|Ginseng: These processed ginseng roots are as hard as a rock.
To make a tea they have to be ground....(more
Great video resource for Chinese herbs and their uses: Natural Health with Medicinal Herbs and Healing Foods (1 hour)
|This old sausage grinder is just the thing to make powder
from rock hard processed ginseng.
Patents: Allergic reaction
|Whole aerial parts American ginseng. Last wild stand in our area, Wood Lake Boy Scout Reservation.|
|Dwarf ginseng, to right and below (Panax trifolius L.) was used by Native
Americans in same way as its larger cousin: root tea or whole plant tea
to treat: tuberculosis, arthritis, gout, indigestion, hepatitis.
Root was chewed for relieving headaches, fatigue, shortness of breath, stress, nerves, fainting spells.