Red Ginseng side effects – Health care tips for men and women

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traditionally red Ginn Seng also known as panax ginseng has been taken as
aphrodisiac as a stimulant and to increase longevity used in China as a
treatment for diabetes and a male sexual dysfunction ginseng root has been a
highly prized herb for thousands of years although a widely used in highly
regarded medicinal agent when used appropriately there are concerns about
the wide range of side effects and drug interactions from the long-term use of
the ginn Singh plant for more than three months it is generally well tolerated
but caution should be taken when consuming any herbal medicine here are
side effects of red ginseng one cardiac and blood effects do specially who smoke
and drink coffee in combination with ginseng have been shown to have an
increased risk of an irregular and fast heartbeat as well as incidence of
congestive heart failure both high and low blood pressure have been observed in
people using red ginseng people taking blood pressure medications for high
blood pressure should avoid taking red ginseng to neurological and mental
changes some people experience headaches dizziness and vertigo while using Genson
using insync may also cause nervousness and anxiety a sense of being
overstimulated excitability depression confusion insomnia and many episodes in
people with bipolar disorder 3 blood sugar and digestive effects Ginn Singh
has been shown to have an effect on blood sugar by significantly lowering it
loose with diabetes should use extra caution if taking insync especially if
we are using blood sugar lowering medications or similar her
as well long-term use of red ginseng can produce gastrointestinal problems
including nausea and vomiting for sex pregnancy and childbirth breast
tenderness loss of menstrual periods breast enlargement in men difficulty
developing or maintaining an erection and lack of libido have been reported in
both sexes avoid using dancing if you have known hormonal problems or hormonal
e sensitive conditions such as endometriosis breast or uterine cancer
do not consume dancing during pregnancy or while breastfeeding since there is a
possibility of adverse effects on the fetus and newborns v interactions with
drugs because of ginn Singh’s ability to cause bleeding care should be taken when
using it while taking medications that thin the blood
examples include aspirin heparin and other blood thinners antiplatelet drugs
such as plavix and NSAIDs such as ibuprofen and or naproxen avoid
combining Genting with MAO ice to avoid potential headaches insomnia mania and
tremors red ginseng may alter the effects of certain blood pressure or
heart mitigation such as calcium channel blockers ginzan can decrease the effects
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2 Replies to “Red Ginseng side effects – Health care tips for men and women”

  1. Yes, red ginseng has some side effects associated with it, but they tend to be rare and mild in nature. Most of those who do experience them were probably using too much of the herb. If one only takes a small "maintenance dose" per day (which would contain, perhaps, less than 10 mg of the "active ingredient", the ginsenside molecules form when the freshly harvested, six year old roots are boiled to make them turn red) to help promote vitality and stamina, then the chance of side effects are small. One needs, however, to be aware of the possible side effects so that, if they do appear, he or she can cease using this ancient "pancea" herb. The active ingredients causing the side effect should be out of his system within 48 hours and the symptoms will subside and disappear. Taking a "vacation" from the herb for several weeks and then restarting at a lower dose might be called for. With ginseng, any herb, or any Big Pharma drug, one has to constantly weight the benefits against the risks. With red ginseng, it seems like this is balanced is in favor of the ginseng. There is a reason ginseng is called the "King of Herbs" and once sold for more than its weight in gold!

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