American Ginseng Month 2017

It’s always a great time to take American Ginseng, but the Autumn season is particularly

perfect for it as the environment tends to become more dry and American Ginseng is amazing at nourishing and moisturizing the body, especially the skin, the eyes, and the lungs.

Our immune systems can also become challenged. We might also miss the high energy of the sun that summer brings.

So, if you are looking for a natural solution to these issues, American Ginseng is your go-to solution! Ginseng in general is one of the most widely researched and popular of all the Chinese tonic herbs. Known as the “King of Herbs”, American Ginseng:

  • boosts day-to-day energy
  • supports immune, Lung, and digestive function
  • replenishes vitality
  • generates moisture and fluids at cellular level

This revitalizing root grows primarily in North America and parts of Canada, and has many diverse properties.

Powerful Adaptogen

With so much happening in the world, most of us are on high alert with our nervous systems.
American Ginseng reduces the effects of stress, whether physical or mental, and it energizes
and normalizes the functions of the body. It has a calming action and thus creates a feeling of alert calmness.

Great for Physical Activity

Athletes take American Ginseng while training for heightened strength and stamina.
It supports the muscles to work longer before becoming fatigued.

Notable boost for Mental Performance

Back to school time is perfect for American Ginseng. Students use it while preparing for exams
since it improves memory and helps maintain a high level of mental alertness.
Teachers take it to keep their immune systems strong.

Important for Lungs

If you live in a hot, dry climate or in an area with too much air pollution, or you smoke,
American Ginseng is the perfect tonic herb to cool, moisten, and strengthen your Lungs.

Energizing and Prevents Burnout

Asian Ginseng is warmer and more drying to the body, while American Ginseng helps to
generate fluids. When you are choosing which ginseng you want to try, it is important to keep this in mind.

Cooling ginsengs like American roots are more suitable for people who need energy but don’t
want to get burned out. They are also preferred for women with excess heat (such as after childbirth or during menopause) and for people who live in hot, dry climates. If you have tried Ginseng before and found it to be too warming, American Ginseng would be the ideal choice for you.

Even More Benefits

  • Works to regulate blood sugar
  • Has a positive effect on adrenal glands and kidneys
  • Beneficial for elevating mood

In general, ginseng is best taken in small amounts over an extended period of time.
The effects are cumulative, and when taken on a consistent basis for many months,
or even years, you will notice amazing benefits to your health!

Dr. George Explains…

Click the video below and join Dr. George as he shares some of the highlights about this amazing herb.
If you’re feeling the effects of the season change, this video is for you!


Here’s how to take advantage of this month’s special offer…

Visit www.JingHerbs.com

Add $75 or more worth of any items to your cart

Add a 50g bag of American Ginseng to your cart

At checkout, use code ‘American17‘ and the cost of your powder will be automatically removed.


This special ends on October 31, 2017 and is not combined with any other offer. You must use coupon code in order to receive your free product.


As always, the experts at Jing Herbs are only a phone call (877-679-5464) or an email (info@jingherbs.com) away if you have any questions about the products or how you can incorporate Chinese tonic herbs into your health routine.

And, if you would like to set up a complimentary 15-minute consultation with a Jing Herbs herbalist, click here.


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