properties, treatment of poor nutritional status, and alleviation of digestive distress; quite different from today's recommendations to use it as. Panax ginseng is native to Asia and Panax Quinquefolius is the American ginseng. Quinquefolius refers to the leaves which have five lobes and are said to resemble a hand. The earliest mention of it comes from a book of the Chien Han Era ( B.C.). This book is essential to the growers of medicinal herbs such as ginseng and goldenseal. Published in this book replaces Scott Persons book Green Gold. Packed with photos, tables, graphs, and tons of informative text on all aspects of Ginseng Cultivation and Growing this book is a must have.

This book covers the properties and uses of four varieties of ginseng in the world with focus on American and Asian types of ginseng. This books discusses healing properties of ginseng, growing ginseng plants, chemical, nutritional, medical and pharmacological properties, detoxification, longevity and proper usage of the root. Siberan Ginseng As the name implies, Siberian ginseng is native to East Russia. Today it continues to grow in Russian and China. While it carries the name ginseng, this plant is not a true ginseng as it is not from the genus fact, true herbalists no longer use the name Siberian Ginseng, but instead refer to the herb as Eleutherococcus, or Eleuthero. American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) grows primarily in parts of Canada and North American regions, especially Ontario, British Columbia, the state of Wisconsin and Appalachian Mountain ed to as xi yang shen in Chinese-English, American ginseng root is very similar looking to Panax ginseng with a shape resembling a small parsnip that continues to branch-off as it develops. Amitava Dasgupta, in Translational Inflammation, Ginseng. Ginseng means “essence of man” in Chinese and is one of the most popular herbal remedy used in the United States. The most commonly used type of ginseng is Asian ginseng, often sold as Panax ginseng, Chinese ginseng, or Korean ginseng that grows in North America is Panax quinquefolius.

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This books discusses healing properties of ginseng, growing ginseng plants, chemical, nutritional, medical and pharmacological properties, detoxification, longevity and proper usage of the root.

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