- Ginseng powder for yogurt, smoothies
- Coffee, tea, milk
Pure Ginseng Powder - Panax Ginseng C.A. Meyer
Pure Ginseng powder belongs to the Araliaceae family, and they say that it has many positive effects on the human body. Its name Panax derives from Panakeia-Panakeia, who is the daughter of the Greek God of Healing Asclepios. The plant is a perennial plant with a height of 60-80 cm, and it grows in shady places. After three years, you can harvest the roots for the first time. It is fleshy, with a straw-yellow color.
Its typical and distinctive bitter taste arrives through the soils where it grows. The most expensive type is the one from the roots cultivated in China.
What is the most valuable pure ginseng powder?
In the world, there are several varieties of Ginseng, and Professor Hara's table classifies them. Today, we can generally say that the most valuable species is the Panax ginseng, C.A. Meyer.
The root is edible, just like carrots or radishes. But, unfortunately, the problematic cultivation, the timing for the first harvests, and the product's sensitivity lead to this spice is the most expensive in the world.
But is this spice a natural Aphrodisiac?
It is said and confirmed by recent American studies of several universities that Ginseng has different healing effects and generally stimulates libido. The ground root is also called the Root of Life and has a vital function on the nervous system. It helps in many cases of bodily and mental fatigue. It facilitates the circulation bleeds and is, therefore, the basis of many supplements and energizers.
Furthermore, It is considered in the popular belief, later confirmed by studies, to be an excellent and natural sexual stimulant. So these ancient popular beliefs anticipated the confirmations of the years.
Frequent use in our latitudes
The most common use is in coffee (1/4 of a coffee spoon is enough) as a stimulant throughout the day.
Ginseng is a rare and extremely expensive root; its use in China is a privilege to the most affluent families.
How to store it
This fine Ginseng powder must be kept in sealed packs and away from moisture sources. Excessive stay in wet environments without adequate cover would lead the product to amalgamate.