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…to take American Ginseng Root because it may boost the risk of mania. Pregnant or breastfeeding women and those with a history of cancer should also not take American ginseng. If you will undergo any surgery, stop taking American Ginseng Root at least seven days before the procedure and probably even after because American ginseng is a blood thinner. [http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/american-ginseng American Ginseng (Panax…

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…before it is exported. (White Panax ginseng is steamed and dried.) The Chinese value ginseng root because it replenishes qi, or vital energy. Its significance in other cultures includes enhanced mental concentration, increased stamina, heightened endurance and improved sexual performance. For over 5000 years, the Chinese have held ginseng root in high esteem. Ancient Chinese and Native American healers considered it the most appreciated…

The Maca is an herbaceous plant that is native to Peru and Bolivia. It is also known as maca-maca, maino, ayak willku, ayak chichira. It is also called Peruvian ginseng and Pepperweed. The Maca root is the most commonly used part of the plant for herbal medication. This taproot may look like an inverted pear and may also be available in varied shapes. The Maca root grows and is cultivated much like a radish and a turnip. The roots are cream…

Suma root (Pfaffia paniculata) can also be called Brazilian [[Ginseng]]. Suma is a rambling vine that is native throughout South America; it has a native name which is ‘para tudo’ which translates in English to mean “for all”. This name is due to the many therapeutic properties that this vine has. The Suma root is just one of the parts of the Suma vine used in different herbal medicines but it is also the most potent part of this plant. Although…

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