Discovery of a famous herb that treats nerves and joint pain and reduces blood sugar levels

Al-Marsad Newspaper: The ginseng herb belongs to the world of medicinal herbs and carries distinct therapeutic properties. There are several types of it around the world, and its roots are usually used in the pharmaceutical industry, according to Web Medicine.

What are its benefits?

Ginseng is famous for its uses to improve thinking and increase the ability to focus, and its contribution to the removal of stress and chronic fatigue, and it is recommended by athletes to increase their endurance and physical performance. It was also found that ginseng has a role in enhancing and strengthening immunity, and in combating some causes of infection, such as: bacteria that cause cystic fibrosis in the lung.

The Therapeutic Research Center published many benefits of ginseng, including benefits for the treatment of Alzheimer’s, as it was found in a study that eating its roots daily for 12 weeks improves memory and mental performance for Alzheimer’s patients.

Benefits for mental functions

​​​​​​​​It was found that eating it contributes to enhancing mental processes such as calculation, thinking, and reactions as well, as evidence and some studies show that a mixture of ginkgo leaves and ginseng have an effect on enhancing memory in people between the ages of 38-66 years.

Benefits for lung disease

It was found that eating it contributes to enhancing and improving lung function and reduces symptoms of some lung diseases, especially chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. It also reduces the risk of influenza, as it was found that taking ginseng along with antibiotics contributes to increasing their effectiveness in killing microbes and pathogens.

Benefits for high blood pressure

Some studies have shown evidence that eating it has contributed to slightly lowering blood pressure levels for people with it.

Benefits for cancer Some studies have found positive effects of using it in treating some types of cancer such as: breast cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, and liver cancer.

Other studies also found that taking ginseng intravenously helped stop and slow the growth of cancer cells in the lung. And some studies conducted in China found that people who had breast cancer and took it had a lower risk of death than those who did not take it.

Benefits of Diabetes: A study found that eating it helped reduce blood sugar levels in people with pre-diabetic symptoms.

I also found several evidence that ginseng intake by diabetics contributed to improving their sugar levels. Benefits for heart health Consuming it intravenously helped heart failure patients and improve symptoms of heart failure.

Benefits for relieving menopausal symptoms

Some research has indicated that ginseng may contribute to relieving and reducing some menopausal symptoms and improving the quality of life, by reducing fatigue, depression, hot flashes, and sleep disorders.

its uses

Ginseng has uses, including the following: treatment of vomiting and stomach infections. Treating anemia, fibromyalgia, and bleeding disorders. Treatment of anorexia, insomnia, and sleep disorders. Joint pain treatment. Treatment of dizziness, convulsions, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Treatment of pregnancy and childbirth disorders. Treating nerve pain. Treating fever and headache caused by drinking alcohol. Slows down the aging process.


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