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For thousands of years, human being has been using plants, herbs and spices to survive and maintain good health.  It is the most natural, sensible and greatly beneficial way of life. In the Asian tradition, the Chinese, Indian and Malays have been using mixtures of herbs in herbal tea, drink, soup and dishes



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Ginseng (panax ginseng)

Other names: schinsent, jintsam, five-fingers, tartar root

Ginseng has long been used as a medicinal herb in Asia . Its names, which translates from Chinese as "man" (gin) "essence" (seng) indicates the esteem in which is it held. While it has gained immense popularity in the West recently, it been used in Britain as far back as the reign of Charles 11, when it was worth three times its weight in silver.

Healing uses:

Ginseng improves the general well being of individuals. Specifically, it is crediting with boosting the appetite, decreasing stress levels, increasing stamina, improving concentration, enhancing physical and mental performance and aiding general healing. To obtain these benefits, a dosage of 1/2-2g of dried ginseng root or 200- of ginseng extract daily is recommended. While the extract is widely available at health stores, it may be necessary to visit a specialist Asian supplies store for the unprocessed root.

Ginseng is recommended to improve the general condition of frail elderly people a milder dose of 0.4-0.8g of root or 150-250mg of extract.

Ginseng tea makes an excellent pick-me-up when one is stressed or depressed. It can be made from scratch by grinding 1 teaspoon of dried root in a coffee grinder (thoroughly cleaned, or kept expressly for this purpose as coffee and ginseng do not mix well). Pour 1 cup of boiling water over the ground root and leave to steep for 15 minutes. Strain and sweeten with honey if necessary. An easier way is to make the tea with ginseng teabags, available from health stores. These are usually less effective, however, as they are often adulterated with other herbs.

Ginseng tea makes an excellent aphrodisiac, too!

Ginseng can also be effective for diabetics and to ease liver problems. For these matters it is recommended that you see a qualified herbalist.

Cautions: Ginseng should never be mixed with caffeine or alcohol, as this can cause headaches and high blood pressure.

A qualified herbalist should be consulted before taking ginseng while using steroids, medication which lowers blood sugar, or some anti-depressants.

Ginseng should be avoided during pregnancy and breast-feeding.

It should also be noted that some commercially available ginseng extracts contain very little active herb. Check the potency before buying.

Growing Ginseng: Ginseng takes 5-6 years to mature, so it is recommended only to the most patient gardeners! It can be grown from seeds, which are sown in autumn with a spacing of 15cm if growing multiple plants. It requires plenty of shade and grows best in a rich, loamy soil. While ginseng is fairly tough, it requires protection from frost in winter and humidity in summer. Once mature, the roots are harvested and allowed to dry slowly, preferably outside.


Ginseng is considered the "King of plants" because it has a unique effect on the body. It has been used for healing in Chinese medicine for over 5000 years. Ginseng is a root that requires 6 years to grow to maturity. The highest quality Ginseng is Korean-Chinese Panax Ginseng.

It is an adaptogenic herb. Adaptogenic herbs support all the major systems: nervous system, hormonal system and immune system. By normalizing our bodily functions, adaptogens help maintain the stable internal environment known as homeostasis. In order for our body parts to work efficiently, the concentrations of water, food substances, and oxygen (as well as the conditions of heat and pressure) must remain within certain very narrow limits.

By helping body parts remain in balance, adaptogens can help us have more energy and greater health. It will, when the body needs it, be calming and help relieve stress, mental fatigue and weakness. It is beneficial to blood pressure (high or low). An antidote to many toxic drugs and chemicals, protects the body against radiation, helps vision, hearing, reduces irritability, and produces strength to the adrenal glands.

Ginseng brings balance of body and mind. It brings harmony to all organs. It stimulates the brain. It increases sexual potency. It aids women during menopause. It is a natural aid in normalizing body weight.

The Advanced Wholistic Centre uses only 100% pure Korean-Chinese Panax Ginseng that we have imported from Korea . We can supply additional information on demonstrated successes in the treatment of various diseases .


  :: vital coffee - suami

This traditional herbal mixture is generally used to enhance male energy.  It is also use to increase metabolism and general health.

Composition :
Tongkat Ali, Ginseng, Ubi Jaga, Lingzi, Black Seed, Ginger and Ginko

Male tonic, Boost energy, Increase blood circulation

Good if you have the following symptoms :
  1. Even after 8 hours sleep, you still do not feel that you had enough sleep.    

  2. Your sexual is not satisfactory.

  3. Always feeling tired.  

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