Great Aussie grown Ginseng
Most successful ‘Australian’ ginseng growers are boutique in their style.
Benefits of Australian organic grown American Ginseng.
This product is organic grown, 6 to 9 year Panax Quinquefolius – American Ginseng.
Known to improve the immune system, physical endurance, reduce stress, improve metabolism, mental ability and libido. It is said to be an adaptogen, as it’s beneficial effects vary between individuals and adapt to the bodies needs.
American ginseng is cooler in nature to it’s Asian cousin. It gives a feeling of well-being and balance.
Being milder than Korean ginseng, there should be no ill effects when taken continuously.
The taste of American Organic Ginseng
Unique and pleasant aroma, slightly bitter taste.
How much American Organic Ginseng to take..
2 grams of root/ powder per day.
How to take American Ginseng
- Preparing tonics or extracts.
- In cooking.
- Just chew on a piece.
Caution if taking American Organic Ginseng.
Although it is regarded as perfectly safe to take ginseng, you should consult with your physician if you have a serious pre-existing condition, or are on medication. Ginseng can block the effects of certain medications.
Ginseng is not recommended if you are pregnant or breast feeding, or for children under 10yrs.
Half doses are recommended for children 10 to 15 years.
- Worldwide. (Excluding: Africa, Bangladesh.)
- We have removed non signature, non-trackable freight options from our freight service list due to the unreliability of Australia Post and it’s international freight partners. This means that freight costs are higher than we would like to offer you, but it does considerably reduce the chances of your order being ‘lost’ in transit. We have not experienced any missing articles posted by Express Post Platinum or registered post, when using the domestic service, or Express Courier International for parcels sent internationally.
Non signature, non-tackable post services removed 14th May 2013 include:
- Track and Pack International
- Express Post – Standard service Australian domestic freight.
(Gallery photos Kim Burt & Paul Redding)