FAQs on Keva American Ginseng Drops

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American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is a small plant originating from the deciduous forests of North America. It is a true ginseng, being in the Panax genus and containing the full range of bioactive ginsenosides that result in ginseng's unique effect. It is now recognized as one of the world's most remarkable and valued medicinal herbs. It can improve physical and prevent stress and fatigue and help in improving overall health and vitality.
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Keva American Ginseng Drops are made from ginseng that is grown using organic or biodynamic methods. This ensures that there are no chemical residues in our products. They are manufactured under international GMP regulations. It has internationally acclaimed HALAL and KOSHER certified product. We take full control and responsibility for all phases of production - this ensures our products are safe and pure. We market direct to our customers, and place a high value on customer service and satisfaction.
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Ginseng is an adaptogen - which means it can act to normalize body functions. It contains over thirty bioactive substances, and that’s why it can help with many different areas of our body. Ginseng does not improve an already healthy body, but helps to maintain health in the face of illness, stress, and chemical or physical assault. It can therefore help protect us from the negative effects of carcinogens, radiation, and chemicals. It helps guard against infections by strengthening the immune system. It can also help balance disturbances in metabolism, including blood glucose. Its actions on the nervous system are well documented and result in a range of beneficial effects.
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The main active components of American ginseng are a group of over 30 different saponins known as Ginsenosides. An additional bioactive substance is an acidic polysaccharide known as "Ginsan", which has marked immune-stimulating activity.
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American ginseng can help maintain and improve your health. It is widely used to enhance the overall feeling of wellbeing and vitality, and for its preventative and restorative functions. It can help the body cope with stress, boost the immune system, relieve fatigue and help maintain normal brain function. It can also be used to regulate various metabolic disturbances including blood sugar and lipid levels. Ginseng also acts as an antioxidant, scavenging free radicals in the body - this has an anti-aging and anticancer effect. American ginseng's popularity as an aphrodisiac may be associated with its effect on vitality.
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Native Americans used it as an aphrodisiac, and to treat a wide range of ailments associated with the aging process. Other medicinal uses included menstrual problems and fertility, nausea, indigestion, stomach problems, bronchitis, earaches, bleeding, asthma, headaches, and the relief of fevers.
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Stress lies at the heart of many diseases. The overproduction of stress hormones can damage the body, interfere with many body systems and weaken the body's defenses to a range of diseases. American ginseng works to reduce the amount of stress hormones that the body produces. This can help alleviate feelings of stress and reduces the damage to the body caused by excess of these hormones.
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Ginseng can stimulate the immune system by increasing the number of white blood cells and antibodies in the blood. These help protect the body from disease and fight infection.
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American ginseng can help activate the brain and maintain normal learning and memory. Its antioxidant effects can be useful in combating brain aging. Some studies have found that it helps protect nervous tissue when the supply of oxygen is suddenly reduced.
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Mild and moderate blood glucose problems can usually be managed by a combination of diet, exercise and daily natural or pharmaceutical medicines if necessary. However the value of American ginseng is being increasingly recognized. Please remember to consult with your health care professional before changing your blood glucose management regime. American ginseng can help glucose uptake by cells in the body, and may also help stimulate insulin production. Both of these actions reduce blood sugar.
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American Indians traditionally used ginseng for impotency, to invigorate virile powers, and as an aphrodisiac. This may be due to its adaptogenic effect - it enhances vitality and helps bring the body back towards normal.
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American ginseng's main function during menopause is to support the general wellbeing of the woman. It may bring relief to the symptoms of depression and mood swings experienced, but it does not influence hot flushes and other physical changes that occur at this stage of life.
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Ginseng can improve and maintain health in adults of any age. Because of its action, most people over the age of 40 are likely to benefit. If your health is good, the preventative and balancing actions of ginseng against such conditions as heart and circulatory diseases and many others can be helpful, even if you perceive no direct effect. Its capacity to help protect the brain from the aging process is of benefit to everyone. A regular course of American ginseng is particularly recommended for those who are busy and need to cope with stress, wish to boost their immune system, or who are recovering from an illness.
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Pregnant or lactating women should not take American Ginseng Drops. If you feel you are taking medication for any major illness please do consult your doctor.
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Yes, this product can improve your energy levels and makes you fit and active as Ginseng can stimulate physical and mental activity among people who are weak and tired.
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That is based on the Health of the person who is taking it. Generally, Ayurvedic products work on cause of any illness so provide progressive but long-lasting results. But we do recommend taking constant doses of this for 6-12 months.
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It is recommended to take 10 drops of morning and 10 drops of evening half an hour before meal.