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How To Use Canadian Ginseng Powder Effectively To Benefit Your Health in Dealing with Diabetes, Common Cold, Fatigue, Immune system, Sexual Function or Skincare.
Ginseng is an adaptogen. It helps bring your body back to its natural balance. It provides protection against stresses of all kinds, either mental or physical. It is so simple to make some recipes that are so good for you. Why not try some ginseng tea instead of coffee in the morning or some ginseng food/snack during the day or make some homemade ginseng skincare and see what a difference it makes in your day.
1. Ginseng tea: 3-6g ginseng/day. 1g to 2g ginseng powder mixed with a cup of hot water. You can add a little honey/jam to have easy taste. Use hot water, not boiling. Boiling water can destroy some of the beneficial chemicals in ginseng. That’s why you bring the water to a boil first and then let it cool down before using. Ginseng tea can not only improve your body, but your mind as well. It is widely used to increase mental power and memory. Many people, students or athletics drink ginseng tea while studying or working hardly.
2. Ginseng food and snack: Ginseng powder can be mixed into flour to make bread, cookies, cracker, candy, chocolate or cereal, mixed with fruit to make smoothies or desserts, added to porridge or soup
3. Ginseng skincare: In skin care, ginseng is prized as an anti-aging ingredient because it has so many phyto-nutrients, and because it helps tone, brightens skin or boosts collagen production. There are many simple ways you can incorporate ginseng into your skincare regime to reduce appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, anti-aging, help counteract dryness, balance oils, brighten skin tone, rejuvenate skin, detoxify, purify, and cleanse away gunk, build-up, and other dirt magnets on your face and body. This post will show you some recipes that you can use to make a homemade skincare from ginseng powder.
a. Ginseng glycerol toner: Mix glycerol with equal amount of water to make a 50% glycerol. Soak Ginseng powder in 50% of glycerol for 10 days to provide a ginseng enriched glycerol. You can then dilute the ginseng glycerol with a flower water at (7 portion of flower with 3 portion of ginseng glycerol) to make a toner. The toner is an effective treatment for ant aging and wrinkle removal purpose.
b. Ginseng scrub: Mix dry ginseng powder into a cleaner lotion. Use the mixture as a ginseng face scrub.
c. Ginseng anti-aging mask: Mix ginseng powder with milk or honey to make a spreadable paste. If the paste is too soft, add a little egg white (if you have oily skin) or egg yolk (if you have dry skin) to increase the stickiness. You can also add some grain flour (such as wheat flour or oat flour) to thicken the paste. Spread the paste over your clean face. Wait until dry. Wash off with warm water and end with a splash of cold water. Pat dry. The mask is very effective in removing wrinkle and firming the skin.