7 Ways To Use Red Ginseng For Better Health

Red Ginseng has been widely used in traditional medicine to treat various diseases.

Evidence Based Research supports Red Ginseng for improved health.

Here are 7 Proven benefits of Red Ginseng:

1. To Boost The Metabolism

In a study comparing Korean ginseng with American ginseng, Korean (Red) ginseng was found to be both invigorating and to boost the metabolism. [1]

2. To Reduce Stress

Studies indicate that three different ginseng components may be neuroprotective to a stressed brain. This reduces the impact of stress on both the brain and body. [2]

3. To Prevent Fatigue

A study of people with idiopathic chronic fatigue (ICF) who took red ginseng had reduced clinical signs of fatigue. This result was supported by blood serum and oxygen levels. [3]

4. To Reduce Exercise Based Muscle Inflammation

In a study found daily ginseng reduced inflammation and muscle damage for up to three days after exercise. [4]

5. To Soothe Eczema

Red ginseng reduces inflammation and improved the antioxidant activity in Eczema skin cells.[5]

6. To Reduce Oxidative Stress

A study showed Red ginseng may reduce insulin resistance and oxidative stress by increasing antioxidant enzyme activity. [9]

7. To Potentially Inhibit Tumor Growth

Ginseng saponin contains 20(S)-protopanaxadiol (PPD).

Lab studies show PPD inhibits growth of certain cancer cells. [7,8]


References

  1. Park EY, Kim MH, Kim EH, et al. Efficacy comparison of Korean ginseng and American ginseng on body temperature and metabolic parameters. Am J Chin Med. 2014;42(1):173-187.
  2. S.H. Lee, B.H. Jung, S.Y. Kim, E.H. Lee, B.C. Chung The antistress effect of ginseng total saponin and ginsenoside Rg3 and Rb1 evaluated by brain polyamine level under immobilization stress, Pharmacol Res, 54 (2006), pp. 46-49
  3. Kim HG, Cho JH, Yoo SR, et al. Antifatigue effects of Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. PLoS One. 2013;8(4):e61271. Published 2013 Apr 17.
  4. Jung HL, Kwak HE, Kim SS, et al. Effects of Panax ginseng supplementation on muscle damage and inflammation after uphill treadmill running in humans. Am J Chin Med. 2011;39(3):441-450.
  5. Hong CE, Lyu SY. Anti-inflammatory and Anti-oxidative Effects of Korean Red Ginseng Extract in Human Keratinocytes. Immune Netw. 2011;11(1):42-49.
  6. Seo SK, Hong Y, Yun BH, et al. Antioxidative effects of Korean red ginseng in postmenopausal women: a double-blind randomized controlled trial. J Ethnopharmacol. 2014;154(3):753-757.
  7. Gao JL, Lv GY, He BC, et al. Ginseng saponin metabolite 20(S)-protopanaxadiol inhibits tumor growth by targeting multiple cancer signaling pathways. Oncol Rep. 2013;30(1):292-298.
  8. Kim JH, Yi YS, Kim MY, Cho JY. Role of ginsenosides, the main active components of Panax ginseng, in inflammatory responses and diseases. J Ginseng Res. 2017;41(4):435-443.

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