Ginseng Whole Roots

$32.00$92.00

100% pure Wisconsin-grown American ginseng in whole root form

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Wisconsin Ginseng Whole Roots are hand selected for quality and consistency. Customers favor whole roots for a variety of reasons, including their versatility and the fact that the original root can be seen in its entirety. Whole roots can be used in beverages like tea by grinding with a spice or coffee grinder, added to recipes by grinding or slicing, or simply consumed by breaking off a piece and chewing or sucking like a candy.

American ginseng from Baumann Wisconsin Ginseng is available in capsules, tea, sliced root and whole root in several sizes and grades, including ginseng gift boxes. For more than 40 years, the Baumann family has been at the forefront of American ginseng farming in central Wisconsin, U.S.A.

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) holds an important place in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Referred to as an adaptogen, a natural substance that helps the body adapt to mental and physical stresses, American ginseng’s cooling and calming properties are highly valued in a fast-paced, overly-stimulated world.

Considered a “cold” medicine in China, American ginseng is used as an immune strengthener for people who are stressed and for other “hot” conditions such as high blood pressure or lung ailments. Western studies have confirmed its measurable effects on a number of ailments, from warding off the common cold, to reducing blood sugar in diabetics, to relieving fatigue in patients undergoing chemotherapy.

Wisconsin-grown American ginseng is perhaps the most highly prized and valuable of all strains of the root. Our four-season climate, rolling terrain and mineral-rich, glaciated soil produce uniquely flavored ginseng packed with ginsenosides, the active ingredient in ginseng. At Baumann Wisconsin Ginseng, we only grow one crop of ginseng on any plot of land to ensure our roots access all the minerals and nutrients our amazing central Wisconsin soils have to offer.

Health Effects

Cardioprotection of ginsenoside Rb1 against ischemia/reperfusion injury is associated with mitochondrial permeability transition pore opening inhibition.
Li YH, Li YY, Fan GW, Yu JH, Duan ZZ, Wang LY, Yu B.

Ischemia-reperfusion injury is associated with critical health problems and therapeutic challenges, from heart failure and stroke to systemic inflammation and stomach problems. Rb1, the most abundant ginsenoside in American ginseng, shows clinical promise in reducing I/R or H/R injury.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26740222

Wisconsin Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) to improve cancer-related fatigue: a randomized, double-blind trial, N07C2.
Barton DL, Liu H, Dakhil SR, Linquist B, Sloan JA, Nichols CR, McGinn TW, Stella PJ, Seeger GR, Sood A, Loprinzi CL.

Promising results in reducing cancer-related fatigue, with minimal side effects, especially in patients actively receiving cancer treatment.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23853057

Therapeutic Potential of Ginsenosides as an Adjuvant Treatment for Diabetes.
Bai L, Gao J, Wei F, Zhao J, Wang D, Wei J.

Paper highlighting the mechanisms underlying the anti-diabetic effects of ginsenosides found in American and other ginsengs.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29765322

Ginsenoside Rb1 rescues anxiety-like responses in a rat model of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Lee B, Sur B, Cho SG, Yeom M, Shim I, Lee H, Hahm DH.

Preliminary study on the effect of Rb1 to reduce anxiety in PTSD individuals.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Ginsenoside+Rb1+rescues+anxiety-like

Ginsenoside Rg1 promotes osteogenic differentiation of rBMSCs and healing of rat tibial fractures through regulation of GR-dependent BMP-2/SMAD signaling.
Gu Y, Zhou J, Wang Q, Fan W, Yin G.

Rg1 promotes osteogenic differentiation and calcification and accelerates fracture healing in rats.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27141994

 

Buying Guide

Small, Medium, Large = width of root
Short, Medium, Long = length of root
Width is listed first, length is listed second
Small – Short would be the smallest roots
Large – Long would be the biggest roots

Slice sizes are based on the width of the root from which it was sliced
Prongs refer to slim root branch pieces
Capsules contain ginseng powder
Tea bags contain ground ginseng root

All of our products contain 100% pure Wisconsin-grown American ginseng

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