Scientific Name: Panax ginseng
Origin: South Korea
Korean Red Panax is a variation of Ginseng Powder that is achieved by heating it through a steaming process or through exposure to direct sunlight. And it’s actually rather appropriate that it develops a red hue, as many of its most common benefits may leave some feeling a little blush in the face. But, from increasing aerobic capacity, energy, endurance and stamina to improving sexual functions in both men and women, it’s easy to see why that’s the case. However, this herb’s potential does not end there. It’s also believed to help calm stressful moods; reduce symptoms of the common cold and flu; decrease blood pressure; and reduce cholesterol.
Whether you add it to your morning smoothie, tea or juice, Korean Red Ginseng Powder has health benefits that are sure to get people talking. So, whether you’re looking or an assist in the bedroom or just in your everyday life, this is one herb you’ll want to make room for in the pantry.
A natural antioxidant, Red Korean Ginseng Extract Powder can help prevent the presence of free radicals in the body. This, combined with its extensive list of healthful compounds like polysaccharides, not only improve concentration and enhance cognitive function, they also elevate overall mental performance and decrease the potential for certain brain disorders.
Weight Loss Support
A natural appetite suppressant, Korean Red Ginseng Powder can aid in proper weight loss efforts thanks to its ability to boost metabolism, thus allowing the body to burn stored body fat at a faster rate. The body also benefits from its ability to lower overall blood glucose levels, as well as its anti-inflammatory properties that can alleviate bloating and prevent water retention.
Able to stimulate and elevate the cells that regulate the immune system, Red Korean Ginseng Extract Powder offers natural antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory capabilities. These properties can help fight off infection and disease, enhance resistance to illness, and aid in the prevention of oxidative stress, apoptosis, and angiogenesis. Reports even show Korean Red Ginseng Powder can inhibit the growth of many viruses, such as influenza.
A popular additive in a wide range of healthful applications, Red Korean Ginseng Extract Powder is a natural when it comes to benefiting our bodies. It can help to ease fatigue-like symptoms, improve various conditions of sexual dysfunction, decrease harmful bacteria in the respiratory system, and even fight off the signs of menopause (i.e. hot flashes, mood swings, anxiety, weight gain, night sweats, etc).
The recommended dosage of Red Korean Ginseng Extract Powder is 1 – 2g, taken daily for up to 3 months. It should be noted, however, that the dosage will depend on the sought-out benefit.
- While mostly brewed into tea, it can also be used to add a nutritional boost to soups, stews, and other liquids.
- We recommend blending it into a green smoothie or with your favorite juice mix for an extra special—and delicious—treat.
- For simpler dosing, you can also make your own Korean Red Ginseng Powder capsules by utilizing one of our easy-to-use capsule filling machines.
Perhaps one of the best-known herbs in ancient Chinese medicine, Ginseng Powder requires great skill to cultivate, which is one reason as to why it’s been a highly prized commodity throughout the centuries. In use for more than 7,000 years, it is so revered that wars have been fought over the lands in which it grows. But, despite its popularity in the east, it wasn’t until the 9th century that it finally reached areas of Europe. Even longer still, it didn’t reach the Americas for 9 more centuries. By the early 1800s, it had finally risen to the prominence many believed it deserved and it still one of the most commonly sought medicinal herbs on the planet.
If stored correctly, our Ginseng Powder has a shelf life of up to 2 years. To maintain its freshness, it is recommended to always reseal the bag after opening it and removing as much air from the bag as possible. Store in room temperature, away from any heat source or sunlight.