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Does ginseng tea have caffeine?

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No, ginseng tea does not contain caffeine. Ginseng has the ability to increase cognitive and mental performance, which causes many people to confuse it with caffeine. It does have a potential to become a substitute for caffeine, and this is why some energy drink companies choose ginseng over caffeine.

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No they dont which is why it is very well know

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Ginseng benefits

Promote heart health
Intravenous administration of ginseng helps patients with heart failure and improves symptoms of heart failure.

Ginseng strengthens immunity
Ginseng helps to strengthen the body and gain it the ability to cause pathogens, studies have confirmed that it contains antioxidants, which contribute to rid the body of free radicals.

Treating Alzheimer’s and improving mental function
As it was found that eating ginseng root daily for a period of 12 weeks improved the memory and mental performance of Alzheimer’s patients, as it was found that eating ginseng contributed to enhancing mental processes from calculation, thinking, turkey and reactions.

However, it did not work alone to improve memory, as evidence showed that a mixture of ginkgo leaves and ginseng had an effect on enhancing memory in people between the ages of 38 to 66 years.

Protection from lung disease
It was found that taking ginseng contributes to enhancing and improving lung function and reduces symptoms of some lung diseases, especially COPD and asthma.

It also reduces the risk of influenza infection if it was taken for four weeks before taking the vaccine, and continue for a period of 8 weeks later, as it was found that taking ginseng in addition to antibiotics contributes to increasing its effectiveness in killing microbes and pathogens.

Reducing high blood pressure
Some studies have shown evidence that ginseng consumption has contributed to lower blood pressure levels in people with slight high blood pressure.

Cancer prevention
Some studies have found positive effects of using ginseng in treating some types of cancer such as: breast cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer and liver cancer.

Other studies also found that intravenous administration of ginseng helped to stop and slow the growth of cancer cells in the lung.

Some studies conducted in China found that people who had breast cancer and consumed ginseng had a lower risk of death than those who did not.

Reducing blood sugar level
It was found that eating ginseng helped reduce blood sugar levels in people with pre-diabetes symptoms, and several evidence found that diabetics taking ginseng “Panax ginseng” contributed to improving their blood sugar levels, while Korean ginseng did not contribute to this.

Increase strength and stamina
Specifically for athletic people who exercise strenuous exercise and need to work hard and endurance, as well as fatigue that a person feels for various reasons such as work pressure and others.

Very effective sexual tonic
It was found that ginseng helps treat many sexual problems in men, and contributes to increasing their orgasm.

Ginseng increases sexual arousal in women. Studies have found that taking Korean red ginseng powder contributes to treating frigidity in women, improving sexual arousal and relaxation in postmenopausal women, and improving sexual desire in women.

Ginseng also contributes to the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Studies have found that taking oral ginseng contributed to improving sexual function and increasing erection capacity.

Ginseng works to treat premature ejaculation, as it was found that the use of a cream containing ginseng and its application to the penis an hour before sexual intercourse helps delay ejaculation and treat premature ejaculation.

Reducing menopausal symptoms
Some research has indicated that ginseng may contribute to alleviating and reducing some symptoms of menopause and improving the quality of life, by reducing fatigue, depression, hot flashes, and sleep disorders.

Reducing menstrual pain
Ginseng contains soothing and anti-inflammatory substances, which causes many doctors to prescribe ginseng to women who suffer from menstrual pain or menstrual cramps.

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