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Ginseng, Wild American (550 mg)

This adaptogenic, revitalizing, tonic herb helps the body cope with change & stresses. Boosts energy, supports immune system.


Category:     Single Herbs
Parts Used:     Root
Body System:     Glandular System

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Wild American ginseng grows in the northeast U.S. and Canada. In the U.S. it is found from Michigan and Wisconsin, south to northern Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Oklahoma. A heavy concentration lies in the Appalachian mountains, although wild American ginseng is considered endangered.

Ginseng was valued by the native American Indians long before the white men began to popularize it. It gained wide acclaim in the 1700s, when a French Jesuit priest returned to Paris with a sample he had found in southern Canada. Sensing the potential profits from the plant, Jesuits sent missionaries to Canada to find more of it, and for several years the Jesuits shipped tons of American ginseng to China. In 1784 George Washington reported meeting pack horses carrying ginseng. Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett are said to have made large sums of money in ginseng trafficking. American ginseng became a lucrative crop, and not unlike the gold during the gold rush of California, the wild ginseng was almost wiped out along the Eastern seaboard due to overharvesting. Ginseng's botanical name, Panax, is derived from the Greek word "panakos", or "panacea". American ginseng is considered to have more cooling properties than its Asian counterparts. It is only used after the roots are at least four years old. Despite its being very difficult to cultivate, some farmers have succeeded. Eighty percent of U.S. ginseng is grown in Marathon County, Wisconsin. Most American ginseng is exported to Asian countries. Some of it, of course, is purchased by us.


  • Natural stimulation without the hazards of caffeine.
  • Restorative powers, especially useful during convalescence.
  • Relaxant properties to help battle stress.
  • Blood pressure regulation.
  • Promotion of vitality, including sexual functions.

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Today, ginseng is the most widely used of all herbs, and wild American ginseng is the most valued of all varieties. This is the most potent, highest grade of naturally grown American ginseng available.

Wild American Ginseng contains no preservatives or additives. Our ginseng is wildcrafted from its natural environment, to bring you the highest yield of benefits possible.

One capsule with meals twice daily.

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