Korean ginseng

Ginseng has many medicinal properties that increase the body's capacity. Ginseng root supports brain function, fights infections, stimulates the nervous system. What is important, ginseng also affects potency, because it increases the synthesis of nitric oxide, which takes part in the erection process.

Ginseng has a positive effect not only on the potency, but also on the entire internal system, thanks to the active substances sugars, vitamins, trace elements and minerals. Ginseng is usually associated with aphrodisiac, which is a natural way to increase libido.

Ginseng and its effects on the genital system

Ginseng root is used in potency supplements. The plant increases the synthesis of nitric oxide, which is essential for erection. It affects the relaxation of blood vessels in cavernous bodies, causing an increased inflow of blood to reproductive organs. Experts have found that the most valuable substances of this plant are ginsenosides. According to scientists from Seoul, the plant root improves erection in about 60% of men with impotence disorders. Ginseng can also support women who have low libido, because the root of the plant increases the blood supply to the reproductive organs. Regular supplementation is able to restore satisfaction with sex life.

Other properties of ginseng include: elimination of cell damage after radiation, support of motor activity, antipyretic, anticonvulsant, antipsychotic, strengthening of immunity to infections, stimulation of the central nervous system, antithrombotic effect, lowering blood sugar levels or accelerating wound healing.

To ensure that ginseng is actually effective, it is advisable to administer the product regularly. The maximum daily dose of dried root should be between 0,5 and 2 mg. The treatment must last no longer than two months. Ginseng tablets in the composition should be administered in the morning. It is not recommended to exceed the daily dose, as side effects may occur. It happens that ginseng syndrome occurs, which is manifested by headaches, diarrhoea, sleepiness and skin lesions.

Ginseng - contraindications

Unfortunately, people with hemophilia or other blood clotting conditions cannot benefit from the natural properties of ginseng. It is not recommended for people with hypoglycemic tendencies to take the plant because ginseng reduces blood sugar levels. Patients with hypertension or other cardiovascular diseases should also refrain from taking ginseng. If you are worried about side effects, it is recommended to consult a doctor, who will indicate the appropriate dose. Ginseng must not be given to children, pregnant women or breastfeeding women.