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It seems as though ginseng can work wonders for countless health conditions, and that includes the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Ginseng’s powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can help to counter the effects of this autoimmune disorder and protect the body from its deleterious effects. Ginseng also helps to boost energy levels, which drop dramatically when the body is fighting this disorder. Ginseng can be consumed in the form of a soothing tea or a more powerful and concentrated supplement. Protection Status
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