American Ginseng

From our list of ailments, see what American Ginseng can be used for:

  • Appetite Lack of
  • Arthritis
  • Bronchitis
  • Constipation
  • Coughs
  • Diabetes
  • Joint Pain
  • Menopause
  • Urinary Tract Problems

Natural Remedies using American Ginseng

Activities (American Ginseng) — Adaptogen (f; FAD); Anticonvulsant (f; DEM); Antipyretic (f; DEM); Aphrodisiac (1; CRC; FAD); Carminative (f; CRC); Cerebrotonic (f; DEM); Demulcent (f; CRC; FAD); Depurative (f; DEM); Diaphoretic (f; DEM); Diuretic (f; CRC); Expectorant (f; DEM); Hypertensive (1; FAD); Hypoglycemic (f; CRC); Panacea (f; CRC); Stimulant (f; CRC); Tonic (f; CRC; FAD); Vermifuge (f; DEM).

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (American Ginseng) — Class 1 (AHP). Not covered exactly in PH2 where, unfortunately, they list American ( P. quinquefolius) and Siberian Ginseng ( Eleutherococcus senticosus) among the trade names for oriental ginseng ( Panax ginseng), rendering the entire PH2 entry suspect.

Appetite Lack of, Arthritis, Bronchitis, Constipation, Coughs, Diabetes, Joint Pain, Menopause, Urinary Tract Problems

The Benefit of using American Ginseng as a natural cure

Indications (American Ginseng) — Aging (f; CRC); Anemia (f; CRC); Anorexia (f; DEM); Arthrosis (f; DEM); Bleeding (f; DEM); Boil (f; DEM); Carbuncle (f; DEM); Childbirth (f; DEM); Cholera (f; DEM); Colic (f; DEM); Convulsion (f; DEM); Debility (f; CRC); Diabetes (f; CRC); Dyspepsia (f; DEM); Dyspnea (f; DEM); Fatigue (f; CRC); Fear (f; DEM); Fever (f; DEM); Gas (f; CRC); Gastrosis (f; CRC); Gonorrhea (f; DEM); Headache (f; DEM); Hepatosis (f; DEM); Hyperglycemia (f; CRC); Impotence (1; CRC; FAD); Infertility (f; DEM); Insomnia (f; CRC); Low Blood Pressure (1; FAD); Nausea (f; DEM); Neurasthenia (f; CRC); Ophthalmia (f; DEM); Otosis (f; DEM); Palsy (f; DEM); Pulmonosis (f; CRC); Respirosis (f; DEM); Swelling (f; DEM); Syncope (f; DEM); Tuberculosis (f; DEM); Tumor (f; CRC); VD (f; DEM); Vertigo (f; DEM); Water Retention (f; CRC); Worm (f; DEM); Wound (f; DEM).