- Warding Off the Common Cold,
- Improved Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Survivor,
- Research Shows Reduced Blood Sugar in Diabetes Paitents
How to Use Ginseng
Heil Harvest ginseng products are 100% Wisconsin ginseng: no additives, no imposters, no ethanol/alcohol extraction processing. Just ginseng… raised by us!
Which Ginseng to use ?
When looking up information and studies on “ginseng” be sure it specifies which species it is referring to — don’t settle for general “ginseng” information, as each has unique properties and effects. (Even cooking recipes call for specific ginseng!)
Panax ginseng – Asian or Korean ginseng. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) this species variety is a “warming, red” ginseng promoting heat and “Yang” energy.
Panax quinquefolius – American ginseng. In TCM this species is a “cooling, white” ginseng supporting Qi and Yin energy. Characteristic flavor is slightly bitter and earthy.
Eleutherococcus senticosus – Sometimes referred to as “Siberian ginseng”. Not a true ginseng, but rather a cousin.
CHOOSE A FORM THAT FITS YOUR LIFESTYLE
Roots/Slices: Wash root thoroughly (like any other vegetable) then use in soups and recipes. A little extra effort well worth the exceptional benefits; small pieces can be chewed or made into tea.
Tea Bags/Tea Cuts: Soilon® pyramid (see-through) with 2g of little root nuggets. Contents are roots! Enjoy hot or cold tea for a refreshing, post work-out or summer beverage. Cut mesh pyramid add to chicken soup for a quick and easy health boost.
Capsules: The most convenient option for those on-the-go!
- Suggested use (2) 500mg capsules twice daily.
- Swallow with water and/or food.
- Not an extract! Just pure milled Wisconsin ginseng roots, minimum of 5.5% ginsenosides (the beneficial saponins in ginseng).
- Add capsule contents to your smoothie or oatmeal.
Ginseng Powder: Add powder to your soup, recipes, smoothie or oatmeal.
RECIPES USING GINSENG