Ginseng tincture: toning!
- On what does ginseng tincture make?
- How to make a tincture of ginseng?
- Are there any contraindications?
Ginseng has long been considered as “oriental” plant, which is mainly used in Asian traditional medicine, but over time it was “appreciated” by us. One of the best tonics and stimulants is a tincture of ginseng, which is especially useful for improving efficiency, improve the body’s resistance during the cold season and its toning during rehabilitation after diseases. However, the use of ginseng tincture is not limited thereto.
Alcohol tincture of ginseng root is usually sold in pharmacies – transparent or slightly whitish liquid, which not only has a tonic effect, but also is used in a variety of disorders of the nervous system, and is also part of the complex therapy of disturbances in the sexual sphere.
Get a tincture by mixing 100 g of ground ginseng root and 1 liter of 70% alcohol, although it can be found tincture of different levels of the fortress. In any case, the method of preparation is very simple, so you can prepare a tincture of ginseng and yourself, if available there is a root of the plant. On the other hand, the pharmaceutical preparation may also contain useful and essential fatty oils, carbohydrates, and various vitamins, which will not be able to receive at home.
On what does ginseng tincture make?
The effectiveness of the drug is related to its ability to provide a stimulating effect on the central nervous system by increasing reflex activity, and processes in the brain structures, resulting in increased efficiency, and the person feels a burst of energy at the mental or physical exertion. Moreover, the drug has a metabolic, and even tonic antiemetic action.
In general, ginseng tincture is recommended when:
- fatigue and chronic fatigue,
- diseases that have caused the depletion of the body, and infectious diseases,
- weakening of sexual function, having a neurotic origin,
- neurasthenia and neuroses,
- various stresses.
The drug is actively helps with all the negative conditions of the organism, which are caused by stress and adverse living conditions (including the hard work, failures, and even just a bad environment). At the same time we should not think that alcohol tincture of ginseng root only acts as a stimulant artificially saturating the body with energy, which quickly disappears, replacing the excited state of a depressed. The drug acts gently and not a temporary measure, and its regular use helps to improve the condition and make it stable improvement.
How to make a tincture of ginseng?
True to the dosage of the drug is always shown in its statement, but it is better if before taking you discuss this with your doctor. In general, ginseng tincture taken orally, and it is recommended to use only in adults and children older than 11-12 years. Usual dosage: 15-25 drops three times a day for half an hour before meals.
It is also believed that the drug is better absorbed in the afternoon, so the number of methods can be reduced to two, and drink brandy at lunch and in the evening, but this is only if you do not have sleep disorders. Otherwise it is better to move the reception in the morning. The course of treatment usually lasts up to 40 days, and the second course is to appoint a doctor.
Are there any contraindications?
If you are going to make a tincture of ginseng, do not forget about contraindications of the drug. These include:
- increased blood pressure (in this case, too strong stimulation of the nervous system is simply disastrous)
- increased excitability of the human,
- convulsive conditions,
- severe sleep disorders,
- acute viral disease,
- chronic liver disease.
Also, the tincture of ginseng is contraindicated in pregnant and lactating women.
If these contraindications are not taken into account, tincture of ginseng can cause insomnia, not only, but also heart palpitations, tachycardia and headaches. A personal overdose or hypersensitivity to the drug may lead to the development of severe allergies, as well as the emergence of itching skin rash.