Men are using it to banish pain naturally…
—-Important Message About Inflammation—-
Here’s how inflammation is to blame for virtually all disease…
For many years, doctors thought inflammation was caused by health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, even erectile dysfunction…
But now it’s clear that inflammation is the CAUSE of all of these diseases.
And you know what makes inflammation worse? All the Big Pharma medications that are prescribed to treat these diseases.
For instance, treatments for diabetes just make diabetes symptoms WORSE. Because they don’t fix the inflammation.
Widespread inflammation makes the cells resistant to insulin, and this is what causes diabetes.
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Because when inflammation is gone, so is 99% of all disease.
This 2,000 year old plant works better than a steroid
Ginseng is an herbal remedy made from the root of the Panax plant.
The Greek name for ginseng, Panax, roughly translates to “all-healing” in English – suggesting a very fundamental effect from ginseng.
Ginseng has been used in Asia for over 2,000 years to help people recover from chronic illness.
In recent years, scientists discovered steroid-like substances in ginseng extract.
One study shows that these ginseng extracts can lower blood sugar, increase endurance, and lower inflammation.
And this might explain why the plant has a reputation as a cure-all…
These researchers conducted human experiments at the Department of Sports Sciences, University of Taipei in Taiwan. They published their results in the journal PLOS One.
The scientists extracted one of the steroid-like compounds in ginseng – it’s called Rg1.
And they designed the study to see the effect of Rg1 on inflammation and endurance.
“The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of Rg1 on inflammatory markers and endurance exercise performance.”
The scientists performed a randomized, placebo-controlled trial.
They gave the participants either 5 mg of Rg1 or an inactive placebo…
And because of the type of study, neither the participants nor the scientists knew who was getting what.
The exercise part of the experiment involved cycling on a static exercise bicycle.
“Men were randomized into two groups and received [a] capsule containing either Rg1 or placebo one night and one hour before exercise.”
The researchers took muscle samples (via biopsy) and blood samples from the participants – before and after both experiments.
They found that the ginseng supplement Rg1 accelerated the uptake of blood sugar.
Blood sugar levels normalized more quickly after a high-carbohydrate meal when the men had taken Rg1.
“Rg1 supplementation enhanced post-exercise glycogen replenishment.”
The ginseng supplement increased the flow of sugar from the blood into the cells – ready for use.
This may be helpful for prediabetes or diabetes where blood sugar becomes elevated.
Muscle samples showed that Rg1 blunted the increase in inflammation caused by endurance exercise.
“Rg1 reversed the increase of inflammatory proteins in the leg muscles after the exercise challenge.”
Rg1 supplementation also increased endurance.
Men taking Rg1 were able to cycle 20% longer without getting exhausted.
“Cycling time to exhaustion at 80% VO2max increased by 20%.”
The study confirmed that ginseng can have a huge effect on physical performance…
And it confirmed that ginseng protects the body against inflammatory damage from physical stress.
“Rg1 can improve performance and lower inflammation under exercise challenge.”
The study used 5 mg of Rg1 the night before and another 5 mg one hour before the exercise experiments.
According to studies, dried ginseng is about 2% Rg1 by weight.
So 250 mg of ginseng contains the same amount of Rg1 (5 mg) used in this study…
Though it’s unclear if the traditional tea would extract as much as that.
The supplement they used was made using chemical extraction of Rg1.
In addition, different varieties of ginseng contain different amounts of Rg1.
The area in which ginseng is grown and the season in which it harvested can affect Rg1 content too.
“One major limitation in ginseng research is [ginseng’s] inconsistent Rg1 profile due to differences in variant type, harvesting season, and cultivated soil.”
Animal experiments have shown similar performance boosts from Rg1.
“One animal study showed that 4 days of ginseng supplementation including Rg1 can significantly increase endurance performance.”
Other animal experiments using ginseng supplements with the Rg1 removed did not provide the same beneficial effect.
“Ginseng saponin devoid of Rg1 failed to demonstrate this positive effect.”
This is why the scientists chose to use a refined Rg1 supplement for their human experiments.
The supplement provided a 20% performance increase…
And that should stir interest in ginseng and Rg1.
“These untrained participants were able to undertake approximately 20% additional work on a cycle ergometer compared with placebo trial.”
There are already supplements on the market that contain Rg1 and other ginseng-based extracts.
You should always consult a healthcare professional about treating and diagnosing health problems.
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- Improved Inflammatory Balance of Human Skeletal Muscle during Exercise after Supplementations of the Ginseng-Based Steroid Rg1 http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0116387
- Preparation of Ginseng Extract with Enhanced Levels of Ginsenosides Rg1 and Rb1 Using High Hydrostatic Pressure and Polysaccharide Hydrolases https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5407106/
- Extraction-Dependent Effects of American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) on Human Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation and Estrogen Receptor Activation http://www.siumed.edu/~lmurphy/pdfs/236.pdf