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Ginseng: A Healers Companion

Ginseng also known as Panax Ginseng is a widely used root in cold climates, in the Northern hemisphere and is known to come from Korea, China and North America. In Latin the word "Panax" means "to cure all". Panax ginseng is an adaptogenic herb. "Adaptogens" is a generic term used to describe drugs that increase the resistance of organisms to a broad spectrum of physical, chemical and biological (stress, disease, fatigue).

The main active ingredient in Ginseng is ginsenosides (saponin). Ginsenosides are also found in the leaves and stems of ginseng trees but the root contains the greatest concentration. About 29 ginsenosides, were found in the ginseng root. Ginseng also contains some steroid compounds, such as panaxtriol, which is very similar to anabolic steroids found naturally in the human body. Siberian ginseng comes from the same family but not the true ginseng, and its active ingredient is eleutherosides.

The more recent discovery in ginseng is the germanium component, which is a powerful detoxification found in organic products. Germanium acts as a powerful blood purifier

"Ginseng has a detrimental effect because the gray matter is expelled (based on accidental experiments). It is best used immediately after taking ginseng to facilitate the eviction of prana used and to facilitate the assimilation of fresh prairie energy".

- Advanced Pranic Healing, Master Choa Kok Sui, Founder of Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga

The name ginseng is the name "Ren Shen" in Chinese and "In Sam" in Korean, which means "human-root", because of its root form resembling human form, complete with body and limb.

Ginseng takes several years to mature, and most of the roots are harvested when the plants are between 3-10 years old. For some unknown reason, the ginseng plant that is being planted begins to decline if left unattended for a long time. However, wild ginseng has been known to reach 100-150 years without any deterioration. It takes at least 6 years for ginseng to mature to extract any medicinal value from it. Plants that are harvested before 6 years, have no healing properties in them, and are therefore ineffective.

Ginseng is naturally white / white when harvested. The drying process determines the color of the final product. In ancient times, red ginseng was dried under the sun giving it a characteristic color. Most red ginseng available today, steamed during processing, gives a similar red color. The process of steaming is what makes Red Panax Ginseng unique and powerful as it focuses and strengthens the healing energy of Ginseng. Traditionally, only red ginseng is used in Asia for healing purposes.

Red ginseng is considered warm (yang) compared to white ginseng (yin / cooler). Red ginseng is considered to have better health benefits and healing power then white ginseng.

Shen Nong's God of Agriculture, credited for the "Herbal Classic," China's earliest medical book, states "ginseng is beneficial for strengthening, stabilizing the nervous system and mind, stopping shock, increasing intelligence, and prolonging life."

In the Compendium of Materia Medica, the celebrated Ming-dynasty herbalist Li Shizhen argues that ginseng is very effective in enhancing the vitality of the human body, making it look young, and saving lives from the brink of death.

Among our organs, according to Chinese herbal medicine, the spleen and stomach belong to the element of the Earth, which is believed to be the root of energy. Ginseng is also a product of the Earth's elements. Therefore, ginseng is believed to affect the stomach (stomach and secondary) and the spleen, thus energizing the whole body, quickly.

"Ginseng is very, very clear compared to other foods and medicines ... Ginseng contains a lot of prana (vital energy) as well as" synthetic ki. "The large increase in" synthetic ki "in the secondary Chakra (in ginseng nutrition), is due to by the activated chakra that produces more "synthetic ki" and also because of the "synthetic ki" contained in the ginseng itself.

(Synthetics that imply synthesis - obtained by combining separate entities / materials into complex ones.)

- Master Choa Kok Sui, Advanced Pranic Healing

Some uses of ginseng can be put down -

Anti-aging, diabetes, anemia, cancer, depression, insomnia, hormone imbalance, menopause, impotence, shock, fatigue, high blood pressure, radiation effects, detoxifying effects of morphine and cocaine use, environmental, physical and mental stress, and illness chronic.

"Red Ginseng is nourishing to five internal organs, it is sweet in taste, it contains no toxicity, it calms and stabilizes, relieves suffering, prevents fear and stops violence, eliminates Qi (pathogenic factors), brightens vision, opens the heart, brightens mind, boost memory, benefit wisdom and long-term administration of Ginseng will ease the body and prolong life. "-Spirit Farmers Almanac, Chinese Medical Text around 4000 BC

"The effect of Ginseng depends on the dose, ginseng supplier, (different suppliers produce ginseng of different brightness or potential), and the subject's body. Effects of one and a half grams of ginseng will last for about 10 to 16 hours, during which time, Therefore, it is best to take one and a half grams of ginseng twice a day to maintain one's health. Shoull patients should take higher doses ... To increase the level of healing energy and improve their healing skills, it is advisable (but not necessary) to take one gram of ginseng before and after healing a large number of patients. It is advantageous for very weak patients, to take one to two grams of ginseng before treatment. "

- Master Choa Kok Sui, Advanced Physician Healing, Chapter: Seed Ideas.

Some unpleasant side effects of ginseng include insomnia, headache, abdominal pain, diarrhea, rotational sensation and vertigo.


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