Ginseng And Diabetes

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Ginseng For Diabetes Control

Ads by Google Ginseng a magical herb trusted for over 5000 years for its ability to promote vigor, nourish the nervous system, enhances hormonal secretion, lower blood sugar & cholesterol, and increases immunity. Ginseng is a slow-growing perennial plant with fleshy roots of the genus Panax family Araliaceae. Ginseng is suitable for cooler climates, found in the Northern Hemisphere, in North America and eastern Asia (Korea, North China, and eastern Siberia). Ginseng is one of the most highly regarded medicinal plants gained the reputation of being able to promote health, general body vigor and prolong life. Ginseng can also be useful to treat diabetes and cholesterol. Ginseng lower sugar level The hypoglycemic activity of ginseng may be due to the enhancement of aerobic glycolysis through stimulation of beta-adrenoceptor and increase of various rate-limiting enzyme activities related to tricarboxylic acid cycle. Initial studies have shown that ginseng increases insulin production and reduces cell death in pancreatic beta cells. Also, ginseng can decrease blood glucose in type II diabetes patients. Ginseng lower heart diseases and strokes risks Ginseng decreases endothelial cell (li Continue reading >>

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  1. lesley from Chelmsford

    had a really bad Dizzy spell this evening the room was spinning,checked my blood it was 6.0 so it wasn't that that caused it I wasn't hungry,has anyone else had this.

  2. Ralph-YK

    Well I don't know that I've been as bad as you. I have had dizziness over this month. A couple of weeks ago doctor said vertigo.
    No idea what my BG is doing.

  3. Andy HB

    I have had dizzy spells ever since early childhood but they could never pin it down to anything.
    They occur in different circumstances for me. If I am subject to sudden pain (slamming a gate on my thumb, for example) or being generally under the weather and having to stand up. Or having to sit in church (ok, that only happened once in my teens!).
    One episode happened immediately after I had just had a little sample of my liver taken. Interestingly, in that case, my heart rate dropped dramatically and my blood pressure fell to something like 48/27 briefly. I know this because I was on a monitor during that process.
    Not sure what this has to do with you beyond my point that perhaps you were just under the weather at the time? I am assuming this is not a regular occurrence for you (dizzy spells, that is).

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