How to Use the Root of American Ginseng

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To use the root of American ginseng, find it in many stores in the form of a tea, brew it with a bit of honey, and drink it to boost the immune system and alleviate stress. Consume American ginseng to take advantage of its antioxidant properties with health advice from a professional wellness consultant in this free video on natural remedies.

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Hi everyone, my name is Isabelle. I am a wellness consultant in the Tampa Bay area and today we're going to learn how to use the root of American Ginseng. You can actually in some markets find it, find the root just raw by itself. But for the convenience of most of us, we actually can find it readily available in the form of tea. And today, what I did is I brewed a little bit of it with a bag in warm water of American Ginseng root here. And it's just about done. And because it has a little bitter taste, what I'm going to do is just add a little bit of honey with it. Now what I personally like to use is raw organic honey and I'm very luck that I can get some here in my area. So I'm going to put some right here and I'm going to remove the bag. I'm going to stir and let the honey dissolve nicely. And the American ginseng root is very very powerful antioxidant. So if you are trying to boost your immune system, that would be a good thing to use. Also it has calming properties. So if you're very stressed out that would be a good tea to drink as well. And it helps fight disease because when your immune system is strong, you know, any disease, germs, new type thing that goes around you, the body will be strong in being able to fight them away. So here we go, the honey has dissolved nicely. And now you have your nice American ginseng root tea that you can enjoy. I hope you learned something new today. And I'll look forward to speaking with you soon, take care.

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