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LATIN NAME: Panax Quinquefolius.
CHINESE NAME: Xi Yang Shen.
Panax Quinquefolius grows in the mountains in the northeast of America and Canada. It has a small rounded shape. It is grown for commercial purposes, therefore wild-growing roots are highly valued and are more expensive. Panax Quinquefolius is the only species of ginseng, which has cooling properties.
Panax Quinquefolius is contraindicated when having individual intolerance to the plant components, predisposition to allergies. This plant must be avoided during pregnancy and lactation.
TEA RECIPE WITH AMERICAN GINSENG:
Pour 8 ounces of boiling water over 6-8 thin slices of American Ginseng root. Steep for 5 minutes and strain. You may also add some honey to taste.
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