Ginseng is a plant with many medicinal and health-promoting properties. Ginseng root increases immunity, fights infections, improves brain and nervous system function. It also affects potency, increasing the amount of nitric oxide in the body. This plant is also considered to be a typical aphrodisiac.
Ginseng and its effects on the genital system
Ginseng root is very often added by dietary supplement manufacturers for potency. Its ingredients improve the general condition of the body and increase the synthesis of nitric oxide, which is necessary to achieve a strong erection. This compound relaxes blood vessels, increasing blood flow to the penis. According to scientists, ginsenosides in ginseng root improve erection in more than 60% of men suffering from potency disorders.
Ginseng is also suitable for women with low libido. By increasing genital blood supply, it increases satisfaction with sex life and restores the desire for sex.
Other properties of ginseng include
- reduction of cell damage after radiation (therefore it is recommended to use it before and after X-rays)
- support of motor activity and stimulation of the body
- antipyretic, anticonvulsant and anti-inflammatory effects
- increasing the immune system of the organism
- anticoagulant effect
- reducing blood sugar levels
- accelerating the healing of wounds.
In order to maximise the benefits, it is recommended to take ginseng regularly. The maximum daily dose of dried root should be about 2 mg, but it is not worth taking so much right away. The best way to get your body used to a new relationship is to get used to it. The treatment should not exceed two months. The tablets should be taken in the morning as, due to their stimulating effect, taking the tablets in the evenings may make it difficult to fall asleep.
Ginseng - contraindications
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose, as this may result in side effects such as headaches, diarrhoea and skin lesions. Ginseng should also not be used by people suffering from blood clotting disorders. Because ginseng reduces blood sugar levels, people with hyperglycaemia should not take it. Contraindications are also found for people with hypertension or cardiovascular diseases.
Ginseng should not be administered to children or pregnant or breastfeeding women.
If you have any doubts, please contact your doctor beforehand, who will assess whether you can use the properties of this plant without worrying.