Ginseng: The Energy Root

December 20 2016

Jacqueline Rosenhek

We wake up, we eat breakfast, we go to work or school, we work all day, we pay bills, we make our meals, do our chores, see and tend to our friends and family and pets, we manage our homes, we manage our lives every single day. People could surprise you with how much they can conduct with a certain amount of seamlessness in their lives, but one thing no one can escape is feeling exhausted by life as well. Sometimes, it really just doesn’t pay enough to get out of bed in the morning, what we wouldn’t give for just a day to just sleep and not have to deal with life’s responsibilities with no repercussions. Unfortunately, for many, unless you are sick or have an important obligation, this is just not going to happen so easily. It isn’t easy feeling so exhausted by your busy day to day life, just waiting for the weekend so you could finally just relax with minimal responsibility. If only there was a way to get a nice added energy boost throughout your day. Coffee and tea can work but some people are very sensitive to caffeine or just do not have the means to make a cup of coffee or tea while at work. Being in a perpetual state of exhaustion can be more than just a little stressful, finding the physical and mental motivation to continue your daily schedule can be difficult as well sometimes. Ginseng is a perennial plant whose roots have been used for eons in natural medicine. Its uses include but are definitely not limited to:

  • Giving an energy boost
  • Mood balance
  • Libido balance
  • Concentration
  • Boosting the immune system

 

Ginseng is a healthy natural solution for those who are just too exhausted to go about their busy lives without any help. Ginseng has been used for thousands of years and is believed to have originated from Asia. It was primarily used for its rejuvenating capabilities. Today it is used for the same reasons. Ginseng is a good go-to for adults of all ages who need a little boost. It can be ingested in pill form, powder form mixed in a smoothie or use pieces of the root itself to incorporate into a smoothie, tea or drink of some sort. Whatever method you use, it is sure to help you get up and go!

 

 

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